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post #1 of 2 Old 01-05-2006, 10:58 PM - Thread Starter
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I would like to use an RF modulator to connect my PC to my TV in order to watch DVDs and video files. Will the quality be Standard TV, cable or DVD? I am concerned that the picture will be fuzzy. Thks in advance.
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Pretty old TV you got there... *nudge*

RF Modulators, for the most part, suck. Because they output the signal over Coax on ch. RF3 or RF4, the best you can hope for is CATV quality - but don't count on it. If you must go the RF modulator route, then you should definately spend the extra $8.97 it costs to get a stereo RF Modulator versus a monoral RF modulator.

You'd get much better results if you go from the video out, via either the composite/RCA jack or the S-Video out of your computers video capture card/video card directly to an aux input of your TV.

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