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post #1 of 2 Old 11-29-2010, 05:06 PM - Thread Starter
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I think similar questions have been asked, but not recently and there is a lot of new equipment out there that claims to do this. I want a device(s) to transmit video and audio from a VGA port on my wife's Laptop PC to our HD plasma TV, but preferably going through our Pioneer Receiver.

I find a lot of devices out there that claim to do that, but the reviews on a lot of them is not good.

I don't have to have a HD picture, but want the video to be decent.

Can someone recommend such a device(s) that you have used and had good results with.

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I've been using this vga to hdmi converter which has a fixed output of 720p. It accepts an audio signal from my laptop's headphone output jack which is then integrated with the video signal and output via HDMI which connects to my Onkyo AVR, then output to my HDTV's HDMI input for video. This works well and the PQ is much better than the S-video connection I was using prior to getting the converter...no comparison, actually.

If your AVR doesn't accept HDMI just use a 3.5mm to RCA converter for the audio signal from the laptop's headphone jack to the AVR and run the HDMI out of the converter directly to your TV.

Oh, just realized you're looking to do this wirelessly....sorry.

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