Your video output device must support both analog and digital signal conversion and output function. Please consult your video output device's user manual for more information. Cable might not work by just connecting PC with TV.
justanotherguy wrote:I have a 24 " 1920x1080 monitor that I want to connect to. It is a bit older, so it does not have HDMI in.
(The Roku works fine using composite video to the same monitor, but only SD of course)
I bought an HDMI cable to component cable... and connected to Roku/Monitor, but it doesn't seem to work---it seems no output signal?
Do I have a bad cable? or does this have to do something with going from hdmi to component?
Any help is appreciated thanks.
idrmrsr wrote:Does it have a DVI plug? Looks kinda like a VGA but rectangular. There are adapters for HDMI to DVI. Cheapest thing to do would be to replace that old monitor! Prices are really down these days. Replace it with a 32" LCD TV for about $230 lately!
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