Vga 2 Rca
How effective would this be:
to convert vga to rca?
would it degrade the picture quality a bunch? I want to use it so i can send a composite video single to this:
I haven't decided yet. but for such a small viewing area, do you think things will be clear?
Should be reasonably fine. VGA is way WAY higher quality than RCA, so you're converting in the right direction.
Re: Vga 2 Rca
Wow, those are nice prices on those screen, revil. Have you bought from these guys before?
And good find on the VGA -> RCA. I was looking for exactly the same thing.
Lieutenant Junior Grade
i don't know what that would be used for but im almost positive you need something more complex then just a cable adapter to convert vga singals to ntsc.
i mean think about it, video cards with tv out have chips onboard to convert the singal so why would you be able to just use a cord?
plus i was reading the lcd faq from hocp and widefault (a guy that does all these sweet lcd mods) says you need a vga to ntsc converter which cost around $100 usually.