How To Connect Laptop To T.V (LED)
Connecting your laptop to LED T.V is very easy process. It can be done by wired or wireless way. Connecting your Laptop to T.V can help you in working in larger screen. Also if your laptop’s screen is broken you can use this method to project your laptop to your home’s T.V. But for that your LED T.V must have HDMI or VGA support. These ports helps in projecting your laptop’s screen to any external display easily.
We here will discuss about aired method of projecting your laptop’s screen to external display.
What is HDMI or VGA Cable? :-
This is a cable designed to handle 1080p and 4K resolutions. It is required to have a bandwidth of at least 10.2 Gbps, which is enough to process all but one of the features in HDMI at the same time, including 3D, 48-bit Deep Color, Audio Return Channel, and any type HDMI supported audio signal.
A Video Graphics Array (VGA) connector is a three-row 15-pin DE-15 connector. The 15-pin VGA connector is found on many video cards, computer monitors, and high definition television sets. On laptop computers or other small devices, a mini-VGA port is sometimes used in place of the full-sized VGA connector.
How You Can Use One Of These Cables To Project Your Laptop’s Screen To External Screen or LED T.V:-
First of all you need to purchase an HDMI or VGA cable. We recommend you to purchase an HDMI cable because it’s capacity of transferring video and audio signals is very high. A HDMI cable looks like image given below :-
Step 2 :-
Now you need to find HDMI port in your laptop and your external display/LED. HDMI port will look like image given below :-
Step 3 :-
Now you need to select HDMI as input in your LED’s/External display’s settings. Your laptop’s display will be projected to external display now automatically.
You can change settings by opening your Control Panel and then “Screen Resolution”. You can select whether you wants to duplicate these displays or only wants to display screen on external display etc.
Which One Should You Buy? HDMI or VGA Cable :-
First all have check whether your external display supports HDMI or VGA. Most of External displays these days have both of the input option.
VGA is an analog signal, DVI and HDMI are both digital signals. There is no difference in image quality between DVI and HDMI. VGA’s quality depends on the quality of the cable that you are using.
In our opinion, HDMI is the cable and connector to stick with. It’s the default connector on most devices and screens, compatible with HD content including HDCP protected Blu-ray, and can carry video, audio, and more all on one cable. One cable and you’re done. For now, it’s the cable and connector we recommend you standardize on.
Now, if you already have equipment using DVI, VGA, or other cables, and it works fine for you, don’t feel like you need to rush out and change it, because you don’t. You might get better quality from using digital cables if your devices support it, but unless you have a very large monitor or TV it can be hard to tell the difference. Technology companies thrive on making people feel like they constantly have to upgrade, but often if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it is a good policy to follow.
Using above steps you will be able to Connect Laptop To T.V (LED)
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