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    Default Red, Yellow, While, composite cable question

    Is there a composite cable (the one with the red, yellow, white) ends that I can plug into my laptop and run into my tv so I can play emulators on my tv?

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    You just need to find a PCMCIA (PC Card) tv-out card. There are a few on the market. Use google and you should find some hits.

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    Does your laptop support TV-out? If it does, it's most likely s-video, and you'd need a converter, plus a minijack-to-RCA cable for audio.
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    Sweet thanks a lot everyone for the information, I'll check out some stuff on google and hoping by the end of the week I can play my emulators on the TV.

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    you can do this without a special video card if you wanted. i bought a VGA to composite/s-video/componant converter.

    you you could pretty much use any computer on any TV with it. quality may not be as good though as a tv-out video card...i never compaired

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