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Old 04 October 2014, 16:04   #19
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Originally Posted by Kola View Post
Guessing its a phono cable and not a Composite.
That shouldn't matter. You should be able to use audio component cables for this. Do you have a TV with composite input? If that doesn't work either, there's a problem, and if it does work, then maybe there's a problem with your monitor. Have you tried the monitor's menu to see if there's a setting for composite video? Anyway, this should just work.
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