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HOW TO CONNECT YOUR TV TO PC VIA HDMI

INTRODUCTION:

At times the need to watch an interesting movie you previously viewed on your laptop, on the television set arises. Watching that particular movie on your TV set may be required because you want other people to watch the movie with you as well, however on a much bigger screen.

When this happens, it becomes important to sought out ways in which the Personal Computer can be linked to the Television set.

One of the ways through which your aim of watching the movie on a much bigger screen can be achieved is via the use of a certain feature known as High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI).

OBJECTIVE:

Hence, this article was written with the intent of educating the public on how to link their PCs to their TVs via HDMI.

WHAT IS HDMI?

High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) is a compact audio/video interface for transmitting uncompressed digital data.

REQUIREMENTS FOR LINKING TV AND PC VIA HDMI:

When connecting your TV to your PC via HDMI you’ll mainly need:

1. An advanced TV set

Advanced Television set

2. A good PC

Laptop with HDMI port

3. Working HDMI cable

HDMI cable

4. Remote control

5. Electricity source

 

TIPS ON HOW TO LINK TV AND PC VIA HDMI:

A. Connecting the TV to the PC

1. Link one end of the HDMI cable to the PC.

The HDMI port is generally behind the CPU in the event that you have a personal computer, or on a console on a PC.

Some PCs may utilize an ordinary HDMI port, while others will utilize a HDMI mini or MiniDisplay port.

For the mini version of HDMI and MiniDisplay links, one end of the cable ought to be a HDMI mini or MiniDisplay cable which you can plug into your PC, and the opposite end ought to be a normal measured HDMI link.

Not all Personal Computers have an HDMI port. Some more developed PC may utilize a VGA or DVI link. You can connect these to the HDMI port of a TV utilizing a connector and a different sound link. On the off chance that you are utilizing a PC that doesn’t have an HDMI or other video-out port, you can buy a USB-to-HDMI connector. You may have to introduce extra programming on your PC.

2. Link the opposite end of the cable to the TV.

Track down a free HDMI port on your TV and connect the opposite end of the link to it. The ports are generally numbered and named with “HDMI“.

Make a note of which HDMI port you are associating with.

Ensure you buy a HDMI link that is the correct length expected to link from your PC to your TV. Measure the distance if necessary.

3. Utilize the TV remote to choose the HDMI source on the TV.

Search for a button on the TV or remote control that reads “Source”, or “Input” or something comparable. Utilize this button to choose the HDMI port you linked your PC to.

Subsequent to linking the PC and TV together, here and there the TV will naturally show what’s on your PC screen. On the off chance that it is blank, use step 2 to distinguish your TV in Windows 10.

Use the number names on the HDMI ports to help you discover which HDMI source your PC is linked with.

B. Recognizing Your TV in Windows

1. Click the “Start” menu on your PC.

This is typically found in the lower left corner of the screen. It has a symbol with the Windows logo. This shows the Start menu.

2. Click the “Settings” symbol.

The symbol takes after a gear. It’s on the left side of the Start menu.

3. Click “System”.

It’s the first option in the Windows Settings menu. It’s close to a symbol that looks like a PC.

4. Click “Display”.

It’s the primary option in the sidebar menu to one side. This shows your Display settings.

5. Navigate down and click “Detect”.

It’s at the lower part of the Display Settings menu. Windows will distinguish any associated shows.

Change the image or video resolution on a case by case basis so it looks great on your TV. On the off chance that you have a HDTV, select 1920 x 1080 in the “Resolution” drop-down menu. In the event that you have a 4K TV, select up to 3840 x 2160 or highest possible resolution in the “Resolution” drop-down menu.

CONCLUSION:

At this point, transmitting that movie or song to your TV for better visual or audio coverage with the use of HDMI shouldn’t be a problem for you anymore. Enjoy!

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