PC to TV connection

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  1. peridotylayne

    peridotylayne Companion

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    I want to be able to show streaming video on my TV because my computer monitor is just way too small. Has anyone ever done this? I've been googling and I keep getting all these different ways to do it and they are all different. Any help would be greatly appreciated. :thanks:
     
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    I know how to do it through an LCD projector and DVD player. Do you have access to either of those things?
     
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    I have a DVD player, but not an LCD Projector :(
     
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    My school used a TVator to do that easy set up don't know how expensive though.
     
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    We use an AVerkey to do that - I think they're around $100. While I use one that is directly hooked up to my computer another teacher in my school has a wireless one as her computer is a distance from the TV.There's also a neat feature that allows the user to freeze the screen - particularly useful for having instructions/ DOL/ etc. on the screen while I am taking attendance.
     

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