A VGA, or D-sub video connector, is a handy connection found on the majority of Sony Bravia HDTVs. This is the same sort of connector that is found on the majority of computer graphics cards. If your business computer has an extra VGA/D-sub connector, you may link them using a VGA/D-sub cable and, if required, a 3.5 millimeter audio wire. Once connected, the Sony Bravia HDTV will serve as a monitor and, if an audio connection is connected, as external speakers.
- Your computer should be turned off and positioned so that you can access the rear ports. Place the VGA/D-sub cable’s other end into the connection, then use your fingers to snugly tighten the screws that are attached. If desired, attach a 3.5 millimeter audio cable to the green audio-out connector on your computer.
- As you connect the other end of the VGA/D-sub cable to the back VGA/D-sub connector on your Bravia HDTV, turn it down. With your fingers, tighten the screws until they are snug. The audio-in port on your HDTV is located right below the VGA/D-sub connection, if necessary. Attach the other end of the 3.5 millimeter audio cable to this port.
- Turn on your PC and Bravia HDTV Change the input mode on your HDTV to “VGA/D-sub” to display the video stream from your PC. Select “Screen resolution” from the context menu when you right-click on the desktop of your computer to change the screen resolution and primary/secondary monitor settings.