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Bazzah
post Feb 24 2007, 03:33 PM
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In case any of you are looking to buy a new TV, or new laptop to use together, you may like to know that Samsung and Sony are not compatible. I have never been able to get my Vaio laptop to work on my Samsung TV, and have just been informed by Samsung that they are not compatible.


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Are you just talking about sending an s-video (or any video) signal to the TV from your laptop? I can't fathom how that could be incompatible.
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No, I am talking about using the 'pc input' on the TV. Basically, using the TV as a monitor, using a monitor cable. Sure, you can still wire it up different ways, but it's a bitch not being able to use the monitor input.


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Oh, gotcha. Yeah, one would think that would be a standardized type of thing.
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Yup - well, Samsung aare blaming Sony, but I bet if I contacted Sony, they would tell me it was Samsung.


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Rather ridiculous given they're sleeping together with regard to blu-ray.
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Just thinking out loud here, but the circuits themselves must be compatible but maybe the pin configurations on the plug sockets are the only real difference that are making them incompatible. If you could obtain the schematic of both units plug sockets you may be able to have a custom cable made that would make them compatible. Speak with someone who's opinion you respect at your local computer repair shop and see it this theory has merit.


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