- Raspberry pi / non-HDMI monitor
I use one of these
to convert HDMI output from my xbox into VGA + phono for an old 32″ samsung LCD panel.Posted 4 years agoandytherocketeerSubscriber
HDMI to DVI makes a lot more sense if the TV/Monitor has DVI. Can get either adapters, or cables that have HDMI one end and DVI at the other. I don’t recall if the RPi does audio over HDMI? If so, then that capability will be lost with a DVI adapter.
HDMI video signals are (afaik) electrically identical to digital lines of DVI.Posted 4 years agojon1973Member
OK, thinking of getting a Raspberry Pi to play around with. I currently have a couple of monitors with a DVI and VGA input, but no HDMI. Has anyone sucessfully connected a Pi though to an older monitor? Looking on line seems to suggest different levels of success when using DVI/HDMI converter cables or cables to take you from the RF out to VGA.Posted 4 years ago
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