I've got the job of setting up an LCD or plasma screen in a doctor's waiting room.
The screen will be connected to a PC to display educational videos, custom Powerpoint/Flash presentations, play DVDs etc all coming from a PC with some kind of TV-out connection.
My question is *what* kind of TV-out connection? The LCD/plasma screen will be 10-12 metres from the PC and the cables need to be laid below the floor this week. What kind of cable can I run that will not pick up interference along the way? I've not bought the TV yet (it will be coming from www.johnlewis.com
- we are in the UK), nor have I bought any kind of card for the PC with TV-out yet so I'm completely in your hands.
For sound I presume there's no choice - 3.5mm jack from the soundcard to the red/white "phono" connectors at the TV end. For the video? Can a PC have a SCART socket? Can a SCART lead be that long? The yellow 'photo' cable, S-video, co-axial aerial cable? Help!