How to Connect a Toshiba Laptop to a Television
Toshiba laptops are equipped with video and audio ports for connecting to external devices such as a monitor, set of self-powered speakers or a television. The Video Graphics Array (VGA) port on the Toshiba can be modified to connect with a TV by attaching an adapter cable to a standard VGA cord. The S-video socket on the other end of the adapter connects to the TV. An audio adapter and standard stereo cables provide the sound connection.
Things You'll Need
- VGA cable
- VGA to S-video adapter
- Stereo cables
Attach one end of the VGA cable to the 15-hole video port on the edge of the Toshiba and turn the bolt on each side of the plug clockwise.
Connect the plug on the other end to the VGA connector on the adapter cable and tighten the two knobs on the plug.
Orient the S-video plug on the other end of the adapter cable so the four metal pins inside line up with the four holes in the S-video port on the back of the television.
Plug in the small connector on the Y-adapter to the Toshiba's headphone jack, then connect the two plugs on the end of the stereo cable to the jacks on the Y-adapter labeled L and R. The white stereo plug connects to L.
Insert the white and red plugs on the other end of the stereo cable into the matching color audio inputs on the rear of the television.