does the monitor have. If it has a DVI connector, then you can use an HDMI to DVI cable. HDMI carries video and audio. DVI carries only video. If the monitor has no digital input you're probably SOL.
In the very near future, when all the PS3 buzz settles down, I would like to purchase the PS3 unit along with the Gran Turismo HD (as I've invested in steering wheel/pedal hardware in the past). And to certainly take advantage of the "high definition" output of the PS3 and GT HD, I would need a 1080i display.
But I don't want to invest a couple of grand in a large 40 or 50-inch family room LCD/Plasma display, but instead would like to upgrade my current ViewSonic 17" CRT monitor and get myself a either a standard or a widescreen LCD computer screen.
If that's the case, would I be able to take the HD (HDMI?) output of the PS3 and display it on the computer LCD screen? Would there be a conversion with cables/adaptors that I'd have to use?
The PS3 is already a big investment itself, so I'd like to balance it out with a LCD display that would be used for my regular computer games, internet surfing, digital image editing, etc.
Appreciate anyone's feedback!