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Connecting a computer to a Plasma in another room w/audio?

Hey guys. I am going to make a computer in a few months and I would like to connect my computer to a plasma tv in the living room. I measured the distance and it's roughly 35-40 feet or so maybe? Not extremely far. I was wondering how I could do this with AUDIO as well and is there any cheap way I could do it?

The video card I'm getting is:

It comes with a bunch of converter things. Dunno if any of those would help. I know my plasma supports HDMI and probably some other formats or whatever.

Thanks for your time Happy

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We now know partially what you got, but...

we don't know what you want to accomplish. "bunch of converter things"..tell us more.

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How do you NOT know what I want to accomplish. I clearly said that I want to connect my video card from my computer to my plasma screen in the other room.. Does that make sense or do I need to translate it into another language?

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(NT) I got to change my handle one of these day, hehe.
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Dude stop posting if you're gonna say useless ****.

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Try again. Such language only results in locked posts.

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