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The 15-pin sub-D cable is your standard computer monitor cable, also known as a VGA cable.
That's probably the easiest way to hook your television up to your computer. On the back, there is also an audio in 3.5mm to 3.5mm (from laptop output to televison input) next to the VGA input on the television.
Most laptops have a Function Key combination to send the video signal out to the external monitor (in your case, television). Once you have the VGA hooked up to both the television and the computer, and both are turned on, press the FN+F8 combination (Dell's output signal toggle), and your picture should appear on the screen if it's set at a supported resolution.
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Hello everyone. I think the title says it all, but I'm loking to connect my laptop to my TV, mostly for watching video. I went out and bought an S-Video cable, before realizing that S-Video means No-Audio! So, I'd really appreciate suggestions as to what the best way to get Audio and Video output to the TV is. I don't think the laptop has DVI output, just something called a 15-pin Sub-D external monitor connector.
Any advice would be really really helpful. Thanks in Advance!