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As always happens when using adapters or converters, they may or may not work, depending specially on the quality of the converter being used. So, you would need to test this configuration to see if this would work.
For more information on this, you can refer to this article:
Ok...Thanks for the reply....I'am gonna test this maybe next week and will get back to you. In the mean time.....the DG45ID motherboard manual says, and I quote "DDC2B compliant interface with Advanced Digital Display 2 card or Media Expansion Card (ADD2/MEC), support for TV-out/TV-in and DVI digital display connections".....So does that mean, I don't need a converter??? I can just use a HDMI-to-RCA cable or DVI-to-RCA cable right (since it says it supports TV-out)...am I right here??? Or do I still need a converter?
PS: thanks for the prompt and fast reply!
TV-out will be supported on the interfaces that the motherboard has such as HDMI or DVI-I ports. The information on the technical product specification (TPS) of the motherboard does not imply that this can be converter to RCA.
Then, an active converter would be required, still this is not guaranteed to work.