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    Is there a converter that will allow me to log in to a wifi router and get youtube etc on my old CRT television? It has RCA red, white, yellow connectors.

    What would I search for on Amazon or Google or Alibaba?

    Thanks for any responses,

    wake

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  2. first thing comes on my mind is an ANDROID BOX.. but most of these have a HDMI outputRCA is too old.. I i bet the resolution of your tv is too low
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  3. You need an VGA to composite converter. The cheap ones (US$20) are pretty crappy. Even with the best ones you won't be able to read normal desktop text.

    https://forum.videohelp.com/threads/283861-VGA-to-S-video#post1756748
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    I'm not sure what you want to do. Browsing the web on an old CRT TV would be a terrible experience because, as jagabo noted, you could not read the text on web pages.

    If you just want to watch YouTube videos via WiFi using an old CRT TV, maybe a Roku Express+ would allow someone to do that via Roku's YouTube Channel, assuming you can read the text and the wireless connection and Internet connection are good enough. https://www.roku.com/products/roku-express-plus
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    Thanks everybody! I understand now.

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