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  1. bukzin

    bukzin New Member

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    Is there a workaround to use the Revue with a TV which does not have HD (no HDMI input) ?


    Thanks!
     
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    eferz Well-Known Member

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    Yes, you'll need to use a HDMI to Component Converter, like the HDfury.
     
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    Thanks

    With the cost of HD TV's coming down so much replacing the old TV with a new one looks like about the same money
    (am I missing something here?)

    What other advantages would the HDFury provide in this situation?
     
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    eferz Well-Known Member

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    No, you're not missing anything. That's exactly the point of the ideals regarding Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). In most situations it is more cost effective to purchase new technology to replace obsolete hardware rather than trying to sustain or extend the life of older technology.

    Nothing other than the ability to support legacy television devices. Which is the answer to your original question.

     

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