This I did not know!
Since my TV connections are red/white/yellow I just assumed the blue/green/red couldn't be used.
I also read everywhere that that cable would only transmit video and you still needed red/white to transmit audio. Bull crap as that one cable does both video and audio for me.
See, that's what I thought the AV output was for.
To use with an RCA cable or something similar. Normally I should just be able to connect it that way, but that just gives me a static sound and no picture
Also, any thoughts on why the AV output isn't working?
I tested it with my other Android box, and it's not doing anything there either. Would that just be a cable issue?
Or am I misunderstanding what the AV output does? I thought it would just work with an RCA cable, like I connect my Xbox
Nothing seems to be working. Any other tips?
Whenever I lower the resolution to 576p, the moment I connect it to my TV it automatically changes it back to 720p even though the auto detection is off.
Usually I get the startup screen, but it's only on half my screen. And then when I try to move...
Thanks for the reply!
I think I'll have to play around with that a bit tomorrow.
I had already switched off the auto detection and changed it to 720 resolution, but there's a few different Hz on the Android box and I don't know which one to use. The 60Hz doesn't work, that's the one I have the...
So I recently bought a second Android box for the TV in my bedroom, completely forgetting about the fact that the TV is old and doesn't have an HDMI input!
I didn't think it would be a problem, since I've connected my Apple TV to it in the past with an HDMI adapter and separate audio...