If you have an older analog CRT Television that isn’t a smart TV and doesn’t have an HDMI connection, you can still use the Amazon Fire TV device with it. All you need is an adapter to make fire TV work with any older, non-HDMI TV. Use these steps to connect a Fire TV Stick or box to an old analog CRT TV.
Detailed step-by-step instructions on how to accomplish tasks.
How to Enable HDMI-CEC on Your TV
The HDMI-CEC feature on your television allows virtually any remote control to communicate directly with devices that attack to the HDMI port on your TV. It can allow you to use a remote with streaming boxes like the Roku or Chromecast.
Enabling HDMI-CEC on your TV can be confusing because manufacturers call the feature different names. You may have to check the documentation provided with your TV to see if it supports HDMI-CEC. If it does, these steps should turn the feature on.
Apple TV: 3 Universal Remotes That Work
I was recently thrilled to learn that there are options for replacement universal remotes that work with Apple TV. It’s difficult to find them, since some of the universal remotes for sale out there can be expensive or not work quite right as far as button assignments. These options work best with the Apple TV.
Play Windows Media Center Recordings on Roku
I have a PC in my living room that rocks Windows Media Center for recording TV. The bedroom is where the Roku is located. I thought it would be oh so nice to be able to play some of my Windows Media Center recordings on the Roku. I had to find a solution for this. Here are the steps you can take to get started.