On your TV and DVD situation, your DVD should hook up via RCA cables OR SVideo. I am not 100% positive though...
The cable signal for internet modem may be too weak for TV. You can try and see what kinds of channels you can find.
Hey guys. Im a student without too much money to throw around. I was wanting to get a smaller HD tv (mostly for the widescreen, not so much the HD. I dont have HD cable, I dont have an HD console, and I dont have HD movies), but those things run at like $600-800, so they will definitely have to come later in life.
All I have is a 19" TV for my room. It only has one input, a coax input.
Id like to get cable to my TV and hook up my DVD player. My DVD player only has S-vid, composite and component outputs, so Im not sure what to do.
Are there converters out there that would allow me to hook up my DVD player and dvd player?
also, my room only has one cable jack, and that is currently being used for my modem. Im not entirely certain if this is legal (please PLEASE tell me if its not) but my gf gave me a cable splitter and I was wanting to split the line so I could hook up my TV and keep my internet running from one jack. Is this feasible? Would I see any kind of performance hit from my cable internet?