DBDukes wrote: The relationship between PlayOn and Roku is ... "strained" would be an understatement. Many a thread gets locked on account of that topic.
DBDukes wrote:The $49 Roku LT offers composite out. That's the red/white audio and yellow video. Many older tube TV have the RCA jacks for that; more likely than component or HDMI. So, LT would actually be the cheapest way to go.
DBDukes wrote:Content? Tying in an antenna for OTA isn't easy or necessary. Use the composite inputs for the Roku and antenna in for an antenna. If you don't have composite input, you'll need an RF modulator (Radio Shack, Best Buy, Sears, etc) for that.
ILoveCoffee wrote:HD has a SD card slot which I thought could be used instead of USB stick for watching my ripped videos. Still I am not clear if thats possible. Looks like this is my ONLY unanswered question at the moment.
catastrophegirl wrote:i just realized if you are looking at photos of the rokus and not the user manuals available from this page
you aren't seeing the usual red/white/yellow ports on the back of the XD and XS. the spot marked "a/v port" on those models is the composite port and the rokus come with a special cable that plugs into that port and splits into the familiar red/white/yellow cable ends. so all 4 currently available roku models DO have composite output, even if they don't look like it
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