I acquired an old 1978 Sony television a few months ago but only newly started using it when my BF took the bedroom television as his monitor. The Sony only has an antenna (RF Coaxial) input, so I bought an RCA¹/SCART-to-RF box from eBay which works well for DVDs and PS2 games. The issue we're having is that we used to watch a lot off YouTube on the television via a HDMI or VGA input on the newer LCD which we can't now. I tried a mini HDMI to RCA converter box but that didn't seem to work whatsoever on any television.
Then I remembered that a lot of old graphics cards have a yellow RCA-looking connection. I have a lot of old PCs kicking around, so that's no issue. Does anyone know if the yellow output is for RCA? Will it work if I connect it to the RCA-to-RF box? Or will an S-Video out work better? I have a SCART adapter for S-Video/RCA input. Sound isn't an issue as I already have a 3.5mm to RCA lead for that :D
¹Yellow Red and White, also known as composite, et cetera.
This is the card in question