just entered this forum and hope it’s the right place to ask this question. I just bought a WDTV live box on ebay, and now am a bit helpless hoping for some advice here.
The goal is to connect an a bit seasoned but still wonderful Sony 16:9 flatscreen tube TV to the NAS based mediaserver I just installed. I also want to stream video and audio from my linvdr that’s been in the basement for years, until now the signal passed a hauppauge MVP Mediaplayer, but the support for that is getting less.
Now, the box arrived yesterday, I had downloaded the manual from the WD site already, but on closer inspection found that the device I have here now is not the same like in the manual.
Since the old TV does not have an HDMI input, I have to rely on the analogue paths. Now, this box here has one more of them than the box depicted in the WD manual. The partnumber of my box is wdbaap0000nbk-01
On the back, there is - from left to right - the power socket, a USB socket, the HDMI socket, an Optical socket (covered), the Ethernet socket, then a small coaxial one labeled AV OUT, and another one labeled YPbPr.
The box came without any cables or adapters, just the power supply. What kind of adapters do I need to get the best signal on the TV? That has inputs for video composite, SCART, and S/VHS.
Thanks in advance for any substantial help!