How to Connect Chromecast to TV Without HDMI

Chromecast is a popular device that allows users to stream content on their TVs. However, what if your TV doesn’t have an HDMI port? In this case, you can still use Chromecast with the help of a few supplies.

Firstly, you will need a Chromecast, an HDMI to AV connector, and an AV cable. The AV cable consists of the old yellow, white, and red cables. The white and red cables are for audio, while the yellow cable is for a composite video signal. For power, you will also need a USB power adapter that can be plugged into the wall.

To set up the Chromecast, plug in the USB power adapter and HDMI to AV connector. Then, connect the AV cable to the input on the TV and the HDMI connector. Next, plug in the Chromecast to the right side of the converter and the power lead to the USB connector at the wall. The audio/video connections go on the left side of the converter, and on top is the USB power lead that connects to the wall.

After you have connected everything, switch on your TV and set it to the proper input. You should now be able to see the Chromecast connected. To test it out, open up an app like Netflix on your phone and select the TV you want to cast to. If everything is set up correctly, you should be able to stream content on your TV.

This setup is an excellent alternative for those who don’t want to get boxes from their cable company. Plus, it’s an affordable solution at under $100. With this setup, you can now enjoy Chromecast on every TV in your house that doesn’t have an HDMI port.