cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
Ask a Question
COVID-19 impact to Yes Crowd & Contact Centres info here
Highlighted
New Contributor
New Contributor

FetchTV composite cable?

I just upgraded my FetchTV box and noticed that both boxes have connections for composite cable. I was wondering what the 3-coloured composite cable can be used for?

0 Kudos
Reply
4 Replies
Highlighted
RetiredModerator
RetiredModerator

Re: FetchTV composite cable?

Hey @chiops, the composite cable is included for those with an older TV or those with no free HDMI ports. We wouldn't recommend you connect this way unless you absolutely have to as you'll receive a better quality picture via HDMI 🙂

Highlighted
New Contributor
New Contributor

Re: FetchTV composite cable?

DOH!!

 

Of course, silly me!!

 

Sorry about the silly question.

0 Kudos
Reply
Highlighted
New Contributor
New Contributor

Re: FetchTV composite cable?

Hi there

I received my Mighty STB earlier this month, but it doesn't have RGB Composite connection point on it. I have an older TV set which does not have HDMI. I tried using a HDMI (out) to RGB (in) cable to no avail (NO SIGNAL). How do I go about swapping the STB for one with RGB + HDMI?

Cheers

0 Kudos
Reply
Highlighted
RetiredModerator
RetiredModerator

Re: FetchTV composite cable?

I'm afraid the older generations of Yes TV by Fetch are no longer available so you would need a TV that supports HDMI if you have the Mighty or Mini box.


__________________________________________________________________________
I’m part of the Yes Crowd team, employed by Optus to help run our online community. This guide explains how everything works on here and you should also check out our Community Guidelines.

Did we answer your question? Please mark it as a Accepted Solution and be generous with that Kudos button Smiley Happy
0 Kudos
Reply