Do you really want to connect non-smart tv to the Internet without any hassle?
If yes, you are in the right place as in this we are going to learn this whole process in a very simple and easy to understand language. Let us start the detailed discussion:
Methods to connect non-smart tv to the Internet:
During my whole research, we only found these methods that can successfully help you to connect between these two. These methods are discussed below:
Connect through Streaming Gadget:
This is the most helpful method for you if you are a gamer or a tech encaustics. This method requires some technical knowledge and equipment readily available for YouTubers.
The equipment must consist of high-speed internet, Router, CPU, HDMI cable, etc. You need to asamble these equipements.
Connect through HDMI cable:
If you buy your TV after 2014-15, there must be a VGA and HDMI cable port available on the backside of your TV. With the help of an HDMI cable port, you can connect your tv through HDMI to an ethernet switcher.
This will help you to connect to the internet but the speed of the internet will be around 20mbps. This low speed will create not to have or to have the condition (okay-okay).
Connect through Blu-ray player:
This method is almost as above, the only difference between these two methods is In the above method – You need to connect the HDMI cable to the TV while in this method you need to connect to a Blu-ray disc.
Connect through Gaming console:
I think it is one of the most useful methods to connect to the Internet through a Gaming console. To do this, you need to follow the following steps:
- Buy or Use your old XBOX or Playstation.
- assemble its parts
- Connect your tv through VGA or HDMI
- Now, connect with the internet
The step is good to use but not a pocket-friendly step for you guys. A brand new basic computer or Tv will cost you almost 500$ and this whole process will cost 500$ to 600$.
Moreover, in this whole process to connect tv to the internet. Some of the basic things, you must have are listed Below:
basic things, you must have:
- A wifi router or ethernet cable
- Video graphics array (VGA) connector
- Audio cables