Although time flies and those old inventions can’t outrun the present day technology. But an attempt to make the 70s TV look useful despite powerful TVs of this 21st century isn’t a total exaggeration. This would be the case with case of Gadget tweaker Dr. Moddnstine who has modified a 1978 General Electric portable TV to include a hidden Chromecast, giving your YouTube videos a vacuum tube flair.
Somehow somehow, this genuine man did some work out that’s quite amazing and in fact getting an HDMI device to talk yo an analog set won’t be a real play around.
there’s an auxiliary audio jack (the Chromecast can stay powered while the TV is off), and it’ll even turn on and switch off automatically.
This isn’t easily repeatable, as you might guess. It’s not too hard to get the bevy of adapters you need to process the TV’s input signal, but it’s another matter to safely cram them into a decades-old set.
Still as its being, Dr. Moddsntine is willing to show how almost those features work out and so made it to YouTube video which have been included below for you to see.
Source: Dr. Moddnstine (YouTube, short version), (long version), Gizmodo, Engadget