Hey there, first off, I'm sorry, if there's a topic on this already. I did search Google high and low for any suggestions but not this forum, though lots of Google results lead me to here. But still no satisfying solution found. I got an Apple TV (2nd Gen.) from a friend who bought the new ATV and was excited at first, but when I came home, I realised that my TV has no HDMI input. Also, it's not HD-ready, well it's an old one. I barely watch TV anyway, so I thought on using it as a audio-streaming box. Is audio-only streaming possible? Like if it was an AirPort Express. I guess, I'll need to set it up via iTunes on my Mac (got to find a micro-USB cable), right? And then use the Optical Audio (Toslink) connection on the back. Well, my soundsystem (a Logitech Z523) has a Koaxial/Cinch (I don't know, who you guys call it) RCA-input on its back (red and white). So how are my options? Can I put this little thing to work without spending a fortune for adaptors and such things? Also, is it somehow possible to use it with a computer monitor? My current monitor setup has a MiniDisplayPort-to-DVI (it has VGA, too) but no HDMI, sadly. As you can read, I'm currently figuring out, how to use the Apple TV. Video streaming would be nice, but not as important than AirPlay-Audio. Summary: Very old TV without support for HD (not even 720p) and no HDMI Soundsystem without Optical Audio/Toslink but RCA/Cinch Computer monitor with DVI and VGA. MacBook Pro with ML on it + iPhone 4 with iOS6 for AirPlaying. I'm excited about what ideas you guys come up with and thanks in advance.