@Gootus OK well good luck when you go bye bye to Roku and stuff like that, because they were the first company to manufacture major streaming players, dating back to 2008 when they co-manufactured a player with Netflix, and are considered America’s #1 TV Streaming Platform. All the streaming players manufactured by other companies in the digital media product industry are simply knock-offs. By the time Roku manufactured devices with analog outputs and a 4:3/16:9 setting, all the other streaming player manufacturers only made players only supporting 16:9 and HD outputs. The last Roku model with analog outputs and a 4:3/16:9 setting is the Express+ 3910 (which I own), released October 2017 and discontinued in summer 2018 in favor of the Premiere+ 3921. Since then, none of the major streamers were being produced with analog output ports anymore. Do remember that analog TV sets have became obsolete and gone bye bye since the late 2000s/early 2010s, in favor of the HD sets. Generic Android boxes which are still made today with analog outputs are the worst streamers in history. I’d recommend a major player over a generic brand player any day.
I’m into videotapes and old electronics stuff, including extenders, converters and analog 4:3 TV sets (which are obsolete these days), and Miss Bianca is my favorite character in Disney’s The Rescuers (1977) and its sequel, The Rescuers Down Under (1990). I am not a Roku employee, only a user like you. ~ Jordan
Roku Express+ 3910X