I’m one of those people who’s into old electronics, including the old analog 4:3 TV sets (which are considered obsolete these days), as well as old TV shows, films and cartoons. My actual name is Jordan, while the “Michelle” in the username is my mom’s name.
The only Roku device I own as of currently is an Express+ 3910 from 2017/2018, aka the very last major streaming player with analog A/V outputs, which I have owned for two years (bought online from Walmart). The television set I own is, in fact, an analog 4:3 set, a Magnavox/Philips TS2756C102 (27”) (mfd. September 1994), which my Roku 3910 is set up on.
In addition to my analog 4:3 set, I also own a Sharp VC-H870C 4-head Hi-Fi stereo VCR (which uses only one composite input on the back, mfd. June 1991), along with two selector switch-boxes; an MT-Viki 8-input composite selector (which I have two game consoles connected through inputs 1 and 2 on, such as my Nintendo Wii U (input 1) and my Sega/M2 Genesis Mini (input 2; through a Yotocap branded HDMI converter with zoom switch)) and an Archer/Radio Shack 15-1956 4-input composite selector (mfd. April 1993), where my Roku is connected through input 2 on. The former switch box is connected through input 4 on the latter, with the latter box connected through the VCR (though the video signal is converted using my Sima CopyThis! stabilizer). The VCR is connected to my old set through both the RF and composite output jacks.