The recent trend in TELEVISION is to allow HDTVs to hook into your house network either through ethernet or wireless and play content like YouTube and Netflix Instant Access directly to your television. One of the finest content sites on the internet has been left on the side of the roadway. While Hulu attributes fantastic material from television programs to films, their agreement with TELEVISION and motion picture production business limits access to devices that will reveal their content on television sets.

But that does not imply you can’t view Hulu on your HDTV. It simply means you’ll need to do a little added to obtain it working.

Here are a few ideas on ways to see Hulu on your TV:.

Many of the most recent HDTVs come with a PC input, which is a VGA port that lets you hook in your desktop or laptop with a VGA cable television. This is the most convenient method to obtain things working on your television.

If both your laptop/desktop and your HDTV support DVI, this is the path to go. It will offer much better photo quality, however not all HDTVs offer a DVI input, and considering that it is relatively new, not all notebooks or desktop computers support it either.
If your computer supports DVI however your TV doesn’t, you can buy a DVI to HDMI adapter.

If your TELEVISION doesn’t support a COMPUTER input and your notebook doesn’t have DVI, you may still get it working through s-video. Numerous notebooks support s-video, however newer televisions are relocating far from the requirement.
Still stuck? There are plenty of COMPUTER VGA and audio to HDMI converter boxes out there that will do the work for you. These will run around $40.

If you are willing to pay a bit more out of pocket, you can get a cordless COMPUTER to TELEVISION converter. It will run you a bit over $100.
How about audio?

While the converter boxes will take care of sound for you, most of these options are merely for getting the video working. However sound is quite simple. You just need an adapter that will plug into your speaker port and split it into the audio part cable. A 3.5 mm to RCA cable will do the trick.