What to do with old 5" portable UHF/VHF TV? Hello, firstly, this is my first post, yay. I am 23 and just started school Jan 11' for electrical engineering. My grandpa was an electrician. That and reading about Nikola Tesla made me really want to study electricity. I've only taken one real "electrical" class so far, and had a horrible teacher...which was kind of sad. It's the first time I've tried in school, and I got through my first semester with 3 As and 1 B (DC circuits). This semester I will def. get all As. ANYWHO! My friend recently cleaned out a really old garbagety house and I found a (roughly 5 inch) old Quasar portable TV. The date on it is 1980.....almost a decade older than me, haha. So, my dad found a 12 V DC adapter that fit it, and behold : IT WORKS! Turns on, has sound and everything...only problem is it gets no picture. I assume with the switch to digital cable and ****, that that brought about the end of broadcasting in this format (Hell, I may be completely dead wrong about this and they do still broadcast, but this thing is broken? Am I right?)... My question is, WHAT CAN I DO WITH THIS? I was so excited to see that it works, but I'd really like to use it for something. Is there a way to put a coaxial cable input on this beast, so I can plug my cable into it? (I assume it's black and white, but I don't know without a picture, haha) Although I'm almost a year deep in my schooling, I haven't had much "hands on" electrical experience. I do, however, have a soldering iron, solder, etc, from fixing guitar cables for my friends and I. So, any ideas (preferably with instructions/tips attached) would be awesome! I'd love to be able to use this awesome find for ANYTHING that may be half way useful/entertaining. Thanks guys/gals! PS http://www.ebay.com/itm/QUASAR-Port...0621986011?pt=Televisions&hash=item43aa6b94db That is ALMOST this tv. Mine doesn't have "buttons" for channels, just a regular dial to go up and down the scale, and a switch to go from UHF to VHF.