What is a ‘Tv’ component?
Television is the backbone of the American entertainment system, with cable, satellite, and streaming services dominating the landscape.
But for those who do not subscribe to the pay TV model, streaming services can be an appealing alternative.
A new type of TV component, the tv-component, has emerged.
A tv component is a box that is attached to a television.
It can be used to access TV content via apps on a computer or tablet, and it can also be connected to a home network, such as a cable box.
The tv component can be plugged into any HDMI or DVI-D port on a television or to a mobile phone.
The component can also plug into a computer and control an audio source, such a game or game-related audio, through an app.
The tv component’s most notable feature is its ability to run in the background, enabling a home or business network to run its content smoothly without interruptions.
But while the tv component has become popular, it is not as common as its cable or satellite counterparts.
A new TV component called the TV-Compound, which debuted at CES 2016, is aimed to address that gap.
An HDMI-based component that plugs into the HDMI port of a TV, and is connected to the home network of the device, like a Roku or Apple TV.
A Roku or a Apple TV remote for controlling audio and video from the tv.
The tv-compound is currently available for Apple TV and Roku.
It has an estimated cost of $80, according to TV-Tech, which counts several competitors, including a $79 TV-compact from Philips, as well as a $100 TV-kit from Apple TV maker Roku.