We've still got an old fashioned analoge television downstairs. Upstairs is my computer. I've got UTP cat 5e from the television to the computer with a length of about 15-20 meters, but I cannot plug the UTP-cable in the television. I want to be able to view the computer screen on the television, including sounds. Or at least, I want to be able to stream audio and especially video on from my PC on the television. It should be possible using the available UTP Cable.
I'm a computer engineer (professional on software, hobbyist on hardware) with just a little knowledge on AV stuff. On http://www.svideo.com/ I found some devices that could help me to accomplish this. Is there anybody that can help me on this issue? I want to be quite sure about display quality before I start buying extra devices. Obviously, I need some device near the television, to plug in the UTP-cable and to connect that device to the SCART or AV (TULP) connectors on my television.
On the TV end point, I use this (http://image.made-in-china.com/2f0j00iBZEtHCMgGqh/Scart-Switch-Box-White-.jpg) device, so I could use the red/white/yellow ports and then bring the signal to VCR, HDD Recorder or Television.
Update: In my current hardware installation, I use the UTP for data traffic. It would be no problem though, if I'd have to add another UTP cable from computer to television. In that case, the first cable would be network traffic, whereas the second cable only serves for streaming computer output to the television.