I have a Blue Ray DVD player and the only output it has on it is HDMI. My oldish LCD TV does not have a HDMI port on it. It does have VGA and DVI ports on it. I bought a lead to turn HDMI into DVI, but have since found out no audio is present. I cant find a lead that turns HDMI into DVI but also has the red and white audio RCA's on it. I can find a lead that turns HDMI into VGA with the RCA's for audio on it but it also has a yellow composite. Why is the yellow composite needed when the video is connected using the VGA. Would this lead work if I left the Yellow composite plug out and just used the VGA and the red and white RCA's?