Can an adapter/converter allow VCR composite cables to connect with HDTV input for component cables?

I have a 2003 DVD/VCR combo. The DVD part can use component cables, so it connects fine with my HDTV, which has this type of input. The VCR part, however, uses solely composite cables and does not work though the component cables on the back of the DVD/VCR. My HDTV does not have any composite cable slots--only component cable slots (no S-cable slot either). Is there a way to connect the VCR to the TV through an adapter or converter? Thanks for any info or suggestions. We rarely watch cassettes but there are a few that we would like to be able to see.

Asked By: Stuck in the Middle Ages - 12/14/2012
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Converters are indeed available in the market AND they would get the job done; they are expensive for the kind of electronics they require to get the job done. I guess they are expensive because they sell very less of those. e.g. see this converter listed for > $40 More
Answered By: Amit - 12/21/2012
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