Will using a Composite AV to HDMI Converter help our standard non-hd satellite receiver make our picture on our lcd hd tv clearer? We have an older DirecTv receiver that only has a antenna/cable, s-video cable and Composite AV jacks we have purchased a new 65" Toshiba LCD HD-TV that has several HDMI connections, component ColorStream HD jacks and Composite AV jacks. We currently are watching our satellite through the Composite connections and our picture is not very clear, we have also tried watching with just the antenna cable connection and it is worse. We know that it is not the TV since we have a Sony blu-ray hd sorround system with wifi streaming and the HD is perfect with it. What do you suggest? We really do not want to upgrade our receiver since we only use it for local news and channels we can not watch on HuluPlus or Netflix.