Coax to RCA


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Username: Gbowers

Post Number: 1
Registered: Mar-09
I am hoping someone can help me get this straight. I have a 52" HDTV (projection) that a friend gave me. He said there was some problem with the screen. I can play my Playstation on the TV (though the RCA jacks) and get a great picture. when I try to hook up my dish (coax) I get nothing at all. I have been told that the Coax connection is probably bad. I am trying to find a converter that I can run from the coax to the RCA jacks and see if I can get a picture then. I have been told to use a VCR but I would rather not have the extra equipment just laying around and not being used. Is there a device or cable that will convert coax to RCA, or is there any other option?

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Username: Mike19

Tallahassee, Fla USA

Post Number: 4
Registered: Jan-09
Hi Glenn.
I have never seen an "F" coax to RCA analog converter/adaptor.

You may have to use that VCR after all.


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Username: Mike19

Tallahassee, Fla USA

Post Number: 5
Registered: Jan-09
I found an adaptor:

You would need to connect this to a "Y" cable - single female one end and two male RCA other end. Tek Cable has these.

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Username: Donnie1973

Post Number: 3124
Registered: May-06
that wont work. You will get picture OR audio on one channel. U have to use a vcr or a modulator is more money. lots
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