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RF To RCA? Is It Possible?

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by McPot, Feb 24, 2007.

  1. McPot

    McPot Member

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    I am planning on buying a 32" LCD TV, but the problem is that it does not come with a Coaxial RF input jack.

    The only inputs on this TV are:
    - Composite
    - Component
    - VGA
    - HDMI


    How would I go about getting my standard cable feed and/or antenna to work on this TV? The only thing I could find when googling the topic was maybe buy a VCR, but I would like to avoid any expensive and/or large items if possible.

    Please post if you have any ideas.

    Thanks
     
  2. janrocks

    janrocks Guest

    Only choice.. vcr or cable box.
     
  3. jiggygeek

    jiggygeek Member

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    You could also use an RF demodulator sold at Radio Shack or any electronics store. Sells for about $10.
     
  4. garmoon

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    Sounds like your getting a monitor, instead of a TV. A TV should have a tuner and a connection for RF to input a cable or antenna signal.
     

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