coax to s-video

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  1. jeff garver

    jeff garver Auditioning

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    I am in the process of hooking up 4 flat screen tv's. The tv's do not have an input for coax, only s-video. Is there a way to convert from a coax to s-video?
     
  2. Wayne A. Pflughaupt

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    When you mention “coax” that tells me you have a signal from a TV antenna, sattelite receiver or cable TV service. A converter will not work, even if one did exist (which it doesn’t). You’ll need the appropriate tuner device to translate the signal into line-level audio and video – i.e., a cable box, S-VHS VCR, or sat receiver.

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  3. Steve*W

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    Get a Dig cable/Sat box with an S-video out, then go into a splitter box to split the S-video output.
     

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