Cable Converter

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  1. HowardGjr

    HowardGjr Stunt Coordinator

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    I need help...again.
    Can anyone provide me a link to an analog CATV converter with and s-video and analog audio output that does not include a descrambler?
    I think I need the converter so that I can move all of the a/v sources to the back of my room (25 ft from the TV) with the minimum number of cables possible. If I can't find one, I'll have to rent a set top box from comcast or run long audio cables from my TV to the equipment rack. In this configuration, I'll be running all a/v sources through the prepro at the back of the room.
    Administrator; I wasn't sure where to put this thread. Please move it if you think it belongs in another section.
     
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    HowardGjr Stunt Coordinator

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    Never mind! I'm an idiot. I'll just use another VCR.:b
     
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    Never mind! I'm an idiot. I'll just use another VCR.
     
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    Well, you DO have to buy a SVHS unit to give you SVideo output. The JVC units have a good reputation.

    A better choice would be to buy a Dish PVR system that has SVideo output (and the ability to digitally-record your shows). If you are a DirectTV fan, check out the DirectTivo units.

    Good Luck.
     

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