Coax antenna to composite

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  1. RobSB

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    I have a projector that only has composite inputs. I need to get an antenna signal into it. How do I do this? I was thinking a coax to composite converter. Do these exist?
     
  2. Craig Robertson

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    you will need a tv tuner, the easiest method is to use a vcr.
     
  3. Bob McElfresh

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    Craig beat me to it. [​IMG]
    The Antenna signal is called "RF". It has a bunch of stations. This means you need a tuner to be able to pick one. Then you need the circuitry to convert the one station worth of signal to composite video.
    This is almost exactly what a VCR does. (plus the ability to record of course.)
     

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