Hey can Anyone help? Coax - Component Stuff.

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Mr. Bananagrabber
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Hey Everyone,
My friend wants to know:

"do you have any idea where i can get a device that connects to an old tv via its coax input in the back and then gives me the standard composite video and audio plugs?"

The question is a bit jumbled up, but i was thinking some of you smart people may know the answer :)

Thanks,
Jack

REP :)
 
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CipheR

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You can get these simple RF converters from Radio shack, Walmart, and dozens of other places. Usually easily found in the video departments of said stores where the cables, y adapters, etc are located.

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You can get these simple RF converters from Radio shack, Walmart, and dozens of other places. Usually easily found in the video departments of said stores where the cables, y adapters, etc are located.

CipheR
Thanks, was a bit confused on what he was asking but that seems to be it
 

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