Question about Televison & Video
The reason you are not able to get more channels is because the antenna port is an analog port and the cable was a digital one. If you have other inputs such as red/white/yellow or red/blue/green you can buy an RF modulator at most stores that will allow the cable to be connected to the modulator and convert the signal so it can be sent out using the red/white/yellow cables.
If this option is used you must know how to cycle through the tv inputs to receive the signal. Higher end models have a button on the remote or a screen in the menu to due this. Basic tv may require placing the tv into game mode as that is the only input source.
Hope this helps you and let me know if I can be of assistance again.
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
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