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RCA RTD 215 audio input

My TV has only one audio output. It is a coaxial digital type (orange rca shaped jack). It outputs only when receiving a digital tv signal from my cable provider. If the RCA RTD 215 has no digital coaxial audio input, is there any low cost system ($100-200) that does?

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After posting my question on Fixya, I went to www.cnet.com and found reviews on 3 systems $100-200 which had coaxial digital audio inputs.

Posted on Oct 08, 2008

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