Question about Panasonic TH-42PD50U 42 in. Plasma EDTV
We bought 110 Panasonic th-42pr10u as well as pro-idiom IMP 1200 boards already installed. The hotel is wired with coaxial cable and it subscribes to Cox cable. Without having an HD digital box in each room. How can we provide each of the displays with a high definition picture and still use lodgenet while going through the Pro idiom board via A coaxial cable? I didn't see the correct model number TV below. However, I thought you might be able to steer me in the right direction if you don't happen to know the answer to my question. Thank you
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This message is probably a year late but if your still looking for HD over standard coaxial cable to Panasonics IMP1200 media boards, the solution is ZeeVee. The new ZeeVee Pro250 looks very promising. Im about to use is in several local restaurants that currently have standard modulated signals. check them out at www.zeevee.com. You will need a Pro250 for each Cox HD cable box your running in the system.
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