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PLasma tv TV has no RF entry and don't have an adapter to connect tpo the stellite TV. any solution?

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  • dedeachante Dec 26, 2008

    The only entries it has is hdmi and the db15... after some search could find that its maybe a only digital tv! ever heard of that?

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I believe that your satellite receiver should have video/audio output, if so; connect a yellow, red and white cables from there to the input on your plasma monitor and select video on the plasma to get ti to work.
Let me know if you need further assistance.

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