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Toshiba D-VR610KU I'm looking for an RCA adapter that fits into coaxial (screws on) on the cable box and has a male adapter that slips into female input of coaxial input of the Toshiba. I've been scanning the Radio Shack site and can't figure out which 1 it is. Can you help? Thank you

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  • olgagabe Jan 27, 2009

    Yes, on 1 end. I had read a comment a while back that said I needed an RCA adapter for the end that goes into the Toshiba. The standard coaxial doesn't work. Thanks

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All coaxial inputs or outputs on any unit is the screw-post type. The female part is a standard coaxial cable that slips onto the posts on the unit. Are you trying to convert Coaxial to RCA?

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