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Coax that looks like RCA?

Is that an audio, video or both? Is it all channels or just whats on the tv? Is it output????

I have a connector with coax on one side and rca on the other, would that work with this.

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There is a distinct difference between coax and phono (rca) cabling. Coax, sometimes called RF, is a cable that carries audio and video at the same time, what we call a "modulated" signal. RF connections look as if they are threaded on the chassis of your TV or VCR etc. A lone "Phono" cable moves either audio or video, but not both at the same time, unlike coax.
If you are attempting to patch RF, your cable must be coax at both ends.  Hope that helps.

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