I was sold a monster cable for my new hd tv but the monster cable has two flat identical ends, neither of which will fit the round "screw on" end of Cox's cable, Is there an adaptor or was I sold the wrong cable? Baffled in Tucson
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Hi there, i posted a link to a monster manual, hope it helped with your problem otherwise you might have to be a little bit more specific, let me know if it works. :) http://www.monstercable.com/lit/MANUL_THX_G1ls.pdf
You need a Power socket near the TV, you will need to extend or move the Antenna coax cable. Draw a connection diagram of all connections and mark with them with small stick on labels, label all wires and connections. Then move the TV and connect up as per your diagram. It will be easy.
indicates that it is up to you to make the connections _identically_ at both ends, i.e., if your TV has R/G/B connectors for video, connect 3 wires at the TV end, and the same 3 wires at the "other" end to the R/G/B outputs from your digital-cable or satellite-cable box.
If I understand you right the metal connector is on the wall connector and the wire is off of it if this is the case take some pliers and take the connector off the wall then take the connector and put it back on the wire just slip it in and squeeze the bottom of the metal connector so it tight on the wire this should help..