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Monster connectors not like cable connectors

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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You were sold an HDMI cable. You need a coax. Wrong cable.

Posted on Jan 21, 2009

  • miker338 Jan 21, 2009

    You were sold an HDMI cable. You need a coax. Wrong cable.

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