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Need an RCA Adapter for a TOSHIBA D-VR610KU

Need an adapter that will fit on the male end of my coaxial cable and plug into the female port of my DVD/VCR. I went to Radio Shack and they sold me a RF Modulator. I have not even tried it yet. There has to be some type of adapter so that I do not have to use this modulator.

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  • olgagabe Jan 27, 2009

    I have the sme problem. I've been lloking thru the radio shack web site and don't know which 1 it is. A comment a while back said that radio shack had 1 of these adapters.

  • Skicrest May 11, 2010

    Are you trying to go from coaxial to RCA?

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If the RF Modulator will convert a coaxial signal to an RCA output signal, fine however, you still need a tuner to select the channel on the TV you want to record. This unit is primarily for dubbing or copying DVD to VCR or VCR to DVD. There is no tuner in the unit to get the cable signal. Try hooking up an additional VCR, that probably has a tuner in it and use the RCA out of the 2nd unit to the RCA in of the Toshiba. Hook the coax to the input coax jack of the 2nd then RCA out to RCA in of the Toshiba. Choose what channell you want to record on the 2nd unit. You may have to choose Auxillary mode on the toshiba the press instant record on the Toshiba. Again, this unit is a Player or Dubber. Not designed to record TV shows without an external tuner. I hope this helps. If you use a 2nd VCR just to get the TV Signal, you won't need the modulator.

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