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Do I need an antenna on my sony model # KV35S45 TV when I cancel my cable?? If so, where is the antenna connection on the TV?? I can't find one. Thanks.

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YES! the antenna will plug into the same spot the cable wire is connected too ( you may have to buy a adapter for $1.00 for the the antenna wires to connect to back of your set available at any wall-mart or radio shack) And since your switching to antenna you will need to buy a digatil converter box in FEB to get antenna TV!

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