Question about GE 35GT740 35" TV
I have an old tv (80's) that I am trying to hook up to a digital conversion box. I have an adapter to connect the rabbit ears to the converter. I don't have input/output or coaxial connectors on the back of my tv.
A long time ago I used to see adapters that would allow a 75 ohm to 300 ohm connection for the older TV sets. These may not be easy to find anymore.
Considering all things practical and the age of the set, there comes a time when it is the time to get a new set! At least the new set will be compatible and you will be able to enjoy a better quality of performance.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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