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If your TV doesn't have direct audio/video input jacks, you can hook up your DVD/DVR/whatever using an RF converter. They are available in most retail stores and are inexpensive. You plug in the video and audio cables from the video device, and the output from the converter goes to the TV antenna input. Then you watch on channel 3 or 4, depending on how you set the converter.

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