Question about Televison & Video
Hey Ray, you can connect the cable box using coax cable (use google images if you do not know what it looks like). If your tv has HDMI input and your cable is actually HD cable box then you can use an HDMI cable. (Make sure your HDMI cable is long enough and has some slack in it otherwise there is a good chance it can snap off and get stuck in your input... seriously). Last possible way is using RCA cables (Red, Yellow, and White cable). Make sure you connect RCA (Video, audio) out on cable box and RCA (video, audio) in on your tv. I hope this help Ray. Give me a feed back if it does not work. Good luck.
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