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Connection to my old TV

I have a new DVD player with a 3 pin connector (video, audio right, audio left). I want to connect it to my old TV (tube) having only an input to a cable (there is no 3 pin connector)
Is there an adapter for that?

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Your tv do not have an audio/video input...what you need is a device called RF modulator, it converts the audio/video signal from your dvd player into RF signal similar to the signal from the cable operator.it has an audio/video input and a coaxial cable output..

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