Question I have an older tv that only has the RG Hook Up (or where cable screws into) My question is...is there such an adapter that would have the single cable screw in on one end and adapter for 3 RGA plug ins on other, so my son can plug his xbox to it
What you are looking for is a Coaxial (or F pin cable) to RCA (or Composite) converter. You are going to need an actual converter...not just a cable ...because you actually need to convert the signal.
The biggest question is where do you get one of these things? I found one on line that I think would work for what you need to do. http://www.cablewholesale.com/specs/40x3-30400.htm Check it out but before you order it, email them and tell them exactly what you want to do...or make sure they have a good return policy in case it doesn't work the way you think. Another option is to go into your local Radio Shack...they may have something that will do the trick.
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It will depend on the radio and TV you have. If you have a radio with outputs, right (red) and left (white) female plugs next to each other on the back, you can either run that to the back of the TV (if there are audio inputs on the TV) or plug the left and right wires into an adapter with video and audio inputs/outputs used for connecting DVD players to older TVs. The cable you need is called an RCA plug which comes in many different lengths and is two wires together with red and white plugs. You can then plug the adapter to the TV with a standard cable antenna that screws into the back of the TV.
To what kind of monitor or TV set?
using the correct output cables from the console, plug it in to the 'In' port of the TV.
Compossite cables are yellow red and white. Should be simple enough?
unless you have a more complex situation, then you need to be more specific in your question.
If a set with multiple 'Inputs', then take notice of what port you plugged into, and then press 'Input' on your remote, and scroll to the proper port.
HD can come from two types of cables. A RF cable, normally it is a RG 6 or maybe a RG 59 coax cable. A HDMI cable is the other method of obtaining HD on your HDTV. A HDMI cable has a rectangular shape with small pins, its about 1/2 inch wide by 1/8 inch in height. The RF connector is about 1/4 in circular. A HD signal can come from a cable box or it can come from a DVD or Blue Ray player. Google these type of cables and look on your TV for the connectors.
if your television has the two screw input, go to Wal_Mart and tell them you needan RF adapter for an older model television. If your TV has a cable TV type input, then just connect it via the cable input.
Well I thought I had one of the mini-jack to F type connector cables ordered but then it became Discontinued at PacParts.com. However, if Radio Shack still carries those F-connector to mini-mono earphone plugs then with another F-type Quick Connect you can make one with a length of RG-*.*/U cable with F-type screwon male connectors. Almost every one has some of those cable or satellite pieces laying around or stored and with proper adapters can fashion one for their portable TV's.