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Sony rabbit ears

Just got old sony tv... its rabbit ears have horse shoe like ends on leads. I cant find where to plug them in. only see two cylindrical sockets one says video other audio...

not much hx here with tvs feel a bit stupid...

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The "Horse Shoe Like Ends" on the leads are installed under the Screws marked ANTENNA and then the screws tightened. If No Screws then your Rabbit Ears do not hook directly to this TV. Is there a connector comming out of the back that is Threaded? If YES, then this is your antenna connector (R59) and will require an Adapter for the rabbit ears. Available at Radio Shack.

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