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Degraded Signal quality

Sir:

Have a GoVideo DVD player, & using RG6 coax, the signal is degraded, causing the picture to be fuzzy.

When I bypass the DVD player, the picture is clear, so the signal strength is good.

Is Govideo out of business, & can you help me?

Sincerely,

Randall Lindsey

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  • Ranlin Feb 06, 2008

    Will run out & get an S video cable right away, & thx

  • Ranlin Feb 06, 2008

    Dear Nick,



    Will go to Fry's Electronics & get the S video cable, have no idea what coupunt or HDMI are, so have printed this page to take w/ me.



    Thx again,



    Randy

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U would need a s video or coumpunt cables going into it

Posted on Feb 06, 2008

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    nick helpap Feb 06, 2008

    ya dont use yellow cables old ugle looking s video is better and coupunt best and hdmi is very bestthey make but yours needs s video cable thx nick

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Feb 06, 2008

    ok hell tell ya thx again

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