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Do i need a coaxial connection from dvd player to the tv?

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Not really unless you don't have A/V plugs (Yellow, Red, White)on your TV unless you have a VCR with them conected to your TV. You can connect it to the VCR's A/V ports and then the VCR to the tv, and just switch the vcr to the input channel to view the DVD player. Or if you have them on the TV you just use the input (Aux) channel on the TV. Or you could by a box that allows you to plug in multiple video sources an then switch the channel on the new box to iew the different video sources.

Hope this helps. M~

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I am not an expert but i hope i can help you..
is it youmean digital cablebox?
if it is try this-

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