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I have an RCA HD flat-screen TV and just bought the rt2770 system. An orange coaxial cable was included, which I hooked up. There's also a white short (eight inches or so) cable, with a straight end and an end that's shaped, for lack of a better explanation, like a hand drill. I have no idea where that goes. My TV runs through a converter box. The options on the main entertainment system don't give me digital, only "anl." Also, there's no sound in two of my speakers, even though they're attached as per color coding, with the proper ends in the proper slots. Any ideas?

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The most likely explanation for your problem is that the coaxial cable that gave you does not have a thick enough core for your television. It might be RG-56 which has a smaller core than a larger RG-6. I will need to know more information before I can be of further assistance.

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Posted on May 26, 2008

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