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The coaxial opening on back of dvd recorder

I cannot get my cable coaxial cord to fit into the back of the toshiba dvd recorder 410. Is there a unique cord? No one at Best Buy can answer this for me. HELP! Please

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  • Anonymous Jan 18, 2009

    Same with the Pioneer DV-410 I just bought. I expected to connect this DVD player to my single port TV with standard coax cable (single-pin, screw in), but the port labled "coax" on the DVD player is a 5-pin, plug in type. I think its misleading for Pioneer to include "coaxial connection" on the box and an adapter should be included in the hardware.

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Go to an electronics store and pick up some quick release coax adaptors. They screw into the cable and the other end just plugs in without screwing it in.

Here is an example of what one looks like on amazon.com

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