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I've got a pioneer pdp-433cmx plasma TV and was wondering how I set it up to a regular cable box. Thanks!

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There were no instructions on how to hook it up? I would think you could just run a coax from the cable box to the CATV/Antenna coax input on the tv, and set the tv to cable.
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I am not sure what a "regular cable box" is but if it has composite or HDMI outputs I would use them to the TV since you can then send HD content instead of coax since the signals oiver coax are normally in NTSC SD fornmat.
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I've got a pioneer pdp-433cmx plasma TV and was wondering how I set it up to a regular cable box.

What type of connections does your 433CMX have?

What type of connections does your "regular cable box" have?

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