Originally Posted by Lost!
I think you are missing the point that you need a receiver/tuner to decode the frequencies sent from TV Coaxial cable (with the BNC connector you described).
The only thing I can think of, is getting a TV with built in tuner. I know mine has since I use it for regular channels (not HD). I got a signal splitter from Home Depot and put it before the cable box, then run the first cable to Comcast and second to TV and it works.
Let me explain my connectivity in detail.
I have Dish Network receiver DuoDVR 722 (http://www.dishnetwork.com/receivers/dvr/default.aspx
) - 2 TV system installed in my home. I have two Dish(es) installed on my roof facing different directions (for different programming). Only 1 cable comes down to my living room and in to the receiver/box. The box has two universal remote controllers, controls box, TV and two other devices. TV1 has IR and TV2 has UHF remote controller.
This box processes the signal and then it has two outputs. One for SD TV1 and the other HD for TV2 is a coax runs all the way to my bedroom upstairs. The bedroom has TV2 (1080i 42" Panasonic Plasma with in-built tuner, and tuner works with HD programming too). Everything works fine.
Now, I want to insert Marantz SR5004 between the box and TV. The box gives me coax only (running HDMI for 100 feet does not seem a good idea to me). Is there a wireless porting solution available to transfer HDMI signal? I guess, it should work. I think that is what I will look for.
I am sorry if I described my situation/story in repetition, I just wanted to make myself clear.
Thank you for all the response.