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I have a Samsung 720p HDTV that has a damaged Coax Cable input. I have a Dish Network Receiver operating two TVs. The Receiver is connected to the primary TV. The Samsung is the secondary TV and has RG6 Coax cable running to it. What is the best way (good signal at lowest cost) to connect the Coax cable to the Samsung TV? (The receiver must stay connected to the primary receiver and is not near the Samsung.) The Samsung has all of the typical input connectors; HDMI, Component, Optical, DVI, etc.
 

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The cheapest way if you have something sitting around would be to use some old VCR as the Input and output over composite or S-video. There are lots of old VCR's to be had for pennies if you don't actually need the tape part to work.


An RF De-modulator would be another way, but most of them I could find with a quick search were $40-50 (Modulators are cheap, de-modulators not quite so cheap.
 
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