You should be able to hook up any HD receiver to your TV via your componet inputs. For the RCA DTC-100 you would need to buy an adapter. I own the Toshiba DST-3000 and overall I am pleased with the unit. Good Luck!
Originally posted by ynggun21: Hi Bmello, what kind of an adapter is it I would need?
I don't own an RCA DTC-100 but I think the output connection is RGB (Pin Connection) similar to a computer printer hookup and the adapter gets you to componet connection. http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/smile.gif
Originally posted by lady400: A correction to the above info...
An adapter is NOT necessary for the DTC-100.
This is correct, ONLY for a Mits HDTV, and any other monitor that has 5 BNC (RGB+HV) inputs. What you will need for a DTC with a Mits HDTV is a VGA (DB15) to 5-BNC "breakout" video cable. There's one available at ratshack online, but it's a little pricey at $37.00.
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