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That’s where I used to put something called a “descrambler”. =/
A digital converter box would plug into that or a super nintendo depending on the wires you use for it.
O that is for the Atari 2600….
I thank that for the Atari 2600
dude— an ANTENNA….!!! FREE TV!!!!! clown….
That’s the Sega Genesis port.
That is the input to cable in which I ditched 2 years ago. Never looked back 🙂
That is were you turn you tv in to a smoke machine just hook up taser to that port and turn it on and watch the smoke add lasers for special effects. >:D
Here in the UK we use those inputs to connect an LNB to a satellite tv reciever, it’s called coaxial input
RF input you hook cable tv or cable box to it,and if the cable box has a hdmi port out. You don’t need it.
I have a box that conversts that to the three plug red yellow white and a cable for it. it can do input and output i believe.
If you want it hit me up!
I mean i have the coaxial cable for it and its like 15 ft
Your all wrong. Its a co-axial port. It was used back in the day for two things. 1) wasting many hours trying to readjust it to get the playboy channel and 2) to ward of evil leprechauns
How about you stop being a stupid troll
There you plug in the sattelite decoder box or directly the antenna-cable with an F-Plug.
Shiz you guy’s………that’s the sandwich button
It’s normally rf but can be analog or even digital it’s a jack of all trades, but on a newer tv it’s usually the digital antenna which is the same antenna they used for the old uhf/ vhf forget which one, but what’s the different uses for 45 vs 59? Which one does what better?
Well… I think you need to get one of those coaxial to ethernet adapters and make a loopback, that way when you turn it on, it’s watching itself XD
Shouldn’t the title of this be. Ethernet port VS 75 OHM port? Because what you have labeled is the type of cabling that both of these connectors take. Which by the way today’s standard is RG-6.
the old RG-59 isn’t recommend for today’s standards of HDTV and HSD high speed data.
I know what it is… It`s input used in some countrys, Like Portugal for exemple… the coaxil cable goes straight up to the tv if only hire channel services, if you have Tv and Internet from the same company it connect to a Wirelles Modem and theres is a cabel ( coaxil cable ) from the modem to the TV.. 🙂
that’s where you would “screw on” your belkin lock cable to secure the oversized laptop hardware screen from growing legs and walking away. haa
This is for coaxial cable… Used for recieving TV in Europe…
that port is the ariel for the signal
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