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Thread: Coax to Composite (RCA) Adapter

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    Coax to Composite (RCA) Adapter

    Does such a device exist where you input a coax cable and the output is RCA composite cables (yellow, red, white). It is the reverse of an RF modulator.

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    No, you are screwed.
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    its called a cable box

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    or a VCR! hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Monkey
    or a VCR! hehe
    i second that!
    vcr is your best bet man
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    VCRs are used for this often. Can't beat the price, and many are quite small these days.
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    Yup, VCR is your best bet.
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    This is the only thing I could find. Apparently, there is very low demand for something like this:

    http://www.svideo.com/demodulator.html

    May we ask what you're trying to do?

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    You could use an RF modulator that they make for video game systems for use with older televisions.

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    Radioshack makes some... they cost around $30.

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