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  1. MadMod

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    Hi everyone

    At home I have one of these old televisions which only has a coaxial input. So whenever I need to play a dvd or play on my xbox or ps3, I usualy connect the AV (red, yellow and white) cables into my VHS player's input then switch that onto AV. The VHS player has a AV input and a Coaxial out. But recently my VHS has stopped working (think its a problem with the remote control, so cant change the channel on there to AV)

    I was thinking, is there any schematic for a AV to coaxial convertor, or some way I can connect the AV cables form my ps3/xbox or dvd player into my coaxial input television?

    PS. my location - Caribbean
     
  2. MadMod

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    thanks barathbushan for your msg

    looked at the "http://imgs.inkfrog.com/pix/bid4boy/HD-2118-00.jpg" picture

    but what I am looking for is a female AV to male coaxial

    but on the other hand, wouldnt I only get 1 feed with this converter if i were to use it? eg. Only get video, or only get audio (remember there are 3 AV cables. although I only need 2)
     
  3. LTX71CM

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  4. MadMod

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    thanks LTX, I will have a read through now
     
  5. LTX71CM

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    Sorry I linked the wrong project. The project above switches several sources, it doesn't help switch AV to composite. I'll get a good link and post it.
     
  6. barathbushan

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    Last edited: Dec 8, 2010
  7. LTX71CM

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    Better, not perfect - [​IMG]
     
  8. davenn

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    just google A/V modulator
    there are plenty out there ... dunno what country you are in but if USA, Australia or anywhere in england/europe virtually any electronics hobby type shop will have them

    they have audio and composite video RCA connector inputs and RF out to TV
    easy as pie :)

    Dave
     
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