What kind of cable do I need to connect a antenna to a HDTV?
Subscribe via RSS Feed

What kind of cable do I need to connect a antenna to a HDTV?


This is a discussion on What kind of cable do I need to connect a antenna to a HDTV? within the DTV | HDTV Reception and Antenna Discussion forums, part of the Over-the-Air (Antenna TV) category.

Results 1 to 3 of 3
  1. #1
    Unregistered
    Guest

    What kind of cable do I need to connect a antenna to a HDTV?

    Just curious as to what kind of cabling I'm going to need to connect a antenna to my HDTV? It'll be the first time I've gone without cable.

  2. #2
    Moderator

    Webmaster of Cache Free TV

    Join Date
    Feb 2010
    Location
    Logan, UT
    Posts
    3,734
    Blog Entries
    27

    You will need Coaxial cable with "F" connectors on the end. You will find it at Wal-Mart, radio shack, etc. Get RG-6, not the cheaper and thinner RG-59.


  3. #3
    Moderator
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Location
    Houston Tx USA
    Posts
    1,017

    As Pogi has said, the RG6 is the right stuff. But, are you saying that you previously have had Cable at your present location ? IF that is the case, you probably already have Coaxial Cable installed there which will work quite well for Antenna reception.

 

Related Topics and Posts

  1. What kind of cable should I use for TV Antenna? - DTV | HDTV Reception and Antenna Discussion Forum
  2. What kind of cable should I use to connect my new HDTV to my cable box? - DTV | HDTV Chat Forum
  3. Question: Can I just buy a DVR and connect it to my Cox Cable? - All Other Cable and Satellite Providers Forum
  4. What kind of cable do I need to hook up a converter box? - Converter Boxes and ATSC Tuners Forum
  5. What kind of channels can I get without a cable box? - All Other Cable and Satellite Providers Forum

Quick Reply Quick Reply


Click here to log in

George ___________ was the first president of the United States (Answer this question correctly, it is used to stop spammers)

Share this Post

Join DTVUSAForum

The leading television and technology community discussion site, join today!

DTV USA Forum is the best source of television
and technology troubleshooting advice from a community of experts and members.

Back to top