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 Can HD signals be provided through coaxial cables?

Answer No, high-definition (HD) signals cannot be provided through coaxial cables. HD signals are provided through a single HMDI cable. Coaxial cables can be used with HDTVs for non-HD connections and dev... Read More »
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Which is better for High Def output using S Video cables that are provided or buying more expensive monster cables?

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Difference between RCA & audio coaxial cables?

"s there any difference between a regular RCA connection audio cable (like the stereo red/white ones) and the ones you use for digital coaxial audio connections?"Yes.Video cables and coaxial-digita... Read More »
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Signal relfection in coaxial cables?

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Do Coaxial cables carry 5.1 sound?

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