What coaxial cable should I use with my HDTV?

Answer On One Hand: Quad-shielded RG6 Cable is GoodQuad-shielded RG6 coaxial cable has foil shields that lessen signal loss. It is a step up from standard coaxial cable and usually costs about $10 more th... Read More »

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How to Connect a Coaxial Cable to an HDTV?

While high-definition televisions slowly are becoming the norm, most content still is delivered over coaxial cable, which in turn is connected to the source of the TV signal, whether that's cable, ... Read More »

Is this a decent Coaxial cable to connect a VCR/DVD Combo to my 720p HDTV?

...and until you get the Blu-ray player Grumpy Mac suggested...That type of cable will give you the lowest possible video quality (for an analog signal) and mono sound. A better choice would be a c... Read More »

What kind of cable cord should you use with your HDTV?

According to the technology website CNET, HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) delivers the best image quality of any of the cable types available for HDTV. "It can handle high-definition vi... Read More »

Should I invest in an 80ft HDMI Cable or stick with coaxial currently in place?

You really do not want to run a HDMI cable that far.HDMI often has problems with run-lengths greater than about 15 feet. The tight bundle of wires in the cable cross-talk within the first foot or ... Read More »