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 Why can I not hear any audio on my HD channels on Cox cable?

Answer You shouldn't need to change inputs to see the HD channels in high definition. Connect the box to the TV using either HDMI or component cables. (Component has red/green/blue for video, red for righ... Read More »
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When an audio cable is able to release all audio frequencies without causing delay the cable is to be?

An audio cable alone can not cause a DELAY in the sound. We're not into answering test questions here. That is cheating. This question has been asked several times.
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Where can you find a conversaion chart of Time Warner cable channels and direct tv channels?

How do you program a frequency directly into the memory of a Yaesu FT-60 and still hear the audio when you have tried but there is no audio?

Program Yaesu Ft-60 You may have the right frequency, but there a couple or three encoding schemes for encoding the squelch control on the radio's receive section. You won't be able to hear any au... Read More »
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Paired Audio Cable Vs. Unpaired Audio Cable?

There are two basic types of shielded audio cables: the single core and the pair. Single core cables are used for unbalanced audio signals and pair cables are used for balanced audio signals.
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