Quick Answer: How Do You Hook Up An Antenna To Cable?

Can I use my cable connection as an antenna?

Yes, you can connect your TV antenna to your cable TV wiring system.

If your home is wired for cable TV and you want to cut the cord and drop cable in favor of a TV antenna the same coax cable can be used for the TV antenna.

It’s likely a lot easier than you think.

How do I hook up an antenna to my TV?

Connect your antenna coaxial cable to the “Antenna In” jack on the back of your digital tuner box. Use a second coaxial cable to connect the “Out to TV” on the digital tuner box to the “Antenna In” on the back of the TV. Set the TV to Channel 3 or 4 as indicated on the back of your digital tuning device.

How do I get free cable with an antenna?

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How do you fix an antenna cable?



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Can TV antenna pick up cable channels?

If you choose to join the cord-cutting trend and become a cable cutter yourself, you’ll have to add an over-the-air TV antenna, also called an HDTV antenna, to your setup. With an HDTV antenna, you can pick up over-the-air (OTA) broadcast channels such as ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, CW, PBS, ION and many others.

What is the best antenna for a TV without cable?

Mohu ReLeaf HDTV Antenna

For TV viewer’s ready to ditch their cable or satellite bill without giving up local channels, the Mohu Releaf is the best TV antenna for under $40.