HOW TO CONNECT FROM A HDMI PORT TO AN RF OR COAXIAL CABLE PORT (CONVERTING HDMI TO RF) - DIGITECH MEDIA

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Monday, 18 June 2018

HOW TO CONNECT FROM A HDMI PORT TO AN RF OR COAXIAL CABLE PORT (CONVERTING HDMI TO RF)

As digital enhancement is taking over the TV and entire audio-visual technology industry, more devices are now being built with the High Definition Multimedia Interface or HDMI. Most cable, terrestrial and satellite TV decoders like the DStv HD Zapper and Explora Decoders now wear HDMI output even though some devices are still fixed with the RF or coaxial cable ports in combination.


Our present day flat screen TVs like the LED TV, 3D TV, ULTRA SLIM SMART TV, CURVED TV and virtually all smart TVs are not left out in this HDMI output technology.


However not everyone still owns these types of TVs. Most people especially in Nigeria, the rest of Africa and other developing world are still stuck with the older models of TV and devices which still uses the RF or coaxial cable output technology. This is why there is need to know how to convert a HDMI output to an RF or coaxial cable interface. This will enable you to still use that HDMI device like the new DStv HD Decoder 5 Series which has a HDMI but no space for RF. on your old TV or standard definition coaxial port TV.


EASY WAY TO CONVERT OR CONNECT YOUR HDMI OUTPUT TO RF COAXIAL CABLE FORM



Connecting or converting a HDMI signal output to RF or coaxial cable device works perfectly with a gadget called the HDMI-RF Adaptor.

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The HDMI - RF Adaptor converts High Definition Multimedia signals to its Standard Definition or RF/Coaxial Cable format. All you would need is a HDMI cable to pick signals from the primary HD source to the adaptor, the adaptor itself and an RF or coaxial cable  connecting cord to the secondary or final output source.


PROCEDURE ON HOW TO CONNECT, CONVERT HDMI DEVICE SIGNAL TO RF OR COAXIAL SIGNALS.



1.  Plug in your HDMI cord into the back of your HD output device.

2.  Connect the other end of the HDMI cord to the HDMI INPUT of the Adaptor.

3.  On the output of the Adaptor which is in RF / Coaxial form, plug in your RF wire cable and run its other end to your RF final output waiting device. In the case of the TV, it is usually the point where the local antenna is connected to the back of the TV.

4.  Tune your TV and search like you are looking for local channels and you will pick up the HD signal transmission in its new Standard Definition SD format. Automatically, the HD signals from your primary device begins to show on your TV.

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  2. Will converting HMDI to RF enable me to view different channel's?

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    1. Technically....no. Whether HDMI OR RF coaxial wire, it would only transmit what was connected to it. Therefore, it does not

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  3. Thanks for helping out, good information.

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