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Old 01-31-2010, 01:51 PM   #1
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TV cables help

Bought this airstream used. 2006 classic. Has audio/video upgrade. Tv and radio work fine. We want to know if anyone know what these cables are for. One comes out the wall with wall plug and cable end. The other comes out the covered up wires going into the TV and just hangs there. The dealer did not know what they were for. Pictures attached.
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Old 01-31-2010, 02:01 PM   #2
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cables

Possible to hookup a dvd player? Not sure.
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Old 01-31-2010, 11:49 PM   #3
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Well, the wires in the left hand picture look like they lead TO a device, like a DVD player (as has been suggested), or may a signal amplifier, or (fill in blank here).

Have you tried tugging on it, looking around the corner, even plugging it in to see if anything close by lights up?

The right hand pictures shows two leads, one of which I cannot see any connectors due to the angle you shot the picture. The other lead appears to be a stereo audio jack, but this is only a guess, as I have never seen that exact type of connector before.

Again, you need to go on a hunt, and if just looking and tugging doesn't do anything, and you can't contact the PO, perhaps you will have to remove a wall panel or two...
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Did you check with a voltmeter, one looks like a 12v power supply?
Like Aage says change the angle of camera to get the plugs at the end of the cables.
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Im going out on a limb and I am going to guess that maybe these go to an RF sender, that sends the audio from your tv to the stereo on the Airstream? The reason I say this is that I have a Sony Stereo that I just pulled out of my Airstream, and it has an RF receiver. And I now also think I know what that RF receiver was for. Which isnt a good thing in my case, as I no longer have the RF receiver installed.
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