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Old 04-19-2016, 07:19 PM   #1
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AV system

I have a 2007 Georgetown XL, 378. I am switching, to flat screen TVs, and a King Jack antenna.
Can anyone tell me which coax is used RU 59, 6, or 6G. Also it has a Genesis system. There is a yellow RCA AV cable plugged into each TV, can you tell me what it does?
In advance, thanks.

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Old 04-19-2016, 09:11 PM   #2
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Our 2013 378XL uses the RG6. Yours may have the older RG59. Hard to see the difference but you could cut the end off and take it down to Lowes or Home Depot and match it up. Doesn't hurt to use either one but the RG6 is a better cable. You can buy screw on connectors that work well.
As for the RCA cables, that carries the video/audio signal from the dash radio to the inside TV. The outside TV is connected to the outside radio. The bedroom TV is connected to the front TV through a splitter behind the fireplace, then that is routed to the signal switch above the passenger cabinet.
How are you planning on installing your new antenna?
What type of video signal are you trying to achieve, HD or SD and to which TV?

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Old 04-19-2016, 09:45 PM   #3
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Mounted the King Jack and ran into the AV control box, so the TV 1, and two get antenna signal. I have the TV1 coax connector that attaches at the box, that has no stinger. I was wondering what size connector to buy. I was going to buy a kit with the tool, but they didn't have the RG 59, only the 6, and 6Q.
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