Your problem is similar to mine. I have a Philips 30" 30PF9946 LCD with limited inputs. For HD, you need to use an RCA to VGA cable. What I plan on doing is putting all components; DVD recorder, cable box, Playstation, DVD player etc., into my A/V reciever then using an RCA to VGA cable from the receiver to the TV. If you are not using a cable box you could use a similar solution if your receiver has a proper input for video. If you are not connecting the TV to an A/V system, check Radio shack. You might find something that you could use to interface your coax input (I assume) to a component or VGA input on the tv. I am far from an expert but I hope this gives you some ideas. Maybe someone else will have more insight. Good luck
I was looking for LCD monitors that could also double as a TV for me, and this is what my mind is set on:
The problem is that, as I was looking through the list of inputs it has, I do not see a simple tv input. The only inputs this monitor has are VGA, DVI-D, composite video, S-video, and component Y Pb Pr. And with my cable tv service, I don't have a cable box, so I can't get any of those outputs. So are there any simple convertors out there that can convert a tv signal into any of those outputs for this monitor? Thanks!