Where was the RG6 cable connected before. By any chance there is a tuner somewhere? I am thinking maybe that might be the best bet here instead of trying to find that RG6 to hdmi converter. Actually some external tuner can do just that.
I just bought a new Sony receiver (STR-DN840) for my home audio/surround system. It has been almost twenty years since my last upgrade, and figured with pass through technology I'd be able to just connect my RF6 cable right to the receiver, and then pass it on to my monitor (42LD550) with audio and video all intact. Well come to find out, I can't push audio to my "monitor" (from now on, "TV") because LG didn't allow for incoming audio through HDMI. I have no way to connect my RF6 cable, which provides my cable TV signal (no set top box) to my receiver, Blueray, or any other device I already own. Besides a RF6 to HDMI converter, what other set top boxes should I buy, to receive and pass on my cable signal (via RF6 cable) and pass it on to HDMI? So that I can connect it to my new receiver, and then pass the video on to the TV (monitor).I am trying to eliminate the cable clutter, and also, because I am going to need some sort of set top uunit, it may as well have DVR function, without more monthly fees. I already pay for cable and Netflix. Thanks, hope this can be deciphered.