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You will need to utilize a standard RCA cable (composite - white, red, yellow) or S-Video from the cable box to the EyeTV.

The coax out on almost all cable boxes are designed for one thing - If you also have an over-the-air antenna hooked up to the cable box - that coax will pass through the o-t-a signals only to your VCR / TV.

Can tell you more with the specific model of your box.

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