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How to run cable TV without an actual cable(coax)


Standard Member
I want to put a small 22" TV in my kitchen and the only good spot would be on the countertop I can get AC that's near the TV but there's noway I could run a coax cable on the countertop. What other options would I have? I'm with Rogers cable, what I would need is a wireless Tx to a Rx to that TV!! Any such device on the market?


Distinguished Member
Hi welcome to AV Forums.

Please be aware that this is mainly a UK/European Forum and we may not be entirely familiar with the systems you are using in Canada.

However it would seem that your best bet is to get a Video Sender. Whilst I could easily link yu to a UK type model this would not be suitable for use in Canada as it has Scart connectors that are not present on Canadian TV's or Cable boxes. Try putting "Video Sender" into the search box of your local Amazon Website

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