questionsdoes toshiba flatscreen model: 39l22u have a…

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If all you had connected to your old TV was just the coaxial cable then everything should work the same. If the audio and video streaming comes from your other devices, they will continue to work as before.

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You should be fine. The coax will carry both audio and video to your TV. It did for your old TV, didn't it? Assuming you connect the new TV exactly like the old one, everything should work as before.
However, you are probably not getting stereo sound with this setup. You usually need a HDMI connection, a component video input with separate audio cables, or an A/V video input with separate audio cables to receive and output stereo audio.
Your new TV should have nice pictures explaining how to hook these inputs up. You just need to know what outputs your cable box and Tivo have. Or, since you're moving soon, plan the setup in your new location. If you don't have a HD cable box now, get one for the new location. There will probably be a SD output to connect to your Tive (I'm assuming it's not HD capable). Then you can connect the Tivo output to another of the TV's inputs.

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@dealseekerdude: Thanks. One less thing to worry about.

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@tbgolladay: @tbgolladay: Thanks for the info. I have so much going on now I can't even think of changing my set up. But I'll look into it once I get settled.

This morning I was wondering if the TV is too big. I know it's the correct size for the distance from the TV which is about 11 ft (I think) but I have problems with things being too visually stimulating.. I think the next size down will be too small.

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@minkeygirl7: I've never heard anyone say that they wished they had bought a smaller TV.

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@tbgolladay: I have another question. I was looking at some other TV's and set up and one guy bought a Westinghouse and said to hook it up with the antenna he needed an access code. Does anyone know if I need anything like that with Time Warner?

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@minkeygirl7: No experience with Time Warner. I've never heard of an access code for any type of antenna. Unless it has something to do with DirecTV or Dish Network.

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If you look at the official website for the Toshiba 39L22U, which is http://us.toshiba.com/tv/led/39l22u/, you can click on Image Gallery and look at the picture of the back of the television where the input ports are. It shows that there is a coaxial cable port.

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@ibriian: Thanks, I saw that after I asked my question. Now I'm trying to find out how to attach the base. There were some comments that said it was very difficult. Nothing on the Toshiba site.