I just bought a JVC receiver (model RX-5060B) and I have run into a problem with the coaxial cable (RG-59) that I have for connecting the FM antenna to the FM antenna port on the receiver. (I was using this cable with the old receiver.)
The cable that I have is of type RG-59. The connector (type F) is too small to slide on the antenna port located in the rear side of the receiver. I understand that nowadays coaxial cable is of type RG-6 and that might explain why I cannot plug my coaxial cable into the port of the receiver as I was told that the RG-6 connector is bigger than the RG-59.
I don't think that buying an RG-6 coaxial cable will solve my problem because then the connector on one end of the cable would not screw into the plug on the wall. (The house I live in is rather old and has an old-style wall plug for coaxial cable.)
Is there some sort of RG-59 to RG-6 adapter that I can purchase? I am completely a novice with this kind of things and I sure need some help.