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Digital ready? is this tv model digital ready; i currently use an antenna but will have to get direct tv prior to the change over; i would like to know if this tv will handle the change to digital

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That model is not DTV capable, however if you switch to Direct TV or Dish Network, then the receiver takes care of the conversion for you. Else, you will need the converter box.

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