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Need info is this tv a analog or digital ?

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My understanding is that for the over-air channels, this TV has an analog tuner. If you currently have cable or satelite, you will not be effected by the change-over slated for February 2009.

Dan

Posted on Sep 08, 2008

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I have a RCA D52W20 rear projection HDTV. This TV was purchased in2005. I cancelled my cable and I just hooked up a digital antenna but the TV isn't finding any channels. What do I need to do? I was...


HDTV indicates the number of lines that are shown by the TV. (HD means that at least 720 lines can be displayed in a given picture.) To receive OTA signals, you need an ATSC tuner (digital) of sufficient power (with a clear path to the transmitter) these days. The RCA D52W20 was released in 2002 and only has an NTSC (analog tuner). You will need a digital-to-analog converter to receive OTA TV (unless any low power analog stations remain in your area).

Please note that the basic digital-to-analog converters that were available with the government coupon back in 2009 were SD (480i lines of pixels used) units. HD d-t-a converters exist but are more expensive.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(the phrase "digital antenna" is meaningless; check with tvfool.com or antennaweb.org for the direction of local transmitters. TVfool.com will give more information on the type of antenna (indoor, outdoor, amplifier) that you will need to receive channels in your area. Antennaweb assumes an external antenna but is very conservative in the stations that it will indicate that you can receive. Antennas are given a color rating based on how far away the transmitter can be to get a watchable signal. Since digital signals are either enough for the tuner to interpret or you get a "no signal" message, you often need a stronger signal than was needed to receive a watchable analog channel.)

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Hi! just need to know if my tv is ready for digital tv i have the sony kp-57ws520. i've hooked up my antenna and i still dont get a picture thanks for any info.


Your Sony KP-57WS520 television has an analog tuner, so you may need a digital tuner or a converter box to continue to receive over-the-air programming.
If you subscribe to a cable or satellite service, your television viewing should not be affected by the June 12, 2009, cut-off date for full-power analog broadcasting. Please contact your service provider for complete information.

Go here for more info:
http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/model-home.pl?mdl=KP57WS520&LOC=3

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I want to know if my Zeineth TV #B32A24Z is analog or digital


This is a Analog set. If you use an Indoor antenna or Outside antenna you will need a converter box. If you are on cable you won't need a box.

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No digital channels


This TV is not able to understand digital channels because its tuner is not able to find that band, it works only in analog channels. To be able to get HD channels is needed a decoder box that has digital tuner build in. for a tv to understand HD Channels with analog tuner is to us to try to speak at the same time different languages.

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Guide


This TV is analog, meaning there are no "straight digital" inputs, and the tuner itself is NTSC (analog), and not ATSC (digital). You will need a digital converter box to receive over-the-air (broadcast) digital television stations. This does NOT, however, preclude you from purchasing Digital Cable or Digital Satellite, and using the analog output on their converter boxes. The television will display high-definition images from those boxes and other sources.

I have the owner's manual in .pdf (adobe acrobat) format. Leave me your email address and I'll send it to you.

Thanks,
Rob

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Digital or Analog?


Click this link to get more info about you TV. Is HD compatible.

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My JVC tv Is in digital and i want it in Analog


Look to see if your remote has a button with A/D on it. That is the button to press to switch back and forth between the analog and digital tuners.

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Do I have an analog or digital TV ?


You have an ANALOG set. After 2/17/09, you will need to be connected to cable, satellite or get a convertor box to watch this set.

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Tv


no you will need the converter which will allow analog tuners to recieve digital signals

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HITACHI ULTRASCAN 53FDX01B TV- do I need analog to digital conversion box ?


you do not have a digital tuner if that is what you mean. if you have a cable box you do not need to worry about this stuff but if you want to pick up over the air signals sometime next year you will need some type of hd to sd converter

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