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I have a Television I`m trying to find out wether it`s digital or not due to every television stations are changing to digital is mine digital?

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Sory to say that this set DOES NOT have the digital tuner required for over-air digital broadcasts. IT does have a digital tuner but only for cable and analog over-air stations. You would only be effected by the chagneover if you uise rabbit ears or a rooftop antenna. If you have cable or satelite or any other subscription TV service, you will not be effected.

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If your set says HDTV , this means "High Deffinition"

This means yes the set is capable of displaying the High Deffinitions of HDTV signal planned in the near future.

Also it means the set may contain a HighDeffinition Tuner.

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