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Got to know the model number of your tv. If the set is only atv then you would need a decoder box to convert digital signal from antenna or cable company to analog channel or to composite input on the tv.
You will need a digital to analog converter which you can get at Radio Shack, Best Buy and most big box retail outlets or online. Your Coby is most likely analog and will require the digital signal to be converted to an analog signal from the digital converter box to the TV. UNLESS the digital converter box has analog (round connectors on the back) then you just need an analog RCA cable (which you can also get almost anywhere even your local CVS/Walgreens) to make the connection.
U mean a digital converter box for getting free broadcasting DTV airing channels?No,this tv it is a digital tv,just require a roof or a good digital antena.Hook it up with the antena and goto tv menu go to setup go down to Ch.pick AIR not CABLE and go into scanning for DTV channels after that tv will get all the free broadcasting DTV air channels.
U want free air DTV?Yes,have a good Digital antena or a roof antena hood up to ur tv.Goto the tv menu.Goto SETUP go down to Ch.setup enter and pick AIR not CABLE.Enter it again for scanning for DTV free air channels.After done the scanning u should have all the free DTV free air channels.
This tv a LCD tv have digital tuner in side,doesn't reguire a DTV converter box.Just have a good strong signal antena.Goto Menu goto setup pick AIR not Cable enter scan will get all the free air DTV broscasting chanels.
What box are u taking about?The DTV free air signal converter box?No,ur tv is a LCD tv right?Just have a good antena like a roof or a digital antena.Or u talking the paying subcribing Cables companies boxes,Satalites Dish companies boxes,or the Telecom companies like Verizon,AT&T boxes.
Your question is confusing. If you have cable, you don't need a DTV converter box.
If your cable company has switched to digital cable, they will provide you a box, and the cable should go from the wall into the box, then into your TV.
If you don't have cable but instead rely on an antenna, then the wire will go from the antenna into the DTV box, then from the DTV box into the back of the TV. If you're using a regular coaxial cable to go from the DTV box into the television, the TV should be set to channel 3. If you're using the red-yellow-white RCA wires between the DTV box and the television, the TV must be tuned to "Aux," "Line In," "Input Select," or whatever it's labeled on your particular set.
I believe this tv has a built in digital tuner. To verify this, using your remote attempt to change the channel to say 3-1 or 3.1 if you have a digital tuner this is how a digital channel will show up. Also if you go into your menu under channel scan you should see a choice named dtv. And finally on the back you will have a coax connecter named dtv. The latter is not always true. If it does turn out to be standard format tv, you can still purchase a digital set-top box that will decode digital for you. Keep in mind that you must have a good uhf off air signal in your area to recieve digital signals. Good luck.