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There is no difference between a "digital" and analog antenna. Either antenna will capture the signal. What you need is a digital converter box to convert the over air digital signal to the older analog type signal your TV needs. You connect the antenna to the digital converter box, and the digital converter box to the TV. Several years ago, the US government forced peopel to buy digital converter boxes or newer TVs that could pick up the digital signal. Either get a digital converter box or a new TV.
6 year old tv probably not digital ready. The converter box will work if tv is on channel 3 and you use a UHF antenna. Most converter box connections have 75 ohm connectors, your tv may have the round connector to accept the input signal. If you have screw on terminals on the tv you will have to go to Home Depot or Lowes and get a matching transformer to go between the tv and the converter box. UHF antenna can be made out of a coat hanger. Just make a circle clean the paint off ends and attach. Or just buy a digital booster antenna at WalMart.
Broksonic CTGV 2727 is an analog tv, so you'll need the converter if you use an antenna. If you're a cable tv subscriber, the cable provider will do the conversion on their end and you won't need the converter in that case.
In upstate N.Y. I know that when you go to buy the converter boxes that if you don't know to ask the store for a converter box that picks up the canadian channels as well as the american channels, the store won't tell you. You end up with a converter, half a converter I feel. Make sure you ask for the right one if you watch canadian tv.
The digital tuner has nothing to do with the new signal you will be receiving in February of next year. The new video signal is a digital signal. The old video signal is analog. Your television receives the analog signal and converts it to what you see on television. You need a converter box to convert the new digital signal back to an analog signal your television can convert.
hi. it is digital. if you go to... http://broksonic.com/
under contact us, they may be able to send you one or tell you where you can get one.
hope this helps you. i'll keep looking for the manual. let us know what you find out it could help others.