Question about Televison & Video
Several years ago, I purchased a small hand held portable, TV. So I face the same problem as do many others. What happens when the country goes from digital to analog? Well, I took the time to call casio's tech supoprt, and the answer they gave me was to cal back in, 2009. Because they did not know either what to do. May we can use them as a paper weight.
Even though it's small, it's still a TV with a standard tuner. So you could use it with a converter box if you really wanted to. You would need to connect the box to the TV's external antenna connector with an appropriate adapter. Then the TV would stay on channel 3 (or 4) while you change channels through the converter box. But just like any other set without the new tuner, once the regular broadcasting ends it won't be able to pick up digital channels.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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