Question about Insignia Digital-to-Analog Converter for Analog TVs
Interesting question here.
Elderly relatives of mine moved to a house where the Cable was never turned off from the previous homeowner.
They cannot get TV Guide Channel now for example though, as it apparently went digital.
Based on the specs that I have read I am going to say you cannot hook up cable to the converter. Best thing to do would be to call cable company that provides service there and see if it was turned off on the billing side they probably just didn't come out and disconnect from the pole. That might give you service but missing some features such as tv guide channel. Now some tv's have tv guide built into them and maybe in the move that feature on the tv was turned off it they were using it that way before. Here is what the specs say about that converter:
Use this digital-to-analog converter to convert digital TV broadcast signals to analog signals on analog TVs with antenna-based reception.
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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