Question about RCA F38310 38" TV
The TV was bought in 2002 by my father-in-law. Does he need to hook up a analog/Digital converter? He does have a dish hooked up, but it is not in service. He just uses it as an antennae. We did try to install the converter, but did not get a signal.
No you do not need a converter box your television is digital ready. I use mine with a regular antenna and recieve many channels mostly High Definition and some analog you should notice that when your hooked to a quality HD antenna and assuming you are within broadcast distance you will be very surprised at the quality you will no longer have blury or faded pictures they will be crystal clear. This is because digital broadcast is either there or it's not. no inbetween although you can get what is called speckling thats where little dots pop up randomly the best olution to this problem is buy an additional antenna and run both antennas in through a splitter and this should clear that problem up redundancy is the answer
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