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Because the unit isn't likely to have an coaxial external cable input, there is no simple way to achieve this.
Full-size sets not equipped for digital signals can accept the down-converted signal from a converter box that receives the digital signal and converts it to NTSC standards for older sets.
Direct reception of the new signal requires an ATSC tuner and there is no way to provide that for your hand-held.
It would be possible to use the output of a converter box clipped onto the antenna of your Casio and see the channels the converter box can receive but your hand-held wouldn't be very portable anymore.
if you have cable / satellie (you have nothing to worry about, your carrier will handle this automatic). now if you have a regular antenna and the new govt issue converter plus adapters that are needed you will be able to continue watching your 92 mag.
According to CASIO website in Japanese, their portable TVs are not supporting Digital broadcasting and decided to cease production. Thus it will not receive Digital broadcasting. Although, EV-570 composite AV Input should still work for Camera, VCR, etc., I have not tried to connect to the DAC box. My portable DVD without TV tuner worked with DAC box and now can watch digital TV program!