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$60 - $80 for a decent one, cheaper than that and you're working with junk.

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If you don't have a converter box from previous frequencys to the new digital, which you are citing, you're out of luck. It may be time to find a lightly used digital. The converter box may be difficult to find and it's cost would give you a good start for the digital tv. Perhaps a combination tv and computer monitor if you are thinking about a new monitor.

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Can I connect two tv to one television converter box to watch local channels


If neither TV has a digital TV tuner, you will only be able to watch one channel on both TVs with one converter box. You will also need some sort of RF repeater if you want the person in the second room to change the station without moving the box. You will need a splitter/amplifier connected to the converter box TV out. (I'll assume you are using the coax out.) If you will only watch one TV at a time, then use an A/B switch on the converter box TV out.

If one of the TVs has a digital tuner, put the splitter/amplifier between the antenna and the converter box and the TV with the digital tuner.

Note: amplifier/splitters and switches do fail. If you get a "no signal" message, take out the splitter and connect the converter box directly to the antenna or one of the TVs depending on your set up.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(I use an A/B switch between the antenna and the TV and converter box for feeding an old VCR/DVD recorder.)

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Is this tv digital ready?


The Hitachi 61SDX01B only has an NTSC tuner (analog). You will need a set-top box to watch digital (ATSC (OTA) or QAM (unencrypted digital cable) signals. For OTA signals, the digital-to-analog converter boxes that were sold with the government coupon were limited to SD output. HD converter boxes are available but cost more.

I wish that I had better news for you.

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My converter box is bad, can i fix it myself or what would it cost to fix?


How can my converter box be fix what do I do or where can we go to get fix help me out please.

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My Magnavox digital converter box shuts itself off every 5 minute


Check that you have not got an auto power off setting on. Check that the aerial connections are good. That the signal is strong from the stations it is picking up. Weak signals can cause the box to shut down.
It the box is very hot when it shuts down, you might have a fault on it.

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I had to cancel cable TV because of cost and now I can't connect my VCR with the converter using an older TV (from 1991). I will use VCR to record and watch videos. I have tried everything but nothing...


HOOK ANT TO THE CONVERTER BOX OUT OF THE CONVERTER TO THE INPUT OF THE VCR OUT OF THE VCR TO THE TV TURN THE BOX TO THE CHANNEL YOU WANT TO REC.PUT THE VCR CHANNEL ON 3 OR 4 AND THE TV ON 3 OR 4 THIS WILL WORK

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My area went to hd tv and now i can't listen to the tv stations


You can purchase a converter box that will allow you to pick up the digital broadcasts.

This should only apply to you if you were getting your tv shows over the air with an outside antenna.

If you do need the converter box, you have until July 31 09 to apply for a $40.00 coupon that you can use to help offset the cost of the new converter box.

You can apply for the coupon at this website https://www.dtv2009.gov/ which also has a lot more information related to the digital conversion.

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DP models are already digital there is no need of a converter box. connect a outdoor antenna to the tv directly.

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RCA CONVERTER BOX ON SONY TV NO SIGNAL


you need a digital antena for the box cost at radio shack about $80
also needs to be pluged in
sounds funny but all of us forget to plug things in now and then lol
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Digital ready?


Deacon J,
You will need a digital converter box OR high definition tuner for the transition. What's the difference? A converter box will only output a standard definition signal, either on channel 3 or by composite or S video cables. A high definition tuner will allow you to watch the new digital broadcasts in hi-def, assuming they are transmitted in hi definition. The converter boxes are the cheaper option and you can get a coupon from the government for a $40 rebate on the box, but I would opt for the hi-def tuner fo the better picture quality.CNET has a good write up on the transition here:
http://www.cnet.com/1990-7874_1-5108580-3.html
I did some looking and about the cheapest hi-def tuner I could find was $150, which is 3 times what a converter box would cost. I would expect the cost to fall on the tuners over time. Perhaps a converter box may be a good solution until the prices fall, if they do. The problem is that not many companies are making the tuners, as most TV's already have a hi-def tuner built in, so there isn't a big market for the add-on tuners. I hope this answers your questions.

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