I bought a Symphonic WF2702 TV about 4 years ago when most TVs were being sold with digital tuners, but I can find nothing in the owner's manual except that it has PLL Frequency Synthesized Tuning. Does anyone know for sure? I don't want to buy a converter box if I don't need one. Thanks.
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Most of the RCA GuidePlus Gold gemstar TVs worked with analog TV signals (NTSC) only. The Guide+ information was only broadcast in NTSC signals and is no longer being provided. If you can check the date of manufacture of the TV, you can use the size to check if it had an ATSC tuner added if it was made for the US market. 37"+ TVs had to have a digital tuner in second half of 2005. 25" TVs needed to have the ATSC tuner after March, 2006. The next year all TVs had to have a digital tuner.
I hope this helps. Please add a comment with the model number of the TV, if you would like me to confirm the tuner information on your set.
(The RCA F31317 TV with Guide+ was manufactured in 2000 and thus only has a NTSC tuner.)
No,all small tvs CRT tubes analoge tvs design under 35" none of the tvs have a digital tuner inside of it tv Tuner signal board.Must get a signal through a Digital Converter box to recieve a free on AIR broadcating channels from a Digital broadcasting signal.Tvs that are analoge CRT tubes design that have a Digital Tuner design inside of it are only some DLP tvs analoge CRT tube design 40" and above have it only.
The easiest way to respond to your questions is with a question of my own. Are you currently able to pick up any digital broadcasting from your local stations now, such as any HD broadcasts?
If your not then you may not have an built in digital tuner, but not to worry. It is true that if you subscribe to cable or satellite services they automatically covert your signal back to analog so the television can receive the programing. Otherwise I would suggest you look in to options for the digital tuner coupons. Information on the coupon program and other basic frequently asked questions can be found at: http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage.jsp?id=pcmcat120600050013&type=category
Since you are not using a set top box, you will probably only get channels up into the 70's, if available in your town, as most channels above this are digital, which analog cannot convert. As for the digital tuner, I have the same problen. It will not pick up any digital channels. Because of this, I have had to get a digital box(why in the hell should I have a digital tuner?) to recieve digital channels. I have the same tv you have, except a standard def. If you ever find out why your digital tuner won't work, I'd love to know myself. good luck, hope this helps.