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U have pay cable or satalite service tv incomming broadcasting signal.Yes,than ur tv no need for a DTV converter.Those pay boxes will revert back to analog signal for ur analog tv.If u planning to get free over the air broadcasting,than u need a converter box to convert digital signal to a analog tv.
Your TV does not have a digital tuner. You'll need a converter box for digital broadcast reception. Remember that if you're on a cable system or using a satellite receiver, your TV doesn't need to have digital tuning. It's only if you want to watch off-the-air broadcasts that you'll need the converter.
The "DTV ANSWERS" website says that any TV made since 2004, has a built-in digital tuner and will not require a digital converter box. If you currently receive your TV signals from your cable, satellite, or phone company, you won't need a converter box, even if you have an older non-digital TV. Only people with TVs made before 2004, will need to purchase a converter box, if they don't use TV signals from cable, satellite, or phone companies.
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