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I HAVE A GO-VIDEO DV2150 COMBO, WILL I STILL ABLE TO USE THE BUILD IT TUNER WHEN ANTENNA TV SWITCH FROM ANTI LOG TO DIGITAL TV IN FEB 2009

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If you are using cable now, YES. If not, NO.

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