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Can Techwood DV925B connect to TV without SCART socket?

I am thinking of buying a Techwood DV925B to use with an old TV that does not have a SCART socket. Does this box have an RF modulator, so I can connect it by the aerial cable only?

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Modern day freeview boxes rarely have A modulator in them so you can not tune it to a channel on your tv it must be connected using scart lead.
Most freeview boxes have 2 scart sockets one for VCR & one for TV plug your scart leads in to the scart sockets of freeview they will be labled TV & VCR.
The scart labled TV goes to scart socket on the TV labled AV1 or 1
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