Question about Televison & Video
There are a few things to consider here. First, if you are using cable or satelite, the changeover has no effect on you anyway. If you are using an antenna, the changeover to a digital broadcast signal has already been in place for a while. The set should be able to auto-detect these signals. I believe that most of the models from 2005 on had digital signal tuners available. This is not the same as a "digital" tuner. A digital tuner only means that the stations are tuned digitally but are still analog signals. The changeover will be to change the analog signals to digital ones that require a smaller frequesny band for broadcast thus opening up more space for additional channels.
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Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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