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Dominic, you do not state whether you want large outdoor antenna or simple indoor.
If you bought your HDTV anytime during the past 8 years or so, it should have a built-in tuner for receiving digital over-the-air broadcasts. If you have an older "HDTV-ready" TV that only receives analog signals, you'll need to connect it to a separate HDTV tuner.
link below tells how to install outdoor digital TV antenna.
press the helpful button. How to Install Digital TV Antenna Digital TV Help
I do not think there is a specific part number for cables and connectors, You need car stereo connector and RCA cables, if you tell me where you are located I can find seller shipping connectors and cables to your area.
It really depends upon your TV. If your TV is newer and has an ATSC tuner in it, then no - you'll just need the antenna. However, if your TV is older and doesn't have an ATSC tuner, you'll need an external tuner, what you're calling digital convertor, and an antenna to get the local channels. Use Google or another search engine to find the specifications for your TV to see if it has an ATSC tuner. Or, connect an antenna to your TV, run the channel scan (off-air antenna mode) to see if you get any local channels. If you don't, you'll need the external tuner.
Confusing question! The CM-7001 is meant to be used for displays or monitors that have no means of connecting an antenna and don't have a built-in tuner. HDMI to HDMI would be the correct way and make sure you select the proper HDMI port. Or use the other video and audio cable connections.
No need,you must have only the antenna for internet,like smart broadband to watch online channel all you want to do is look only for the website that has an available online channel. It is also possible to installed a TV tuner to your computer but the antenna you will used is the antenna for TV(coaxial cable). The Antenna for internet and the TV tuner is separated, it is not the same antenna.
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kinda sounds like you may have used your motorized antenna trigger wire as your remote wire to your amp. if you switch out of AM/FM, it is designed to lower the power antenna, when AM/FM is switched on, it raises the antenna.
If auto search is going on smoothly, and there is no stations on air is memorized, and display no signal, there are tow possibilities. The first one is antenna is not connected properly. Check the antenna connection for firm. The second one is tuner fault. If the tuner inside the tV is faulty, or it does not gets proper voltage to work, this type of fault land display will see on screen. Check if proper voltages are comming to the tuner section in circuit board. If voltages are ok, and still there is no signal display, just check it with external video input. That is, connect it to any dvd or cd with AV connector, and set the TV to AV mode and play a disc. If there is picture, the video side of your TV is OK. If not, Video-chroma-RF jungle IC is faulty, and not the tuner. OK.
In most cases the antenna plug directly into the back of the radio. But GM came up with this crazy 3 piece stereo system. You have the display/selector, the tape deck/EQ, and the tuner. The antenna will be pluged into the tuner which is buried deep into the dash above the acceleator slightly to the right. I have installed close to 100 stereos and this threw me for a loop. Follow the tape deck/eq wiring harness to find it. Happy hunting.
the headrest from the car seat and remove its upholstery. Trace the
outline of the TV's mounting frame onto the foam cushioning with a
a hole into the foam using a razor knife for the frame to fit into.
Using the frame as a guide, whittle into the hole until it is deep
enough for the frame to fit into. Glue the frame into the hole with
contact cement and poke another hole into the foam with a screwdriver
where the frame's cable hole is.
Place the headrest's upholstery cover back on and cut the fabric away where it is over the frame.
the TV into the frame once the contact cement is dry and hard and run
its cable through the other hole. Connect the TV to its tuner console
with audio/video cables and store the tuner under the seat.
the TV's power adapter cable and route it so it can plug into a
cigarette lighter adapter. If it doesn't use one of these, it will have
a three-way cable where one connects to the car starter, another to a
constant 12-volt source and the last one to a good ground. Disconnect
the negative battery cable before connecting any wires
Make sure there is a metal sheet installed in the ceiling below the headboard. This is needed to mount the overhead player onto.
away the upholstery on the ceiling. This might require a solvent that
will remove the upholstery's adhesive. Insert a plywood or metal sheet
between the headboard and upholstery and glue it to the upholstery.
the TV set to the ceiling, making sure the screws for the TV's mount
are securely screwed into the sheet within the ceiling.
the wires to the engine compartment if the TV doesn't use an adapter
plug for the cigarette lighter. With the negative battery cable
unplugged, connect the TV's red wire to the starter's electrical
connector, the yellow to the battery or other 12-volt source and the
black to a metal ground like on the chassis.
Unplug both battery cables from the car's battery, starting with the negative terminal.
the stereo from the car. Pry away and remove any trim panels on the
dash, then unscrew the mounting screws on the stereo and disconnect the
electrical connectors. Some stereo units have an anti-theft mounting
system requiring special tools that fit into holes on the stereo front
to release its mounting clips.
Place the TV within an installation kit designed for your model car.
Connect the antenna's cable to the TV and mount the antenna on the
outside of the car; the trunk or the roof near the door frame are two
possible locations. Route the cable along the weatherstripping or
secure it to the side with cable ties.
the TV to its tuner box with RCA video (composite) cables and store the
tuner somewhere secure, like the glove box. Wire the TV to the radio
antenna and stereo connectors with a wiring harness designed for your
car, which can be purchased at a car audio supply store.
the TV into the stereo's old spot within the dash, fasten all the
mounting screws and replace the trim panels. Reconnect the battery
cables once the set is mounted, starting with the positive terminal.
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If your KENWOOD unit is experiencing audio problems (NO Audio), but do have audio when TUNER is selected as the source, you may have problems with your installation.
NOTE: If using an external amplifier or the unit was installed using a separately purchased wiring harness for your specific vehicle, please check the following
If Using an External Amplifier
The P.CONT or REMOTE terminal on the external amplifier requires a “turn on” signal from the stereo. This terminal should be connected to the BLUE/WHITE P.CONT wire on the Kenwood harness and not the solid BLUE ANT.CONT wire.
If Using a Vehicle Specific Harness The vehicle has a factory installed amplifier and requires a “turn on” signal from the stereo. Make sure that the BLUE/WHITE P.CONT wire is connected to the vehicle specific harness and NOT the sold BLUE ANT.CONT wire.
The solid BLUE ANT. CONT wire is used to trigger a power antenna ONLY when the tuner is selected as the source. Using this wire to “turn on” an external amplifier or factory installed amplifier will only allow it to work when TUNER is selected. Please refer to your instruction manual for proper installation. If you are not completely comfortable with installing the unit yourself, we recommend that you seek assistance from a professional installer.