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What video "input" sockets are on the side/back of your TV -- HMDI? S-Video? VGA ? Composite? Component? Coaxial?
What video "outputs" does your computer have -- HDMI? S-Video? VGA? Composite? Component? Coaxial?
Have you considered using a Google "ChromeCast" device -- it connects to a HDMI-input on your TV, and software on your PC wirelessly transmits the video signals from your computer to your wireless router to the wireless-receiver inside the ChromeCast ?
I'm assuming you are getting more than two digital channels into the converter so the problem lies in how the converter is connected to the TV, which I presume is via a coaxial cable, right and you have the TV tuned to analog channel 3 or 4, right?
If that is all true, the RF coax cable solution is not going to work. The few channels you were getting, either side of 3 or 4 is just RF bleed.
Try this, acquire somehow a A/V hookup cable that has 3 RCA male jacks on each end. One cable will have YELLOW ends, This is composite VIDEO. There will be two others colored RED and WHITE (or perhaps black). This is for the AUDIO. The outputs on the converter and the inputs should be colored the same way. Hook the two up, noting which INPUT (1, 2 or 3) on the TV you have plugged into. Not sure of the exact number your TV has. Make sure you change the TV to INPUT whatever. You may also have to re-scan your converter. As long as your antenna is connected correctly gto the converter you should gain a lot more channels. Let me know how you make out.
make sure you are connecting your wireless head phone base unit to the audio OUT jacks on your tv. many tv's now have several in/out jacks that all look alike. if your head phones are not stereo, then plug it into the RED audio OUT jack. if still problems, let me know
I had the same problem with my unit. Amber light was on and humming sound comming from speakers. Motherboard had to be repaired by ICEBOX dealer that sold me my unit. Their website is www.lordantech.com
to my understanding,LCD can only be connected as monitor ,not to become a computer itself.if ever it can be use as one, you'll need all the basic of the computer accessories.wireless modem can be use as long as there is a slot for or the unit is compatible for a wireless connection.check first if there is a socket for keyboards and everything before buying.since it can be connected only by vga cable, i assume that it is for monitor use only,unless you want to use two monitors at the same time.