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I'm looking for rabbit ears/antenna for my Durabrand T.V.

Do I need a certain type? Do you have any suggestions on what kind to purchase and where I can purchase it? Note: My T.V. came with a single antenna but isn't compatible with the digital converter box I purchased and I want to get the T.V. switched before the conversion in February.

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Why can,t we get our zenith tv to work after the bid switch ? we have the box and new rabbit ears we only get a snow and lines. Yvonne

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Radio Shack, Wal-Mart, etc. all carry a selection of antennas that will work with your converter box. Depending on the strength of DTV signals in your area, you may need an amplified antenna (has a built-in booster) to get good reception. Analog broadcasts were watchable with a weak signal (the picture would just be fuzzy), but the digital system needs a good strong signal. The sales people may be able to suggest an antenna based on what other customers have purchased and their reports of how well they do. Outdoor antennas are also available if needed.

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