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Can Philips TV Model No. 34PW9815/17 accept digital signals?

I read that the AV4 input accepts digital signals.  How do I connect my antenna to this input?

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  • palmfreak546 Jan 16, 2009

    It answers the problem of whether or not I need a converter box. I'm not sure I understand the comment concerning an "a/v connection expander". Does that mean I can hook the antenna directly to AV4 or does it mean from the converter box?

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You will need a converter box to receive digital but if you would like to hook up your antenna to your tv you will need a a/v connection expander kit. Stores like radio shack carry them.

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A regular antenna does not carry any digital signal, I think you need a converter box on this TV, then connect the box to any AV input.

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1. Call the cable company and ask for digital signals to be sent without a box (requires a cable card).

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