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Yes; your set was built only with an NTSC tuner that will be obsolete in the near future. I have surveyed as well as possible and procured Zinwell ZAT-970 converters for our back-up sets. (The new pretty ones will break fairly soon according to what I find here - keep your old set dry if you buy a new flat panel - you'll need it again.)
Hi, The TV has an analog tuner only and so is not DTV ready. You will require a seperate set top box to receive digital programs with it. If you have brought the set recently it should have had an appropriate warning label on it. If not ,you may have some come back with the store which sold it.(depends on the country where purchased)
All information I found indicated that this is an NTSC receiver and will require a converter box to receive the coming digital broadcast signals.
If you have cable or satellite, the drop-dead date is later and up to the provider.