Question about Mitsubishi VS-50603 50" Rear Projection Television
I don't have cable TV.I have rabbit ear antenna,do i need a better one?All i see is static. What do i do?
You might also be having a problem with the tuner does the 50603 have digital tuner or old analog??
If it is older tuner then you need a converter box to recieve new digital signals. then if this is your answer an outdoor antenna always performs better and sometimes a power booster will help the inside antenna(rabbit Ears) good luck!
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
Indoor antennas have very limited capabilities especially in areas with elevation changes and heavy tree cover. Ideally, you should put an outdoor antenna on your roof or the highest elevation you can find with a relatively short distance to the TV. Make sure it has a good UHF section as this is where all digital broadcasts will be sent by the broadcasters as the digital transition occurs. You might try an amplified indoor antenna for better results than what you have now, but its no substitute for an outdoor antenna.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
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