Question about Insignia Digital-to-Analog Converter for Analog TVs
There are some channels that i get with my antenna that i don't get with the converter. They are fuzzy but i get them. Why? Also i am running a philips MANT940 Indoor/outdoor amplified flat panel atenna UHF / HDTV digital. It has a inline signal booster. The channels i get in with it are perfect. Then again the cheaper MANT510 gave me the same results (I am taking the MANT940 back to the store) Word to the wise just get the 25-30 dollar antenna and get one that supports hd if you need it. Get the digital antennas,I don't care what they say it's better! Thanks
If your channel was fuzzy in analog then you will not get it in digital because digital is pretty much all or nothing. I would try a an antenna with longer signal range.
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