If you are subscribing to cable or satellite TV, then the answer is no; they will continue to send an analog signal to your TV. However if you are using an antenna to receive your broadcast, then you will need a converter. Broadcast TV (over the air) has switched to a digital signal for most of the channels as of June 12th.
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If this is an older standard tv it is analog only it's not capable of processing digital tv transmissions in any way by itself you will need a digital tv converter box. thats true for antenna reception or cable systems that supply a digital signal,with digital cable systems you will probably need their digital converter box over the air & digital cable converters are not compatable with each other.
If the audiovox does not have digital capability you will need a converter. The converter "converts" the digital signal back to the old signal so that your tv will recognize and play it. Thanks for using fixya.
I didn't see anything on the internet about the features.
Does your tv tuner have the capability of tuning into channels with a decimal point in them, then it should work. If your tv doesn't have that feature, chances are you will need a converter box, cable tv, or satellite.