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The analog part works just fine, but the digital tuner for some reason doesn't see the digital broadcasts. If I connect an NTSC tv to the antenna, it works fine, but same antenna on the tuner card does not . .

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Dear,
check the settings given in Tunercard software, hope it will work
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