Question about JVC AV-32820 32" TV
Is this tv model digital antennae ready or do I need an adapter?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if you are going to continue using the rooftop antenna, then you will nee to purchase a digital converter box. Those television sets are only analog. You do have an option to get Directv or Dish network and you will not need a converter box at all. Directv and Dish network are 100% Digital and the receivers work as converter boxes for that product only.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
If you have cable running to your house, cable still uses RF and older TVs work fine. The problem comes when you try to grab stations from the air. The signal is still UHF, but the information riding on that UHF signal is digital, and will need a converter box to turn it back to analog so your older TV will understand it. . Cable: None needed. . Antenna: Need a box.
Posted on Nov 25, 2009
When you have an S-video input you often won't have a feature (menu) selection for that function specifically. The S-video is usually an alternative input for a specific video input. e.g. Video 1, Video 2 and etc. The action of actually inserting the S-video cable will select that function automatically. Make sure that your input matches the video input that you have selected and just hook it up. It will work.
Posted on Mar 31, 2010
SOURCE: Is jvc av-32d503 digital ready
Looks like you'll need a converter.
Here's some background info:
Analog TVs were made up until 2007.
Digital tuners for over the air signals are called "ATSC tuners".
To tell if your TV has one:
-If the TV was sold as a "HDTV" or "DTV", it's supposed to have an ATSC tuner built in to it. "HD ready TVs" do not have a digital tuner.
-Check the specs in the owners manual or google the make & model of the TV to see if it has an ATSC tuner.
-If your TV's menu has an option for scaning for digital channels, then it has an ATSC tuner. If it dosen't have a way to scan for digital channels, then it doesn't have a digial tuner.
Most DTVs also have a digital QAM tuner that is used in some (but not all) cable systems.
Posted on Jun 11, 2011
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