Question about Televison & Video
I have the Trutech PLV31199S1 and I was trying to get it connected now that we've switched over to digital but none of the rabbit ears I have work. I get a frozen, glitchy picture and not much or no audio. I wanted to make sure that this model does have a Digital Tuner, I'm assuming it does since I am getting some picture and when I look on the menu it says DTV Signal is bad, but I wanted to make sure. And I was wondering if anyone had any possible solutions.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Philips CCB130AT02 TV/VCR combo
Is this an Analog TV? Does it have a picture tube and not an LCD or plasma screen? Most likely this is a Analog TV.
If it is an Analog TV (and I would bet that it is), then no, it does not have a digital (QAM) tuner to pick up DTV broadcasts. The fact that it has a VCR also indicates that its an Analog TV.
If you are picking up your TV signals from an outside antenna and not cable, then yes, you will need a converter box to convert the new digital signals to Analog so that you can continue to use your TV set.
If you are using cable to receive your channels, the cable company already provides the conversion for you and your TV will continue to work as before.
The government is giving out coupons to help consumers defray the costs of purchaing a converter box. The following sites are good places to obtain more information.
Posted on Feb 06, 2008
SOURCE: Digital TV
It does have a tuner built into it.
It is not a hd or digital tuner.
Posted on Feb 23, 2008
SOURCE: digital tuner
I don't have this unit, but guessing from it's description on Amazon.com, I'd figure that it is analog-only. So you would need a converter.
Here's the thing: all U.S. broadcasters are transmitting the new DTV signals NOW - in addition to the old analog signals. If a TV has a digital tuner, you should be able to use it now to see those DTV signals. Check your setup menu for options like ATSC.
One hint, the new signals use channel designations like 7.1 or 7-1 or 7-1HD. And some stations will have virtual channels, i.e., 7.1, 7.2, 7.3. If you can't get your TV to scan channels and show the numbers in that fashion, it isn't using a digital tuner.
Posted on Mar 03, 2008
are there screw terminals that it connects too? if not but the wire is exposed like you said splice into it add in one of the transformers that has the rf end on the end of it. i would recomend some strain relief
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
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