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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I am not absolutely positive, but I do not think you will be able to get ANY TV after the transition without a converter box, unless you hook up to cable or a dish. IF your Tv were able to get HD, it would say so on the set...
I live w/ a son & DIL and we have Direct TV so we can already get HD programs, but since none of our sets are High DEF we do not get them IN high Def.... I also have two small TVs,- one in the spare bedroom and one in my computer/ library... both of those are hooked up with old fashioned antannae..[ I also have a VCR hooked up to each]. I have added a converter box to each and can already get more stations than I did before and the picture is better,
although it is NOT in High Definition; You have to have a High Definition TV to get programs in that foremat, although you can get a GOOD program; so it was worth the small amount I paid for the boxes... I got the Government discount coupons so they were reasonable...
Last week one of the local 'Best Buy' stores advertised the converter boxes for as low as $9.99 w/ the coupon... I think the Gov'mt has run out of funds, however.
I hope this answers your question...
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
Get a roof or digital antena.Will give u better signal.HD 1080i CBS,NBS check that if u have that in 1080i well able to get HD on the set.U might have a 720p tv set.
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
SOURCE: off air antenna hook up
You probably have to set the tv to run on the input jacks your antenna is plugged in to. In other words these newer tv's have 2 or 3 inputs and they only run on the input it is set on, if not the right one you must change the setting. On mine there is a button next to the on/off button on the set which is inputs, keep pressing that button and it cycles through inputs till you get the right one. When tv first comes on it flashes the name of the current input on the screen--think they all do that. If input is hdmi, it refers to the hdmi socket, if composit (I think) then it refers to the rca jacks that are red, white, yellow, may be more than one of either. In this way you could have cable on one input, a video player on another, and cable on still another by switching desired input. I use a UHF antenna but it didn't work till I got the right input and then searched for stations studying the menu for station setup, have to set up the stations first, it will configure settings for each station, and have it do that before you can expect to find and receive stations. With correct input you should get a blue screen or something with printing if input is right, click your menu button and will see the menu and then find where to configure stations setup, otherwise it is totally black and nothing happens, nothing responds, that's the wrong input.
Posted on Sep 30, 2011
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