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I have a VIORE TV model LC20V21. I hooked up a HD air antenna and rest TV to air and scanned but no channels coming up after full scan.

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I carried my Westinghouse TV to the basement. Unplugged the antenna from the digital converter box and connected it to my digital TV. I then re-scanned for channels and found channel 9. After carrying the Westinghouse TV back upstairs, I connected the original set-up and tuned to channel 9 which was now showing on the screen as no signal. From that point I moved my VHF dipoles until I had located the correct position for reception. A little labor intensive, but I was fortunate to have another antenna that was receiving channel 9.

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In the main settings, there should be an option for AIR or CATV, air is for non-cable and CATV is for cable tv. This has to be on the correct setting before you autoscan

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SOURCE: I am still trying to scan the air channels, I am

Hi Tat2,

First: If you do not have a cable hookup, if you are using an antennae, you should get a converter box.

It handles the scanning, the decoding of sub-channels (I have four OPB channels), signal strength filtering. It's remote, controls both the box and your TV.

It hooks up between your TV and antenna. Set your TV to channel 4, click the on button. The first time menu comes up, scans the channels and lets you know when its done. You'll find channels you never knew existed.

They're easy.

Best regards
Mike

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HLP4663W is not able to receive digital channels. You need a digital tv converter box to receive those digital channels.

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HDMI input works ok. Hooked up external antenna. Did channel scan. It will only scan for analog channels. Has analog raster on screen. It has no information on menu page for digital channel scan.


do you have the air option in the scan menu see
http://tv.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/sanyo/dp42841.html
page 9 important fact cable digital gets wiped by air digital channels

You may be able to get around this via a digital hd tv decoder box and then have it on a hdmi input on the TV as a backup to the cable if you can't have both cable digital channels stored and aerial digital channels stored

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Do I need an hd convert box to get free channels


If you have a digital tv then no. Go to menu, click on input, click tuner or tv, click antenna, run auto scan for channels. Make sure antenna is hooked up. Digital antenna is preferred but not mandatory. If you're not getting channels move antenna re-scan for channels. Hope this helps!

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Just bought a !9" digital flat screen Apex. Hooked it to an indoor HDTV antenna. All I can get is "NO SIGNAL". What do I try next?? Bob E, Technical Dunce over 80.


Bob, If you have an hd ready tv, and hooked up the Ant. then the next thing you should do is go to your menu and select the tv feature and then scan for channels. This should program the channels for you. Most TV setups are like this. You should have a option for cable or antenna/tv input. select Antenna. You r should be good to go once the channel scan is done.

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I have a RCA LCD TV model no. RLC3708A and when hooking it up when I took it out of box, I got to


I think you are confusing the channel on the tv and the channel of the cable company that is not something that you can pick up with the scan tv, scan tv is good for picking up local channel meaning air channel that we get with a antenna only not the cable chanel

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Whilst watching digital channel, tv suddenly said channel not tuned. Same problem with all channels. Now comes up channels not stored, and when trying auto start up, says no channeels found.


Ur tv,u are using and getting a over the AIR free broadcating tv channels signal wright?Ur antenna are using,have problems might not work anymore in ur area.Tries manual channels scanning ur tv should get it back or buy a better antenna deign like a Digital antenna design for a hook it up for a better signal prob and longer signal ranges tries scanning for Free over the AIR channels again should solved this problems.

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How do I set up my tv, for auto scan I thought I needed a digital converter, I just learned that I do not. Do I need an antenna of any kind at all. I am very confused. I really would like to talk with...


If you are trying to program free HD off air you will need a UHHF antenna attached to the ATSC hook up on back of TV then have TV scan for channels available. If you are hooking up a "cable" box or satellite receiver that will just get hooked up with the output of the box going to an appropriate input on your TV. If you are just taking a cable from wall (being used as an antenna) then hook that up to the QAM antenna connection on tv and scan for channels once that is hooked up.

Hope this helps - if not please be more specific on what you are trying to hook up to what input.

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How to hook up to hd tv


Use the highest resolution connection your HD TV will allow. This will usually DR570's HDMI connector. Most all digital video devices have one or more. The DR570 has an HDMI OUT. Connect it to any HDMI IN connector on your TV. You will then need to set the TV's Input selection to the Input Number you connected the DR570 to. See your TV Remote or Manual.

The DR570 has three types of output connection options, in order of quality; HDMI, Component(Red/Blu/Grn RCA jacks), S-Video (circular connector), and composite (Red/Wht/Yel, where Yel is video and Red/Wht are left/right stereo audio). Red/Wht RCA Audio jack connections are required to be made on all Output types excepting HDMI.

Note, to get your Digital channels, you will need to toggle the DR570's DTV/TV button. DTV is Digital TV channels. TV is analog channels, the DR570 found on your Cable or Antenna RF input coax, after you have done the Setup/General/Channels/Scan (extended). Scan only finds analog channels. Extended Scan scans for both Analog and Digital channels found active on your Cable/Antenna RF connection.

Note also, the DR570 is not technically and HD receiver. The term High Defintion (HD) is reserved to mean 1080i or p resolution, the highest available. The DR570 is an Extended Definition (ED) 720i or p receiver. It up-converts its ED to fit an a 16:9 HD TV screen. You will hardly notice the difference on your TV, but it is the difference between watching a DVD Movie on a standard DVD player, like this one, as opposed to a full HD player like a Blue Ray.

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I am still trying to scan the air channels, I am hooked up to an antenna and can only get the Spanish channels. How do I get all the digital channels?


Hi Tat2,

First: If you do not have a cable hookup, if you are using an antennae, you should get a converter box.

It handles the scanning, the decoding of sub-channels (I have four OPB channels), signal strength filtering. It's remote, controls both the box and your TV.

It hooks up between your TV and antenna. Set your TV to channel 4, click the on button. The first time menu comes up, scans the channels and lets you know when its done. You'll find channels you never knew existed.

They're easy.

Best regards
Mike

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I notice that on mine, the positioning of the included tv antenna is very, very, very finicky. I also don't know how to "add" a new channel other than to hook it to the big house antenna and pick "re-scan" (or auto-scan or whatever it's called).

So I think your best bet is to pick a better antenna or know that even the tiniest fiddling with the antenna makes a diff. Sometimes, I even have the antenna horizontal (using the magnet) to get the good reception on a given channel. Seems like a hassle except that what should I expect from a tiny antenna....

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