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Just got my 32" and am not clear on whether it can be connected directly to cable wire or if it has to go through the converter box. Thoughts?

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Yes it should be fed through the coverter box, otherwise you'll not be able to get any digitally enhanced channels. If it is HD you definately need to use the converter/cable box.

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