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Yes, you will need a digital converter box for this model. There are some available on amazon.com for about $50, or you can pick one up at your local electronics store like Best Buy for about the same price or slightly higher.
Here is the official government website about digital conversion, which should answer any more questions you have: http://www.dtv.gov/buyconverter.html
You can go online to the digital tv website and check your area for signal strength. All you do is punch in your area code and it will tell you if your able to get any channels. In your set up screen you can run a channel scan. Most of the time you need a good digital antennea which is something they don't tell you. I purchased one for about fifty dollars and it still don't work all that great I got a very weak signal.........So Good Luck and I hope this information was helpful to you Thank You For Using Fixya.Com! Have A Great Day! : )
pretty much if the television is older than a year-it probably has analog tuner. you can buy digital box (add-on) i have one and it does make picture nice. about 40.00 bucks. i'm ot sure if they still offer the card that gives you a 40.00 dollar off. look up digital converter box. good-luck, hope this helps!
www.radioshack.com , get a digital stream 1500150, I sell them, they work wonderful. I personally have been selling them for over a year now, and I've only ever had to exchange one once (and we do thousands :-) )
I have a Panasonic TV with built-in VCR, I had Comcast put in a converter box and was given instructions on how to set up the system to record my wife's programs, I had to select the program (in advance of scheduled time) to be recorded through the TV & converter box to the VCR. Next styep- select "Show" and I received a menu the first of which was "R" I clicked the "R" and a menu for selecting Repeat record start/stop times appeared Click OK and was then directed to to set up the VCR according to Panasonic VCR instructions. Worked for a day then the "R" menu on the converter box disappeared. Both the VCR and TV had to be set to Ch 3 to get it to work, But that's history. When it quit working ("R" menu), I had Comcast come get their box . PS The tech who showed up to pick up the converter box knew nothing about any "R" (record) menus except on the most ecpensive converter box. That cinched my decision, Oh Wel!. Sign me Tom with less trash to watch.