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Analog TV broadcasting is done now. Unless your TV has a digital tuner already built in, you'll need a converter box to get any channels now. The DVD player part will still work, as you've already discovered. If your TV does have a digital tuner, try going through the setup and scan for channels.
Look here, there is a phone were you can call and ask, as you can read, this article says nothing about that feature so I think is not digital ready, is a verry good combo and I never see one in my shop or other shop in my area that means is a good one, if you live in US or in a US posesion as Pueerto Rico the federal gob. will give you a $40 dollar value to buy a digital to analog converter......good luck and rate me