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I have a Sanyo CLT2054 TV. Does have a digital tuner so I can receive digital signals from a DVR and Digital broadcasts? Neill Parkin

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Salutations nrparkin,

I hate to say there maybe some misunderstanding of the features of your television. After reading your owners manual it shows that you should only be able to pick up standard NTSC analog boradcasts not the ATSC digital broadcast standard.

Your television is a EDTV which means its an Enhanced Definition Television allowing a display of 480P. You may still need a digital converter to pick up the current and future digital broadcasts over the air.

Hope this helps.
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Posted on May 15, 2008

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