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Does this television have a Digital Receiver or do I need a converter box to receive OTA transmissions?

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This set is digital.

Posted on Sep 17, 2010

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Reply from Matt633


If you are receiving OTA channels, you will need to have the converter box but if you have a cable TV converter or satellite receiver then you do not need the converter as the channels will come to the cable bix or satellite receiver and from there to your TV.

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You TV is able to receive Free to air Terrestrial Analog broadcasts by just connecting the antenna. However if you wish to receive Digital Terrestrial broadcasts (DVB), you need to obtain a digital receiver for Terrestrial Digital Broadcasts. It can be easily connected to your TV.
 

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