Question about GPX Televison & Video
Since the TV has a digital and an analog tuner, you just need to connect to an antenna with the strength to receive your local channels and point the antenna at the station transmitter (or at least close to the correct direction). antennaweb.org and tvfool.com will both provide some information on the available channels in your area. Antennaweb is very conservative in the list it provides (even with the assumption of an external antenna). tvfool will provide information on the antenna that is most likely to work to get a given channel at your location.
Next set the source to TV and use the menu to search for channels. (Digital channels will only be found if the signal strength is sufficient for the tuner to resolve.)
I hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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