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You would want to purchase a TV tuner card for your PC if you are wanting to watch cable TV. There are multiple brands available. They are available in PCI Slot form, USB and PCI-X. Of the available choices they are either Analog, Digital or both. You would want to read reviews on the many different ones in order to make a better choice. Hope this helps.

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