Question about RCA D52W20 52" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television
I didn't realize my Sharp Aquos had this capacity. When my cable service had been switched off and came back on, I suddenly had these awesome channels of the same (NBC, CBS, ABC, etc.) which were so sharp and clear. Well recently we had another outtage in the area and the "cool channels" were gone. My cable company found out I had this type of "QAM" thing and scrambled it so I couldn't get it anymore.
Can they do this? If so, what's the purpose of having QAM? if your cable company will seek you out and nailya?
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
Doubt it. We ran HD through our small CATV system using consumer grade modulators but could only get them on the AIR frequencies, as we had very limited bandwidth as we had to carry 64 analog channels plus digital HITS packages for our Motorola DSxxx series boxes. Try plugging the CATV feed into the ANT input and do an autoprogram, or tell the tv to look on the AIR frequencies when it asks if you have CATV or AIR. Worth a shot though.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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