Question about Televison & Video
The cable company switched to digital just like everyone else, but that should not effect your viewing, they convert the channels back to basic cable so you can see the without having to do anything. If you want to watch "over the air" digital tv you need an outside antenna and television that can recieve digital signals, or put a digital convertor box on your set, but none of this makes any sense if you have cable because you are already getting the same channels over the cable.
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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