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LCD TV Is it possible to connect an existing aerial co-axial cable and plug to any hd ready lcd tv?

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HD ready does not mean it has a digital tuner.
don't know what TV model you have but any TV with a coaxial connector will receive the analog broadcast. However; if your TV is not equipted with a digital tuner, you will need a set top box when analog broadcasts stop transmitting in Feb.

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