Question about JVC Televison & Video
Bought a clear TV HD digital indoor antenna.
Posted by Anonymous on
Most crt tv's such as this do not have digital tuners built in and would require a set top box to receive digital signal i know that in Australia where i am we no longer use analog signals so all tv's must have a digital tuner or set top box in order to still work
Posted on Nov 03, 2015
SOURCE: IS MY TV DIGITAL?
Unless you are connected to a cable TV or satilite provoider you will need a digital converter box connected between your tv and indoor antenna to recieve the new digital over the air signal
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
I carried my Westinghouse TV to the basement. Unplugged the antenna from the digital converter box and connected it to my digital TV. I then re-scanned for channels and found channel 9. After carrying the Westinghouse TV back upstairs, I connected the original set-up and tuned to channel 9 which was now showing on the screen as no signal. From that point I moved my VHF dipoles until I had located the correct position for reception. A little labor intensive, but I was fortunate to have another antenna that was receiving channel 9.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
Your problem is definitely the input signal source to your tv. It is extremely rare where a new tv has a tuner signal sensitivity problem. The best thing to do is to replace your current set of rabbit ears with a different set of powered rabbit ears that have a higher gain rating with a variable gain control. Please note that the gain control setting is critical when setting up your tuner for auto-programming. If the gain control is set too low or too high it will result in your symptom.
If you still can't get it to work you could try buying a line amplifier which you would install to the rabbit ears before the tv. If you still can't get it to work you'll have no choice but to purchase an outside antennae as a result of your being in a weak signal area as signal quality changes by such things as the switch over to digital upcoming and environmental changes.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
I have found most of these indoor antennae to be ineffective and a waste of money, however, I do not know anything about this particular antennae. I to have a Dish DTVpal, which I love! It's ugly and probably won't fit in your kitchen, but the best solution is to make your own "bow-tie" antennae, mount it indoors or on the roof and run a cable to the kitchen. Directions can be found on You-Tube. I live in SE Idaho (Pocatello) and can get 13 channels, most without having to adjust the antennae.
Posted on Feb 26, 2010
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