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Flat panel TV (DLP, LCD, LED or HDTV) are digital already.
Your signal inout could be Analog or Digital.
Also STB (Set of Box) or Cable or OTA (over the Air channels) determine if your input signals are Digital or Analog.\
If this is a CRT then you do not have a choice to get digital over analog. It is an analog TV. You can get what is called a scan converter to convert a digital signal to an analog but you will not be viewing a digital signal. To view a true digital signal you need a digital tv that has a resolution of 720P or higher. Most TVS are 1080P standardize which is the most common.
DTA is a Digital Television Adapter (digital-to-analog converter box) It is a television tuner that receives a digital television transmission and converts the digital signal into an analog signal that can be received and displayed on a older analog tv.
You can record a digital TV signal on a VHS VCR but only in analog format. The digital signal must be input to the VCR by some component which has a yellow composite video output and a white audio output such as a digital cable TV box or satellite receiver. For over-the-air digital TV, either the TV must output analog video or you need a DTV converter box connected to the VCR. Bottom line, the digital signal must be converted to analog for the VCR since VHS VCRs generally are analog recorders.
All TV over the air is transmitted as a digital signal now. In order to see it on an older TV (read Analog), you must have a signal that you can receive(antenna hook up) and a digital to analog converter box. That box allows you to see your digital signal on older TVs. The signal is sent from the antenna to the box via a RF connection, and decoded to channel 3 or 4 (your choice). for further information see Consumer Report at:
This tv is analog tv,will not get today free air tv broadcasting signal.Today free air tv signal are all digital free air broadcasting tv signal now.Anolog tv must have a pay cables tv or satalites tv signals to get a picture on analog tv set.U want analog tv to get the free air digital tv broscasting signal.The analog tv,must have it broadcasting tv signal must go through a box call a Converter box to able to produced a Digital free air broadcasting signal for analog tv to get a digital broadcasting tv signal.
Your flat panel TV is probably factory set to receive ATSC signals (Hi-def DIGITAL TV), whereas
Ghana may not have converted from analog TV (NTSC) yet.
Digital TV's cannot receive analog signals. I'm just guessing about whether or not Ghana supports
Hi-Def broadcasts - you'll have to check with (any) TV channel in Ghana. The Analog-to-digital
conversion is an expensive one at the broadcast end, and may not have happened yet in Ghana.
The US conversion took place by FCC mandate June 12, 2009.
There are available $65 (USD) digital-to-analog converters, but what you may need is an
analog-to-digital converter, which doesn't exist. Your Flat-panel TV amy have to wait until Ghana
begins broadcasting a Hi-Def TV channel.
For a HD antenna, a regular old rabbit ear-type antenna will do.