There seems to be a problem serving the request at this time. If you want to watch digital broadcasts on an analog television, then a digital-analog converter box may be just what you need. A TV converter box can accept HD signals from over the air and other sources, convert them for compatibility with your equipment and deliver them. You can connect them to a computer, for instance, not only to receive a signal but to record it and otherwise manipulate it, depending on your needs.
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This mandate has led to a great deal of fear and confusion across the country, and in this article I try to clear up much of the confusion. The first thing that you need to know about all this is that if you have a TV connected to a cable, satellite, or other pay TV service, you have nothing to worry about, and you do not have to do anything to continue watching TV as you have been. This transition will affect only people who use antennas, such as "rabbit ears," to receive broadcast TV over the air. Also, even if you do receive broadcast TV over the air, this transition will not affect you if your TV is relatively new and has a built-in digital receiver.
Jump to navigation. Option 2: Purchase any Converter Box and use either of the following set-ups. Supplies: You will need your analog TV, the antenna you have been using indoor or outdoor , and the coaxial wire that currently connects your antenna to your TV as pictured on the far right. If you do not already have them, you will also need to purchase a third coaxial wire and a 2-way splitter.
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