Can you still get a digital tv converter box coupon?
No. Way too late to get coupons. But you can order converter boxes online cheaper than in store.
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It is not possible to convert an analog television to a digital television. However, by using a digital set top receiver, it is possible to receive digital signals and deliver… them as an analog signal to an analog television. Digital receivers are not expensive, starting at around $25 in US and Â£20 in the UK. They will allow all terrestrial channels to be received in the same way that a digital television will. Cable and satellite receivers can also receive digital signals and will provide an analog output that can be used with older televisions. With these options, there is no need to replace analog televisions right away. Remember that analog only televisions will not be HD so don't expect a sudden increase in picture quality when the digital receivers are used.
You could but it would be a waste of the time, effort and coupon. You don't need one.
A digital converter box for a Symphonic TV can be found at mostlocal electronic stores. Cable companies also provide digitalconverter boxes for subscribers.
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No. If you already have a digital TV, when the digital transition occurs in February 2009, you will still receive broadcast signals from your antenna. There is no need to purc…hase additional equipment (a converter box). If you do not already have a digital TV and you want to continue to receive broadcast signals from your antenna, then you will need to purchase a converter box to receive and translate those signals to your analogue television. There is another choice that does not require the purchase of these new converter boxes: If you do not want to purchase additional equipment nor a new television because the one you have is "just fine" and as well you like the remote that came with the tv because you finally know where all the buttons are, then you can have installed as little as basic cable to all your TVs (no additional monthly cost for multiple basic or basic/standard cable TVs), get rid of the rabbit ears (antennas) altogether and enjoy clearer local channels and a few others you are sure to enjoy. The cost is surprisingly nominal, the set-up will be done for you, the ease of use exceptional. Basic or basic/standard cable will enable you to turn on and off your tv the way you always have, use your own remote the way you are accustomed to use it. And if you ever need help, help is a phone call away, and in the case of TimeWarner cable, trouble service is free and usually local to your area. If you would like more information about basic, basic/standard, Digital, Free High Definition or any other industry leading technologies and services, call your Local TimeWarner Cable office to request an in-home visit from a Direct Sales Representative who will provide you with the most thorough answers to your questions and as well the absolute best possible rates and discounts - apples to apples - in the market. jk,082812
it is a red card provided by the govt that ihas a value of 40 dollars and you can only use to buy a converter box on authorized retailer, most of the converter boxest cost bet…ween 50 and 60 bucks so you have to put some money ps. they are not completely free but they are affordable by alot of people
Call 'em and get another one. They know that messed up when they started and should be trying to make good with their coupons. You've got nothing to lose except a few minute…s of your time.
No. You only need a converter box for analog TV and only if you receive your TV "over the air" with an antenna. If you have cable or satellite TV, you don't need a converter.
Are there anymore free tv converter box coupons left? i need one badly but can't afford it.
If you get your signal from a cable company you might, all cable companies are not the same.
Most all boxes are compatible with all tv sets. The converter box will have multiple outputs to connect to the input of the tv set. If the set has the red, blue and green conn…ectors, look for a converter box that has the same outputs. This type of connection will render the best picture.
One disadvantage is that the ability to record one programme whilst watching another programme at the same time is not possible when using a digital converter box.