you have to program a new television to receive all available channels.
Yes when you program it or autotune it reaches its full channels
Sure, but how many channels you receive will depend on your location and the available TV transmitters in your area. Consult your owner's manual for the details. It should all be in there.
Those particular channels may yet still be analog from your cable provider. Try doing a channel search with the analog tuner portion of your TV and see if they show up there. If they do, you'll have to switch between digital and analog inputs on your TV to receive the channels.
Any television receiver, whether a converter box or an integrated receiver in a television will only be able to receive channels that are being broadcast on the platform that the receiver is designed to use. Worldwide, there are thousands of broadcasters with many thousands of channels. The answer to the question is to look up the output from local broadcasters to see what is available.
It will depend on the type of box and the country you live
Most of our receivers except our K models and the 922 receivers, have a coax port labeled TV Antenna In/Over The Air Antenna In. This allows you to receive the alternate local channels in your area. The K models and 922 receivers required an OTA module that plugs into the back of the receiver. With this module, you can receive the alternate local channels.
yes, but it will have a limited number of channels
A built in digital tuner is capable of receiving digital broadcasts. In the recent past older televisions were only able to receive analog broadcasts. Almost all new televisions now have digital tuners built in to receive digital broadcasting . Only a few digital channels are available and may require a separate digital antenna. To get more digital or HD Channels (requires HDTV), you may want to subscribe to either cable TV or satellite television. Both are good options, however satellite TV currently has more HD channels than cable TV.
no it cant because the cable can stay just about anyway eg if it was the new model of the samsung tv it would probably effect it but if yours isn't the type of samsung no it wont affect the channels that you receive