American TV went Digital and Play TV is not for Digital TV so it will not work in the USA
Yes, a digital TV will also play a analogue signal so as long as your video player has a scart connection then your TV will play the video tape. (This answer is only for people in Europe.)
There are many multi-function radios that include TV-audio. But since the total migration of TV to digital broadcasting in June 2009, those radios don't work anymore. So far, nobody has marketed a radio that will play the audio of a digital TV station, and frankly, for various reasons, it's not a product for which you should hold your breath.
No if you have a built-in digital tuner insisde your living room TV set, you will only receive the local CBS, ABC, NBC, PBS, and FOX affiliate digital television stations.
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If it has the A/V connection capability or HDMI plug you can.
They do not require a digital converter, but with the addition of one, you can enhance your movies and game's play back with a 3d digital converter. They run around $100.
Yes. You just need a VCR plugged into your TV. Having a digital converter box going to your TV has nothing to do with being able to use a VCR or DVD player.
Yes. Connect the audio output (digital or analog) of the TV in to the TV input of the receiver.
Most (if not all) digital TV's on the market today have a composite (analog) input option in the jack panel on the rear of the TV set. If not, they also usually have both analog and digital tuner sections, giving you the option to use the RF tuner section of your receiver as well.
A digital one that connects directly to your TV so that as you put the tape in, it will automatically play.
The triple play is a bundled cable pack, it is digital starter (cable TV), high speed internet, and ditigal phone. all in one bill