There are a few uses for a digital tuner, it can be used when needing to tune a guitar to ensure each string is in the correct key or there is a digital tuner which can be used for your TV to receive a signal that enables you to watch various channels through a digital TV set.
High Definition TV Tuner Built-In for over the air,Satelitte direct tv tuner added on for Digital.
Yes it's called Broadcast Digital Television. Does the TV have a built in digital tuner? A Digital Tuner receives Digital Broadcast Television. The menu will show if the TV has a built in Broadcast Digital TV tuner.
It does have a digital tuner built in. This LCD TV has a built in digital tuner,so you can receive all digital broadcast.
No, the Sony Trinitron tube televisions with Sound Retrieval System (SRS) did not have a digital tuner. The tuner was analog.
No, it doesn't. If a TV does have a Digital Tuner then it will say so in the menu.
If it has a built-n digital (ATSC) tuner.
No. Digital sets are the most likely, and there are different digital systems which require a different sty;e of tuner.
The signal sent to the TV must be a digital signal as well.
All televisions sold after March 1, 2007 include a digital tuner (by law) so you are good if you have bought a TV since then. If your television is labeled as �Integrated Digital Tuner,� �Digital Tuner Built-In,� �Digital Receiver,� �Digital Tuner,� �DTV,� �ATSC,� or �HDTV� then it has a built in device that will be fine after Feb. 17, 2009. If your television set is labeled as a �Digital Monitor� or �HDTV Monitor,� or as �Digital Ready� or �HDTV Ready,� this does not mean it actually contains a digital tuner. All this means is this TV is capable of handling the converter box. Thus, you still will likely need a separate set-top box which contains a digital tuner in order to view over-the-air digital programming.
There is a digital tuner in the Samsung model. It is also possible for the TV to receive off air digital signals.
You can install a Digital TV Tuner in your computer.
If it can tune in digital TV signals, then it has an ATSC tuner. If not, nope.
A PC TV tuner is typically used to watch or record television programming on one's desktop or laptop computer. There are both analog and digital TV tuners available on the market for consumers.
ATSC stands for Advanced Television System Committee. It allows for the reception of digital television in digital televisions. It is also called an ATSC receiver.
Yes if it has a NTSC Analog tuner and No a ATSC Digital Tuner will not receive NTSC Analog and vice versa.
No. It's HDTV-ready, which means an external digital tuner would still be required. It's merely capable of displaying a digital picture, but needs the tuner to do so.
If a television has a built in broadcast television digital tuner it will be in the menu set up.
A DualDigital TV Tuner allows you to watch one digital TV channel and record another one at the same time. Also this can be used to allow the picture-in-picture function to work with two different channels displayed.
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.
Unfortunately not, although this unit will process digital signals and HD signals from the computer the TV Tuner portion is NTSC-M, PAL-M/N, PAL-SECAM and in order to process digital TV signals in the USA the tuner must receive ATSC (digital) signals
By law, every TV sold in the US since the fall of 2006 MUST be a digital TV with a Digital tuner.
It would be illegal to sell a VCR without a digital tuner now.So if you buy a VCR with a tuner it should be digital.If it's not you should take it back.