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.
A set-top box is typically is used so a person can access the internet from their TV. It is also used to receive digital TV broadcasts with satellite or cable.
Older TV can receive digital cable although they may not display in HD
The advantage of digital cable is that you receive better picture quality and additional channels than regular cable
Usually you can receive digital cable on a digital or analog (old) tv, but what matters is that you have a digital cable "box." The digital cable box will usually have its own remote that can be setup to control other things such as the TV or DVD player in addition to the digital cable channel and guide options. And be sure the cable Company is sending you a High Def. signal to that box. Most companies will charge more money for the HD stations.
Terrestrial television broadcasts are available in most locations and that means a roof mounted aerial will deliver television signals to an LCD television. In the US and UK (and other countries) all commercial broadcasts are now digital. That means that the television must have a digital tuner. Almost all televisions sold in the last four years or so will have a digital tuner but older televisions may need a set top box to receive the broadcasts. Alternatively, satellite receivers offer an alternative to cable but are generally a subscription service. Although they avoid the cable, they don't avoid the monthly charges.
Traditional cable is analog, which requires more bandwidth per channel. Usually you need a cable box to receive Digital cable which shall also include High Definition (720p) channels if you subscribe to them. You can also receive local HD channels with an antenna, but you'll need a new television that can receive digital channels or a digital converter box.
It does have a digital tuner built in. This LCD TV has a built in digital tuner,so you can receive all digital broadcast.
Yes, but only with a digital tv set-top converter box.
A Motorola digital cable box is used to changed an analog television to digital viewing. The cable box needs to be connected to a receiver such as a roof antenna and then to the television. The television then has to scan the box to locate signals that it can receive.
Speakers are analog devices. There is no cable and connector that will connect a digital audio jack to a speaker without a digital to analog conversion and an amplifier. If the audio output is digital, you will need a compatible amplifier that has the same digital input. Then you will need to link the amplifier to the speaker with exterior grade cable.
To receive phone or internet you need a modem. some Digital converter boxs have the built in componets but most cable companys use separate devices.