Sony Bravia digital converter box

Sony Bravia digital converter box




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It is a digital converter and an antenna for better reception to my HDTV if I have cable?

To be more specific, I have a Sony Bravia 46 "1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV. I recently bought a RCA Digital Flat Indoor Antenna hoping to get clear reception on most channels. I just had 2 channels to work. My brother has a CRT TV and just bought a converter. Now, all sound channels look great! Would that work on my HDTV? By the way, I know that HDTV have built in transformers, but why my brother is Old TV look better?

> My brother has a CRT and just bought a converter. Now, all channels of your look great! It's frustrating, right?> Is a converter No. Since its 120Hz HD TV, I think is fairly new and should have a modern ATSC tuner. If your Sony were more than two years, I suggest you try a Channel Master converter and see if it picks up more stations. . Digital tuners in some of the best converters are as good as new high-definition televisions high-end, but not better. "And a digital antenna gives my best HDTV reception, you probably need a better antenna, but the idea that there are "digital" or "HD" antennas is marketing hype. The words "digital" or "HD" in a box are useless for choosing an antenna. First, the internal antennas are very sensitive to the location. Take a piece of coaxial cable (eg ~ 12 ') and try different locations and directions. If you have a more "analog" in the air, try also. Otherwise the tower, you need a better antenna. To make a choice rational, take into account details like the bands that local use of television transmitters and the distance to local television transmitters. If you add your code zip and distance from the transmitters, Could someone give a good opinion. Or find using the links below.