Nov 16, 2008, 6:25 AM
Post #6 of 7
I went back and read your original post and now I understand why all these skepticsm went haywire. You were curious to your own experimentation with cable signals into the coverter perhaps from comcast for instance.
Re: [mtlhead] Converter box with cable
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Well, Listen carefully. I must tell you :> As long as you continue with your cable service? Comcast, direct tv or otherwise, YOU WON'T BE NEEDING ANY CONVERTER BOX to your SONY ANALOG TV. As long as the signal is hooked to your current "cable box" such as Comcast etc. Those cable companies will be self-adjusting their costumer's signal from the UPcoming transitions by itself. So you don't have to do nothing in compliance with signal. In short:> if you have cable, You don't need to downconvert anything. do you understand now?
Now! in other words:> Converter boxes available today:> are of "Future use" to those individuals who don't used to have cable services but relying only on local channels, and by obtaining this method is by the use of rabbit ears antenna, roof-top or some silly individual uses hangers in order to get free signals especially if they continue to hold on with their ANALOG TV today for the upcoming transitions. In short:> CONVERTER BOX is for analog tv only.
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