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Posted 11 September 2013 - 01:07 AM

What does it really mean when it says it has a built-in digital tuner

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Posted 16 September 2013 - 08:04 PM

What does it really mean when it says it has a built-in digital tuner

A built-in digital tuner is a tuner that can handle "over the air" (aka OTA) digital TV signals from your local network stations (i.e. NBC, ABC, Fox, CBS, PBS). All you will need is an antenna.

It might also receive unencrypted/protected cable stations if you get cable...if your cable operator offers any. This again will be typically your network stations (i.e. NBC, ABC, CBS, Fox, PBS) and "local access" stations (i.e. stuff that might broadcast school board or city council meetings, etc).

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