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Old 26-Sep-2012, 2:04 PM   #1
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Digital to Analog OTA signal converter

Hello folks,

I am planning to join the club of OTA TV users. I have analog tuner TV, Panasonic CT-24SL14J, until I figure out which antenna is best, I am looking for digital to analog converter box. I searched through the forum and found that folks here are fond of ChannelMaster, may be its the best one but its pricey for my budget. I am willing to spend upto $60 max, only if there is no good converter at this price range then I will stretch a bit more.

Amazon gave me following choices, none stands out, still.

Zinwell ZAT-970A Digital to Analog TV Converter Box (for Antenna Use)
Magnavox DTV Digital to Analog Converter
Supersonic SC55 Digital Converter Box
Philco TB100HH9 Digital to Analog TV Converter Box
Zenith Digital Tuner Tv Converter Box Dtt900
Artec T3AP-LL Digital TV Converter Box - NTSC 720x480i Output, Supports 18 Modes
Sunkey Digital-Analog Converter Box with Learning Universal Remote Control, ATB150S
HomeWorX ATSC Standard-Definition Digital to Analog Converter Box with Analog Pass-Through (HW100STB)

Yes, these are too many but curious if any stands out for you folks to be good one or I will be glad if you could recommend me one.

Many thanks in advance.
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Old 26-Sep-2012, 4:29 PM   #2
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->ALL<- Questions and Answers about Broadcast Tv Reception and More.

http://www.channelmasterstore.com

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http://www.walmart.com , RCA DTA800B1 converter box

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Old 2-Oct-2012, 7:25 PM   #3
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Consider a tuner/converter that has both SD & HD output capability. The purchase would be a bit more 'future proof'.

A second HD capable tuner can be a useful tool in certain scenarios, http://forum.tvfool.com/showthread.php?t=2882
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