Digital to Analog Converter with built-in Digital Tuner
Analog pass-through of NTSC analog signals to the TV
Allows Analog TVs to receive digital over-the-air broadcasts
Provides dramatically better picture and sound quality than analog over-the-air
Digital tuner enables reception of several channels of programming simultaneously, "multicasting" from participating stations, including news, weather, traffic and even digital music
Digital tuner delivers interactive capability and data services such as enhanced closed captioning.
On-screen Setup Wizard for easy customer installation
Electronic Program Guide (EPG) with instant access to up to seven days of program listings and information
Closed caption support
(VCR) Event Timer: See below for details
Remote control with built-in aspect ratio and channel guide access.
Setup Wizard :
Scans OTA channels
Uses the customer’s zip code to confirm the time zone
Front Panel Feature :
Green power LED
Rear Panel Connections :
1 VHF/UHF antenna input for over-the-air analog and digital broadcasts
Detachable 5V power supply
A/V Connections :
1 set of female RCA connectors for stereo left and right audio and composite video
1 F-type connector with user-selectable Channel 3 or 4 NTSC RF output
ATSC Tuner Range :
Channels 2-6 VHF Low: 54MHz to 88MHz
Channels 7-13 VHF High: 174 MHz to 216MHz
Channels 14-69 UHF: 470MHz to 806MHz
RF Input :
75 ohm for VHF and UHF Antenna
RF Output :
NTSC, 75ohm Channel 3 or 4
Composite Video Output :
Audio Outputs :
RCA Stereo Left/Right
Dimensions (approx.) :
H: 1.3” x W: 5.9” x D: 4.2”
Weight (approx.): 1.0 lbs.
Infrared remote control with batteries
RF Cable included
The DTVPal allows the user to set event timers. This feature is useful when used with a VCR or a DVD recorder for recording programs in the future. An event timer will change the channel on the converter box at a predetermined time.
Events can be created in different ways such as choosing a program from the program guide, browsing the channel banner, using an event search, or by time, date and channel.
Events can be created, edited, or deleted by selecting them from a list of timers. Timers can be scheduled to occur daily, weekly or Mon-Fri and they can be set to repeat.
Manufacturers specifications are subject to change without notice.