The Viore digital converter box converts analog signals to digital signals, enabling your analog TV to receive up to 1,000 channels. It comes with a learning universal remote control.
Viore Digital-Analog Converter Box, ATB150V:
- Fully ATSC compliant
- Viore digital converter box supports EPG
- Video Decoder: 720 x 480 NTSC
- Aspect Ratio: 4:3, 16:9
- 1,000 channels
- Parental Control
- LED display
- TV converter box includes Learning Universal Remote Control
Even though the federal government's DTV Transition is now complete, your analog TV is not obsolete. However, there are some steps you must take to be able to continue to use it. To ensure continued use of your analog TV, you must use a digital-to-analog converter box or connect to a subscription service, such as cable or satellite TV.
Analog TVs should continue to work with gaming consoles, VCRs, DVD players, and similar products that you use now.
Analog TVs do need a digital-to-analog converter box to receive over-the-air television broadcasts, now that the DTV Transition is completed. Analog TVs equipped with a converter box will display the digital broadcasts, but not in full digital quality.
A converter box, much like your cable box, will allow you to receive a picture, but it won't be able to show high-definition pictures or give you access to other digital services.