YOUR DTVPAL DIGITAL-TO-ANALOG
February 17, 2009 marks the date when local over-the-air full-power TV
broadcasts wilt transition from analog to digital within the United States.
Consumers with analog TVs, who rely on an over-the-air antenna to receive
their local broadcast TV programming wilt need a digital-to-analog
box, a digital TV with a digital tuner, or subscribe to a pay TV service like DISH
Network to display those digital broadcasts. Analog TVs that do not use one of
those methods to get a digital signal will continue to work for other purposes,
including watching tow-power TV stations still broadcasting in analog, watching
pre-recorded movies with a DVD player or VCR, or playing video games.
Your new DTVPal allows you to continue enjoying the over-the-air digital
available in your area. Your new DTVPal also allows
you to receive analog broadcasts simply by pushing the Analog Pass-Through
on your remote. This is a great feature to view those low-power TV stations that
do not convert to digital on 2/17/09.
Additional information regarding the digital television transition, including free
$40 coupons for digital-to-analog
converter boxes, is available at