Is an HDTV antenna required for built-in HDTV?

Answer Normal high-definition television signals are broadcast through the airwaves and can be received by a television or receiver with built-in HDTV without any special HDTV antenna. That being said, a... Read More »

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Can you use your old UHF antenna with a new HDTV and will it pick up broadcast HDTV signals?

To answer your question simply, yes, you can pick up over the air HD signals from your analog antenna. As a matter of fact that's how I have my HDTV set up. I just read somewhere recently, but can'... Read More »

Can you get HDTV over the air broadcast on a HDTV monitor with a standard TV antenna or do you need a converter?

Answer Yes, you can use the old antenna. However, some new antennas are specially designed to better capture digital TV signals. And the direction, angle, distance, and type of digital signals in y... Read More »

Do I need any converter box for my HDTV antenna for use with my HDTV?

It's almost unbelievable to me but virtually everyone is giving you bad advice. If your TV is a HD set and it has a coaxial connector on the back to hook up your antenna, then it has a digital tune... Read More »

Do hdtv need a converter box with hdtv antenna?

No, as long as it is not "HD ready" you will not need a converter box. The technology in the converter box is built into the HDTV