What is an NTSC TV tuner?

Answer Television stations in the United States now broadcast in high definition digital, a format called ATSC. This digital television replaced NTSC in June 2009. NTSC tuners are components of old NTSC t... Read More »

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Do I Need an NTSC Analog Tuner for an LCD TV?

NTSC is the analog signal spec. We don't use that anymore so no. You don't need it.You do need ATSC. That one is the digital spec. This is now required on all TV's with tuners.

What is an ATSC& a NTSC tuner?

NTSC was the technical specification for analog TV signals in the United States, Taiwan, South Korea, Tonga and other countries, first implemented in the 1940s. ATSC is the superseding specificatio... Read More »

What is a built-in ntsc atsc qam digital tuner?

AnswerAn NTSC/ATSC/QAM digital tuner, in the case of a TV, means that the TV supports the NTSC, ATSC, and QAM broadcast standards with its included tuner. NTSC is the old analog over-the-air (OTA) ... Read More »

Will a digital converter box act like a tuner for non-tuner DVD players?

A digital-to-analog converter box can act as a tuner with non-tuner DVD players. However, you will want to make certain that the outputs of the digital converter box are compatible with your DVD’... Read More »