ATSC tuner


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ATSC tuner

A digital television (DTV) tuner in a TV set. See DTV, ATSC and ACATS.
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Because LCD televisions typically have a lower price point than plasma television sets, integrating an ATSC tuner into an LCD unit represents a significantly higher percentage of the unit cost than it does with a plasma display.
This television boasts 1,920-by-1,080 progressive scanning resolution, built-in digital ATSC tuner and CableCARD compatibility, 176-degree viewing angle and the Anynet chip.
The value-packed ML-2251HLT and ML-3251HLT widescreen LCD TV/DVD combo televisions feature standard NTSC and ATSC tuners, infrared pass through, image shift burn-in protection, advanced audio processing, and a wide variety of connectivity options including HDMI picture-in-picture, RGB input, composite AV/S-video, dual HD component video input, discrete audio inputs, and advanced black level extension.
The new Sharp DLP TVs will feature built-in NTSC and digital ATSC tuners, 150-degree viewing angles and a 1,500:1 contrast ratio.
The new DLP TVs will feature built-in NTSC and digital ATSC tuners, 150-degree viewing angles and a 1,500:1 contrast ratio.
LG looked to be ahead of the curve with its HDTVs with integrated ATSC tuners and CableCARD ready DLP set, well before the Federal Communication Commission initiated its mandate for large-screen TVs to feature integrated one-way digital tuners and cable-card compatibility.
The $8,499 line, which shipped to retailers last month, is Sharp's largest LCD screen size, features built-in ATSC tuners and is cable-card compatible.
With the gradual phaseout of set top boxes thanks to the new Federal Communications Commission mandate for televisions with 36-inch and larger screens to include built-in digital ATSC tuners and cable-card slots, will this set top box transmitter be obsolete by the time it hits the market?