DTV Switch Difficult for Viewers

May 20, 2008  •  Post A Comment

The switch to digital television is proving to be more troublesome than imagined for some analog viewers, the Washington Post reports. One viewer said that even though she had purchased a digital converter box, nearby airplane traffic and foot traffic within her apartment disrupts the digital signals, causing her picture to freeze and the sound to mute, the newspaper says. Many consumers may have to purchase additional equipment, including new antennas for digital televisions, since digital signals do not reach as far, the newspaper notes.
—Vlada Gelman


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