|Brand Name||Digital Stream|
|Item Weight||15.5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9.1 x 8.9 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||DTX9950|
|Batteries||2 AAA batteries required.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
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Digital Stream Analog Pass-Through DTV Converter Box
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||9.1 x 8.9 x 2 inches|
|Item Weight||15.5 Ounces|
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- Capable of passing analog signals through to the TV set
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Digital Stream Analog Pass-through DTV Converter Box
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I tried one of the sketchy boxes first - they all let you plug in a USB drive to record shows on. Basically look for a USB port on the front or the back, and they are all the same. Like a lot of other people, I had problems with the one I bought and ultimately sent it back. So I got this one instead. It doesn't have a built in recorder, but in every other way it seems much better.
The instructions are better, the interface is better designed and more straightforward, and it comes with a universal remote. I plugged in one of those indoor HDTV antennas and it seemed to do a reasonably good job picking up the local stations in my area. I also have an HDTV with an integrated tuner and with a similar antenna it caught a few more channels, but I got all the ones I expected to get with this box.
I am going to get another one, to bring another old TV I have back to life. If you don't need cable, don't pay for it.
This is a VERY well set up converter
This Digital Stream DTV converter worked for less than a month. It stopped working while I was watching TV. I believe the circuit board burned up due to heat and smell.
I am writing this in the hope Digital Stream or Amazon will replace the unit - it is just a few days over the 30 day return window.
Digital Stream works great, we have a lot more channels, a program guide for each channel, display options and much more that we didn't have with our previous box which we paid fifty dollars for.
I give it a rating of five for the price and the swift delivery.
I'd buy it again yes if I still had and Analog TV that worked great as the one I have It's a Sony 40 inch.