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Magnavox DTV Digital to Analog Converter

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Technical Details

  • Model Number: TB110MW9

Product Description

DTV Digital to Analog Converter.What's in the box: DTV Digital to Analog Converter, Remote control NA386UD (x1), Owner’s manual 1VMN25977 (x1), AA battery (1.5V) x2, RF cable: WPZ0901TM002/WPZ0901TM005(x1).

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 9.7 x 1.7 inches ; 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.9 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0045Y1IMQ
  • Item model number: TB110MW9
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (294 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 22, 2009
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

188 of 193 people found the following review helpful By The Rubber Badger on February 2, 2009
I thought this converter box was fine. It worked out of the box great. I think a lot of converter boxes, this one included, are getting bad reviews because a lot of people are not installing them correctly. You still have to have your rabbit ears plugged into your converter box for it to work correctly. Also, make sure you are on channel 3 if using the RF input options or if using the A/V Jacks tune your TV to the AUX. The positives of having this and any other converter box is that you are going to get more channels. In my area my mom now has about 5 more channels because she is using this. Most of the additions are from the local PBS adding a weather, traffic, classical, and jazz channels. But a few others were added as well. This converter box makes every channel come in perfect, when my mom used just her rabbit ears she always had to get up and tune her antenna, not anymore!

Two things I don't like about this box are:
1) No cable TV like guide available to see what is on. I know some other converter boxes have this option.

2) The remote is smaller and this gets a little annoying. I tried to get her RCA universal remote to work with it using multiple methods, codes, and an online search, with no luck.

Other than those hang ups it works great and gets the job done.
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108 of 115 people found the following review helpful By J. Wieland on July 23, 2009
This is a good converter box, setup is a breeze and the picture and sound quality is good for something that is basically free with the coupon or $10 and under if you prowl the internet long and hard enough.
Like another reviewer stated, many people don't set these up right. First of all, rabbit ear antennas will not work unless it has a UHF loop. Most, if not all current DTV stations are on the UHF band. You need a proper antenna for these devices to work properly, a fact that is not readily mentioned. If you have an older UHF bowtie or set top antenna your set!
If you can, by all means use an outdoor antenna, the difference is incredible as compared to an indoor antenna.
Another misconception is that DTV is HDTV. IT IS NOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The output of this and any other SDTV DTV box is standard definition.
This will not convert your current or older TV to HDTV, it's impossible.
And if you do have a modern flat panel HDTV the tuner is built in.
This device is only for existing televisions with analog tuners.
If you have an older version of an HD television with an analog only tuner, this will work but only at SDTV, you will need an HDTV converter box which puts out an HDTV signal.
DTV signals are much better than analog signals in terms of a much clearer picture and sound. But the signal is at much lower power than analog and requires an efficient antenna.
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55 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Carl Rj Klitzke on April 2, 2009
This box works ok, the channels come in about as clear as they can, and there is a composite video out on the back so you can get a decent signal to your tv. Unfortunately, the remote is terrible! The buttons are too small, and the cursor keys are laid out in a way that does not even make sense. In addition, the features that are on the remote on other boxes (aspect ratio, language) are buried deep in hard to understand menus. Other boxes, particularly the Channel Master also have a program guide listing, whereas this one will only show information on the show currently playing unless you feel like messing with the impossible-to-press-one arrow keys.

Don't get me wrong, this box works, and if you're not paying a whole lot it's worth it. But if you want the best, look elsewhere.
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By KnC Books on April 10, 2009
I suppose for a user that is used to cable or satelliete functionality this unit would be a step down - but if you have cable or satellite you wouldn't be using this, would you?

Even with my on-set rabbit ears my available channels more than tripled, and the channels I was getting marginally before come in crystal clear. I never had a channel guide with my antenna only setup, so I don't miss it. If I had 500 channels and was a hard-core viewer this might be a consideration, but for me its not.

The remote is a breeze to use compared to my friend's satellite remote; the buttons are well spaced and I rarely "fat-finger" anything.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Tedi on March 16, 2009
I bought two of these and installed one. The product works great; it does a good job of picking up signals in a rural area.

For the idiot who printed the Internet hoax info about the camera and microphone in these units: The "camera" is a piezo-electric speaker used to make the beeping sounds when the user presses a button or for any other purpose the system needs to beep to alert the user for. The "microphone" is a variable resistor.Magnavox TB110MW9 Digital to Analog Converter
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Kimberly A. Fleming on January 16, 2010
I am joining the ranks of the two reviewers that had the Magnavox box work for a while and then quit. You turn it on, it scans a channel and then shuts itself off after 30-45 seconds. Yeah, I generally like my electronics to function for longer than 18 months. I bought two DTV boxes at Walmart. First one was an RCA, and it is unbelievably better than the Magnavox. I went back three months later, but all they had at that point was the Magnavox. A total piece of junk.
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