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Zenith DTT901 Digital TV Tuner Converter Box with Analog Pass-Through

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  • Digital TV Tuner Coverter Box
  • Analog Pass-Through for Low-Power TV Stations broadcasts
  • On-Screen Program Information with Remote Control
  • Simple Connection to TV with supplied RF Cable
  • Parental Control to Manage TV Programs and advanced Closed Captioning
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Technical Details
Brand NameZenith
Item Weight1.6 pounds
Product Dimensions6.4 x 8.5 x 1.8 inches
Item model numberDTT901
Color NameBlack
Specification Metenergy_star
  
Additional Information
ASINB001BNT3FS
Best Sellers Rank #18,149 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableApril 18, 2005
  
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Product Description

This New converter box is great and includes Analog Pass Through, Universal Remote, and comes with AV cables.

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Customer Reviews

Zenith DTT901 Digital TV converter box works great.
old Ron
The box has some nifty features like a program guide and is really easy to use and setup, and I like the remote.
M. Knight
My reception is so clear and I am only using rabbit ears.
AlexOnLake

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379 of 383 people found the following review helpful By Chris Zee Shutterbug VINE VOICE on August 1, 2008
LG makes these converter boxes and sells them as either a Zenith DTT901 or a Insignia brand (at BestBuy). After much research at AVSForum re selection, here is a quick summary of my own experiences.
Out of the half dozen or so READILY available boxes, this one is by far the best. Some other ones are prone to: locking up requiring a reset, sound problems, running very hot, may be impossible to add channels manually, and have difficulties setting the aspect ratio such that the program fills the screen best. These LG/Zenith/Insignia boxes have none of those problems, but make sure that you get one built after April '08 (there is a sticker on the side of the box with either ie "built May 2008" or something like 05A08). Setup is easy, sensitivity is great. With a set of rabbit ears I get stations from 70-90 miles away (see TVFool website for antenna directions and maps for your own area).
Picture Zoom is settable for each channel, box can turn off the TV, and has an independent volume control. There are a couple of small items not quite up to par: Program guide is VERY simple, only current program and NEXT program are described, power cord is only 5ft long, if you set the converter on top of a large tv on a stand, it has a hard time reaching a floor level outlet. The signal strength meter (used for fine tuning the antenna position)has its own button on the remote, with a bar and amplitude varying beeps, but it lags the antenna movement by second or two, so you have to pause after moving the antenna each time to get a true signal level. Oh, and by the way, the picture quality (PQ)is excellent over the composite RCA outlet, and almost as excellent over the RF coax output.
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87 of 87 people found the following review helpful By G. Dowling on September 15, 2008
I've not encountered any product recently that works so simply and easily as this does. It's a cinch to set up; for more complicated systems which also include DVD/VCR and stereo system, the people manning the 800 number are extremely helpful and patient. I needed their help -- and we had it all done in under 10 minutes. I'm truly amazed by the high quality of the picture on my 27" Sharp with only simple rabbit ears plus this box. I read most customer reviews of this and the others offered by BestBuy, CircuitCity and Target -- this was the clear winner based on these. Now that I have it hooked up, it's the clear winner for me. I say unhesitatingly, BUY IT. I'm buying a second one for bedroom TV before second coupon expires.
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65 of 69 people found the following review helpful By FirePepper Red on October 16, 2008
I own 6 DTV converter boxes consisting of mix of this Zenith DTT901, the Zenith DTT900, and the Insignia (Best Buy) version of the Zenith DTT900. Although all of these models are essentially the same, the DTT901 has an anolog pass through feature which means you can still watch analog TV which is important for those channels that keep breaking up in digital.

*** Positive Points Include ***

- Small size and easy to setup
- Improves picture quality over analog TV tuners.
- Picks up digital channels very well, even with a simple rabbit ears antenna.
- Lightweight and simple remote that has dedicated buttons for most features.
- Remote can be programmed to turn your tv on and off.
- The bright red/blue LED light make it easy to tell when the tuner is on or off.

** Negative Points Include ***

- The onscreen tv guide is a bit too simple and it only lists the current and upcoming show on the channel you are tuned to.

- Like most converter boxes, this Zenith does a poor job of tuning weak stations and results in a broken or frozen picture until the antenna is moved to improve reception. The analog pass through helps in this regard because you can turn off the Zenith to enable analog pass through.

- The remote only turns the TV on and off. It cannot be programmed to control any other features of your tv.

Overall this is a great DTV converter box for most people's needs. Consumer Reports did a test that gave a slight edge to the Zenith models over the otherwise identical Insignia models.
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36 of 40 people found the following review helpful By One-Shot Scot on September 15, 2008
The Zenith DTT901 has exceeded my expectations. I already have a digital widescreen TV hooked up to an antenna, but I wanted to be able to record on my analog VCR after full-power television broadcasting goes all digital on February 17, 2009. I have a rooftop antenna from which I was receiving excellent high definition TV signals. The Zenith DTT901 was then added to this antenna by way of a splitter. Even though the Zenith DTT901 does not produce high definition pictures, it does allow my 4:3 analog VCR to play back geometrically-correct 16:9 images on my digital set.

The Zenith DTT901 gives a 4:3 VCR the ability to display 16:9 images after selecting "Normal TV (4:3)" from the TV Aspect Ratio section of the Option menu and then selecting "Squeezed" from the Aspect Ratio menu. This setting essentially creates an anamorphic image on the VHS tape which displays both 4:3 and 16:9 pictures with correct geometry when played back using my TV's stretch mode. Now, for the first time, my analog VCR can record 16:9 program material and display it full screen on my 16:9 digital TV. This display mode must be set for each channel separately. For some reason, this method works for most channels in the San Francisco area, but not for all. For other channels, the same results can be obtained by selecting "Wide TV (16:9)" from the TV Aspect Ratio section of the Option menu and then selecting "4:3" from the Aspect Ratio menu. I am assuming that these settings on the Zenith DTT901 will produce the same results with other 4:3 recording devices.

Other great features of the Zenith DTT901: 1. Signal Strength meter with visual and audible references. This feature is a big help when aiming an antenna. 2.
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