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[UPDATED] asked by S. Oliver on November 25, 2012
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The way this question is phrased, the connection trying to be established between this device and digital TV is unclear. Please consider rephrasing; some details seem to be abscent.
Listener answered on November 25, 2012
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Michael Gmirkin answered on December 15, 2012
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You don't need this blu ray player to watch HDTV channels using your over-the air antenna. Just connect the hdtv antenna to the "cable/antenna in" port of your HD TV and follow the menu/setup screen of your TV to get available HD channels in your area. FYI, this blu ray has no available TV tuner so you cannot watch TV channels from it.
As with your new laptop, if it has HDMI out port, you can get hdmi cable and connect it to your TV's hdmi in port. Turn your tv on, choose hdmi input and you can turn your tv into a big screen display for whatever you're watching on your laptop.
Classic Cat answered on November 25, 2012
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this is actually a blu ray player, that also can play dvd's upconvertedly (meaning dvd's will be shown in higher quality compared to a regular dvd player). It has nothing to do with you digital antenna, as that is a seperate input (source of video). Generally speaking, each source of input is connected to the TV seperately, unless you have a Receiver, which is a seperate device on its own, which you can research on your own time.
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susan mcdonald answered on February 18, 2013
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