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Want to use your DTA (Digital Transport Adapter) to receive stunning HD broadcasts on your HDTV? Here’s everything you need to know.
To connect your digital adapter to your HDTV and continue receiving broadcast HD channels, you’ll need a splitter, five coaxial cables, and an A/B switch (available at an additional charge through Comcast in some areas).
Note: If your HDTV has two RF inputs, you do not need an A/B switch—you can connect the outputs of the splitter directly to the two RF inputs on your TV.
By flipping the A/B switch, you will view either:
If you have connected your splitter directly to your HDTV, you will need to select alternate inputs (RF1 or RF2) on your TV instead of flipping the A/B switch.
Do you about questions about digital set top boxes and digital adapters? Learn more about the difference between digital set top boxes and digital adapters.
Are you looking for more information about what a digital adapter is? Find out more about digital adapters and get digital adapter help from Comcast here.
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