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Learn the key differences between a digital set-top box and a digital adapter.
A digital set-top box (also known as a digital cable box, digital converter box or digital receiver) processes digital-quality signals. With this box, you can view our on-screen channel guide, which includes access to TV listings, program information, search tools, parental controls and more. You'll also get access to On Demand and Pay-Per-View programming.
A digital adapter provides digital-quality signals. When using a digital adapter, you will not have access to our on-screen channel guide, premium channels (such as HBO, Showtime, Starz, etc.), Pay-Per-View or On Demand programming.
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.
Do you want to Connect your Comcast digital adapter to an HDTV? Find out how to connect a digital adapter to your HDTV here.
Do you want to know what a cable box is from Comcast? Learn more about what cable boxes are and about getting a cable box from Comcast here.
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