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What is the difference between “Integrated” DTVs & DTV or HDTV monitors?

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What is the difference between “Integrated” DTVs & DTV or HDTV monitors?

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An Integrated DTV set is a television with a built-in digital tuner (also referred to as “a DTV”). A digital tuner is also sometimes called a DTV decoder or DTV receiver. If you have an Integrated DTV, you will not need any additional equipment, with the exception of a broadcast antenna (either a rooftop antenna or “rabbit ears” connected to the set) to receive over-the-air digital broadcast programming. Integrated DTVs can also receive and display analog broadcast programming, so you can continue watching analog broadcasts. In contrast, a DTV monitor is not capable of receiving digital broadcast programming without additional equipment; it is simply a display device without the processing capability for DTV reception. A digital or HD set-top box must be connected between the antenna and the monitor to receive and display over-the-air digital or HD programming. If you have a digital or HD monitor and would like to purchase a digital or HD set-top box to view over-the-air programming, c

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