I have been using an older tv with no problem.
I just bought a new panasonic LCD Digital TV and hooked it up according to the manual and I get nothing. "Just please wait"
I am using a ten year old antenna and get about 50 channels local to me and thats what I want.
I just dropped comcast cable.
anyway if someone can point me in the right direction I would appreciate. My units were still dialing in as a week ago
and I hear them try to connect at night but I get no picture- no feed.
Do I need some kind of converter box like the dta I had with comcast?
Its got to be simple but my manual does panasonci manual does not cover the new digital stuff
If you're using an antenna, you need one of the over-the-air converter boxes -- regular TV was converted to digital several years ago, and the RTV's tuner can't tune it by itself.
However, if that were the only problem, you'd be getting the RTV logo on the TV and "No signal" when you try to watch or record something. "Please wait" while booting means a disk problem, as ReplayLurker said.
is there something internal to the tv set up or do I still need a converter box.
I thought that was just for the old tv tech.
The ReplayTV doesn't care what you're using as a display.
You also said "I just dropped Comcast cable", I think that's the more significant change.
yes I dropped cable and went to antenna.. I ahve 30 stations coming in loud and clear but the replay will not record them.
Do I need a converter?... I thought the new tvs had converters in them...
What do I need to do a simple hookup from the replay to tv.. I have the antenna in to the replay at the antenna/catv connection and
the red,wht/yellow cables coming out of the replay (output) and up to the new lcd tv .. pretty simple , but not working