Originally Posted by miqie
I just got my coupons this week. I wanted to get the Zenith/Insignia box at CC or BB but they are $59.99.
Zenith or Insignia converter boxes are only $20 with the coupon. (The Bi-Mart chain in my area sells the Zenith DTT901 for $10 with the coupon but those stores are usually sold out.) Be sure that you purchase April 2008 or newer production (see that information on one of the bar code stickers on the end of the cardboard box). April and newer production models have the corrected audio. (I use two DTT901 and one DTT900, all from April production.)
The Zenith DTT901 model has analog pass through allowing reception of those channels continuing to broadcast analog signals. (Low power and translator stations may continue analog broadcasting after February 2009.) The analog channels are passed through when the converter box is powered off (actually termed "standby" by techies but "off" for everyone else).
If you want the DTT901 and it is is not on display at your CC store you need to ask for it
at the Customer Service counter. You may need to "special order" the DTT901 in order to get it. The Insignia model with analog pass through may not yet be found in Best Buy stores.
The DTT901 is in huge demand. If you find it, buy it.