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Originally Posted by GeoffQ /forum/post/0
If the TV has a tuner and a coax connection in it, it will work but will look like crap. Analog cable channels cannot be made to look good no matter how good the scaler is inside the tv.
Originally Posted by pdawg17 /forum/post/0
My dad wants to get an LCD but will only be attaching cable by coax (no STB or cable card)...would this work with any LCD that has a tuner or does he need a specific type of tuner input?
Originally Posted by RandyWalters /forum/post/0
Presuming your dad's cable company gives analog cable directly from the wall without needing an STB, pretty much any current model LCD TV will have at least a cable-ready NTSC tuner, and maybe even an ATSC (digital) tuner. If the LCD TV has a QAM tuner, it should also pick up the free local HD channels that his cable company provides.
Is he already getting analog cable from the wall with his current TV? If so, a current LCD should do the same thing.