All of the latest batch with the advanced guide systems do analog, digital and DTV. That would be the Mitsubishi SR-HD400/500, Toshiba DST3000, Sony HD100 and Panasonic TU-HDS20 as well as the RCA DTC100. I probably missed something, but those are major brands. Samsung also has the SIR-T150 that is OTA digital and analog only.
Add the Princeton HDT2000 to that list as a dual-mode tuner.
The Samsung SIR-T150 is an ATSC digital-only tuner - no analog.
Note that the Panasonic TU-HDS20 connects all OTA signals through one jack. While this provides convenience, the tuner will not recognize weak (but useable) DTV signals that are co-located with weak and very weak (unusable) analog TV signals.
The Sony SAT-HD100 uses two separate OTA/cable inputs and is thus able to ignore a weak co-located analog NTSC signal in favor of a weak DTV signal.
Keep that in mind if you want to chase and receive DTV signals over long reception paths.
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