you won't see any difference.
The converter is the tuner and connects to the TV. But since you told us nothing about your TV, this is as far as I can go. The box will tune the channels. Can you split the signal? Yep, but only on an analog output from the box.
Tell us more about your system now.
So, I like many others just got my coupons in the mail (for $40 off) a TV Converter Box.
They list a good selection that I can choose from, but now its just a matter of getting some reviews.
So which Digital-to-Analog TV Converter Box is best?
I already have pretty good set of Bunny ears that I have had for 3 years now. Do I need to buy a new set of ears? Or are the ones I have good enough? (From what I am gathering, there are better antennas for digital signal, but the ones I have well work? is this correct or not?)
How hard is it to set up these boxs? Do I need any extra cables that I don't already have.
I do assume that I can plug this box into the VCR, run the VCR to the tv? That it can still record just like normal?
Do I change the channel on the TV, or on the Converter Box?
Is there a way I can split this signal coming from the Converter Box, so it goes to my TV AND to my Computer? (I doubt I well do this, just wondering if it is possible)
I hope Cnet does some guides for all of this i searched there site but nothing came up.
I don't see any point in waiting to by the Converter box if I can get better looking TV now????