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The Insignia NS-DXA1 is a DTV converter box that allows analog TVs to receive digital channels.

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Pros

Allows analog TVs to work after the DTV transition

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Aspect ratio control makes it easier to watch 16:9 TV on a 4:3 TV

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Built-in V-Chip to monitor what shows children can watch.

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Cons

On-Screen Program Guide is very basic

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Small buttons may be hard for seniors to use

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More expensive than some other DTV converters

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The Insignia NS-DXA1 is a DTV converter box that allows analog TVs to receive digital channels. On February 17th, 2009, all TV in the U.S. becomes digital, so analog TVs that receive over-the-air TV through an antennae will require a DTV converter to continue to watch broadcast TV channels. The NS-DXA1 is eligable for the $40 government DTV converter box coupon, which brings the cost down to $20.

Government Coupon

The. U.S. government has a coupon program in place that allows each household to get two $40 coupons that can be put towards a DTV converter, such as this one. Each household can get up to two coupons. Coupons must be ordered from the government at the DTV transition website. This coupon effectively makes the cost of this converter box $20.

Features
  • Built in V-Chip to monitor what shows children watch
  • Analog pass-through
  • Aspect-ratio control
  • On-Screen Program Guide
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