The Zenith DTT901 is a DTV converter box that allows analog TVs to watch digital TV. On February 17th, 2009, all broadcast TV goes digital in the U.S., at which point anyone who has an analog TV and receives broadcast channels through an antennae will require a DTV converter box to continue to watch TV. The Zenith DTT901 is eligable for a $40 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.
The Zenith DTT900 and DTT901 are the exact same, however the DTT901 has an analog pass-through feature which allows the user to continue to watch analog channels after they have purchased and connected the DTV converter. The DTT900 does not have this feature.
- Aspect-Ratio Control
- Parental Control
- Closed Captioning
- Composite or RF out
- Includes Remote, Composite, and RF Cable