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Panasonic Travelvision portable TV questions

Posted by SnailLover (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 21, 14 at 23:16

I'm going to ask some really dumb questions. My grandma gave me the above sometime in the 80s. It's been packed away for years and I forgot I had it. I uncovered it this weekend and tried it out. Still works good, the radio has good sound quality. I could only tune in one TV station and it wasn't very clear. Is this because cable switched from analog to digital? If so, why would I still get the one station? Is there a device that would enable me to pull in these stations?


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RE: Panasonic Travelvision portable TV questions

If you don't have cable, a Digital-to-Analog TV Converter and a decent antenna with a good location.


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RE: Panasonic Travelvision portable TV questions

Thanks Randy. I do have cable. Do you mean I can somehow hook up the TV to my cable? I'm more curious than anything. It's only a 1" TV screen and in B&W, but I just thought it would be fun for novelty's sake. I could set it next to my computer when I'm working. Back in the day I could get several channels on it.


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RE: Panasonic Travelvision portable TV questions

A converter box from your cable provider should give you full channel selection. You'll also need a short length of coax, and perhaps a coax-to-300 ohm adapter if the tv does not have a coax connection.


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