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New That is what I am looking for
I too thought they would down to about $50 by now.

This one is about half the price of the next cheapest tuner I've seen. I don't want to spend a lot to occasionally watch tv on an older set.

New Do you really need it now?
Unless you're wanting to watch something that's not broadcast via NTSC(like the secondary channels with weather and traffic info), it might be worth your time to wait the 8 months for the [link|http://www.ntia.doc.gov/otiahome/dtv/dtvcoupon.html|Digital-to-Analog Converter Box Coupon Program] to start up in January. Each household can request two coupons, each for $40 off the price of an HD Tuner. I imagine once that starts up the price for tuners will drop to $40. Heck, I may even take advantage of it and get a tuner for my Commodore 1084S monitor in my study.
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Expand Edited by SpiceWare April 9, 2007, 08:22:43 PM EDT
     HDTV Tuner - (Seamus) - (5)
         it appears to convert hd signals to analog, is that what you - (boxley) - (3)
             To clarify - (SpiceWare) - (2)
                 That is what I am looking for - (Seamus) - (1)
                     Do you really need it now? - (SpiceWare)
         Guess I was a little off - (SpiceWare)

And damn, but I wanted to get involved with a land war in Asia.
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