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Panasonic TC 21B3EE - Connecting a DVB T tuner

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  • Level 12  
    Hello
    Question how in the subject whether it is possible to connect Panasonic TC 21BEE to a tuner for digital TV, so please enter the name of the tuner and a brief description of how to do it.
    Thank you in advance for your reply and greetings :)
  • Level 43  
    strusio master wrote:
    can I connect to the Panasonic TC 21B3EE to connect the digital TV tuner

    Can be.
    strusio master wrote:
    like this, please give me the name of the
    tuner
    Everyone available.
    strusio master wrote:
    and a brief description of how to do it.

    Suitable cables, from the rear.
  • Level 12  
    will a regular DVB T tuner fit?

    this is the TV of my grandfather :P (I am still in college and I will come to him in a month) and I do not have a visual access to the TV to estimate what he has in the back, but from what I saw in the pictures on the net there are only exits "aux" without any euro-style cubes.
    I see only such connections in these pictures
    Panasonic TC 21B3EE - Connecting a DVB T tuner

    Panasonic TC 21B3EE - Connecting a DVB T tuner
    so I'm asking if it's possible to connect?
  • Level 37  
    A colleague's problem has been described hundreds of times, you have to read this statutory requirement. you need to buy a euro cable for 4 chinch and connect why for 4 because then you have out of euro 2 input signals and 2 output as you would buy for 2 chinche it would turn out that just come out of these signals you need. At 4 chins, you connect 2 and 2 are free. If you have a cable, you turn on the tuner and tv on AV and you are looking for a vision as you have a vision, you are looking for a voice for that. It's good to have a tuner already programmed because then the voice will work. Of course, the tuner is connected to the back of the TV not from the front !.
  • Level 35  
    Or a tuner with a built-in modulator, more expensive but makes life easier with old televisions, where often there is no remote control, the replacement remote control will not start the AV mode or the older person does not embrace the entire procedure of starting the equipment.
  • Level 12  
    thanks for explaining :) and someone could send a name to such a tuner so that it can be plugged in without problems (I'm not talking about a tuner with a modulator just plain cinch)
    I would make a present and allegro bought for my grandfather :P

    and what is going on the topic search option alone, believe it, I've read it a bit.



    I've already got a good article and I know everything :)
    thanks to everyone for the posts.
    Greetings.
  • Level 37  
    KIEROWCA_VW wrote:
    Or a tuner with a built-in modulator, more expensive but makes life easier with old televisions, where often there is no remote control, the replacement remote control will not start the AV mode or the older person does not embrace the whole procedure of starting the equipment.
    The problem is that the image from the modulator is worse because the digital signal is converted to analog from the analog is made high frequency signal sent to the TV and again from the high frequency low frequency analog signal is made for what in this tv can be sent directly to tv low frequency signal.
  • Level 43  
    Egon, this TV does not matter anymore. ;)
    Although in other cases you are right, of course.

    I also do not understand
    KIEROWCA_VW wrote:
    or the older person does not embrace the whole procedure of starting the equipment.

    Yes, it's difficult. However, whether with a modulator or without it, and so you need two pilots for daily service.
    So whether the TV will stay on the program or whether it should be switched to AV, it's a trifle.
    Also, the option of not working the remote control is slightly stretched in this case, because older people generally use the main switch on the TV. Therefore, press one more key on the panel too, they will get used to it.
    I do not know, unfortunately, I do not remember whether this TV has no option of automatically switching to the last selected source after switching it on. ;)
  • Level 35  
    This may be somewhat out of the question, since the author has already found a solution: the lack of a remote - I have already encountered several TVs that do not have an option on the panel to switch to AV, it is possible to get this function by pressing several buttons simultaneously, or in the appropriate order but such an operation is difficult to implement for an older person ...
  • Level 43  
    But he owns it.
    And we talk about it, not some fancy one.