This high end ATSC Tuner from Channel Master is for use with over-the-air TV antennas and clear QAM cable signals. It is one of the rare antenna tuners on the market that output HDMI with optical audio.
Analog output for older televisions
Outputs Video on HDMI, Component, S-video and coax
Power Consumption: AC 100V - 120V, MAX 10V Standby Consumption: Less than 1 W
Outputs Audio on Stereo RCA Jacks and SPDIF Optical
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Tunes ATSC (Antenna) or Clear QAM (Unencrypted Cable) Signals for Televisions, Displays, and Projectors that do not have built-in-tuners
Digital Broadcast Quality SD + HD
Dolby® Digital audio
Basic on-screen program information
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Recent Review: an antenna nut - Fairview, ew NC - 3/28/2013 Outstanding Performance!
Outstanding Performance! an antenna nut - Fairview, ew NC - 3/28/2013 I needed a tuner for an older analog LCD television that could pick up the new digital broadcasts and this tuner fits the bill perfectly! So easy to setup it pulls in nine digital channels with complete reliability. I would have expected a higher price for this product - it performed beyond my highest expectations.
Unit failed, now it works. Jack - Miami, FL - 3/11/2017 9:35:59 AM After three years of use, my Channel Master CM7001 failed. It would just show a green light and would not take commands. I ordered its substitute CM7003 immediately because it's very convenient for me to have a tuner connected to my bedroom monitor.
I opened the metal enclosure with the intention of gutting it in order to keeping the box for my solar projects. What a surprise: two of the 16-volt 680 microfarad capacitors in the power supply board were popped! No wonder the new substitute CM7003 has a separate power supply! Anyway, minding the polarity, I soldered wires to the capacitor holes on the board, which was very easy to disassemble, and connected two electrolytics that I had of approximately the same value and higher voltage. Problem solved! It's working already.
When the CM7003 arrives, I'll keep it as a spare. I hope my experience can help others.
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