Don\'t Pitch That Analog TV, AV ToolBox Has a New HDTV Receiver

As of Feb. 19, 2009 the analog to digital transition will take effect, so AVToolBox has a product, the ATSC-100, that will provide a high quality way to view local, off-air HDTV Stations on a non-HD TV Set.

Don't Pitch That Analog TV, AV ToolBox Has a New HDTV Receiver

As of Feb. 19, 2009 the analog to digital transition will take effect, so AVToolBox has a product, the
ATSC -100, that will provide a high quality way to view local, off -air HDTV Stations on a non -HD TV Set.

ERLANGER, KY, February 21, 2007 - The analog to digital transition can be simple thanks to the new AV ToolBox ATSC -100 HDTV Off -Air Receiver. It can also be affordable by letting consumers keep their current televisions. The ATSC -100 will receive all US Terrestrial HDTV Signals and accommodates both Component and Composite Video outputs as well as Stereo Audio. The unit is extremely affordable with a suggested retail price of $199 and they are in -stock and ready to ship.

Multiple profiles can be created and stored so that the image will be best for the type of programming viewed and closed captioning is fully supported as well as V -Chip parental content control. Automatic channel scan is standard and individual channels can also be added manually. Audio levels are fully adjustable and a Favorite Channel list can be constructed so that it isnˇ¦t necessary to scan through channels that are of no interest to the viewer. Comprehensive On -Screen Displays allow the user to control the unit as well as view the Electronic Program Guide (EPG).
Displayed aspect ratios may be either 4:3 or 16:9 and the unit can be controlled via panel mounted switches as well as Infrared remote control. A transmitted resolution display is provided so that the viewer can instantly determine when High Definition programming is being provided by the broadcaster. Output resolution can be set to 480p, 720p or 1080i in the YPbPr mode as needed for the type of display being used.
An optional indoor antenna, the ATSC -A50, is available for those persons living near (<25 miles) to the television transmitter who have no line of sight obstructions present and do not wish to install an external antenna. The antenna is designed to receive all channels and is powered via an included DC power supply. It features a built -in high gain amplifier and has a suggested retail price of $29.
For more information, contact Amy Fraley at TV One. To download an accompanying image suitable for publishing along with this news release, please use the following link, http://www.avtoolbox.com/atsc -100.shtml and scroll down to the images.
From TV One, 1350 Jamike Drive, Erlanger, KY, 41018, 800 -721 -4044, 859 -282 -7303, http://www.tvone.com.
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Founded in 1991, TV One specializes in video, audio and multimedia processing equipment, based on its proprietary CORIO㤠video conversion technology. Centrally located in Erlanger, KY with offices across the globe, TV One manufactures a complete line -up of products for the professional and broadcast video market.

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