HDMI antenna tuner
The p/n DCT310 set-top-box receives electronic high definition broadcast TV signals for watching on any television or monitor. Numerous outputs are offered allowing compatibility with many products, from older analog tvs toward newest in high definition's, monitors and projectors. A front-panel USB slot normally supplied, permitting viewing of picture files, a number of formats of video data, and playing of songs files.
The antenna input features selection selectable 12VDC energy production, that may run all "Smart" energetic antennas, in-line amplifiers and increased splitters.
Numerous electronic and analog A/V outputs supply up to 1080i video clip, and 5.1 Dolby Digital audio.
Standard 75Ω coaxial cable input allows link all types of tv antennas, and numerous outputs are given, allowing compatibility with virtually any tv and a lot of tracks. The 75Ω result connection may be configured to behave as either a feed through RF link, or a modulated NTSC CH3/4 production.
The antenna input functions menu selectable 12VDC power output, that'll run all Stellar laboratories energetic antennas, in-line amplifiers and increased splitters.
- Result resolution to 1080i
- Automatic station scan
- On display program guide
- Included 39 button IR radio control
- Selectable 12VDC coax energy on antenna feedback
- Production Contacts:
- Configurable 75Ω "F" kind
- Composite video clip
- Y/Pr/Pb component video
- HDMI audio / movie
- L/R line level unbalanced sound (Red/White RCA feminine)
- Coaxial digital sound (RCA feminine), aids Dolby Digital 5.1
- Supported Files:
- Photo: JPG, BMP, PNG
- Audio: MP3, WMA, ACC
- Movie: AVI, MPG, DAT, VOB and MJPEG
- Additional Details:
- Dimensions: 1-1/2” (H) x 5-7/8” (W) x 4-1/4” (D)
- Power demands: 90~240VAC, 50/60Hz, 10W (max)
- Antenna energy output: 12VDC, 100mA max
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Terrestrial - On The Air Reception
Topographic circumstances also climate and sunshine activity have great influence on TV terrestrial reception range. Choosing the right antenna for your location should determine the reception range and display quality regarding the DCT310. Find out more on this topic.
Selecting the right antenna and materials.
Terrestrial digital reception dilemmas.
DTV Multipath Interference.
Cliff impact in terrestrial electronic reception.
Cable Television Compatibility
This tuner, p/n DCT310, was created to receive only terrestrial on the environment transmissions. You won't utilize satellite tv !
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The DCT310 Terrestrial off-air additional HDTV tuner receiver is a wonderful device for use with projectors and tracks featuring HDMI, Component and Composite inputs. The TV tuner supply exemplary picture and crispy stereo sound. Very helpful with Projectors, DVD recorders and VCRs without built-in TV tuner!
Easy To Install
The DCT310 HDTV Receiver
Digital tuner put top field is easy to
install utilizing the tuner's obvious handbook. Needs Indoor/outdoor antena.
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