Digital Stream DTX9900 DTV Converter

Digital Stream DTX9900

The Digital Stream DTX9900 digital-to-analog converter box from Digital Stream has been optimized to help you make the transition from analog to digital broadcasting in 2009. This converter box simply hooks up to your analog TV so you will be able to receive over-the-air digital broadcasts. This new broadcasting will allow you to view more programming with the “sub-channels” available from many digital TV stations. The new broadcasting techniques allow you to say goodbye to fuzzy analog channels. This government mandated transition is happening on February 17, 2009, so be ready!

Features:

  • NTIA Approved Coupon Eligible Converter Box (CECB)
  • Receives and Displays All 18 ATSC Formats
  • 75 ohm RF Video/Audio Jack (Coaxial Cable)
  • Remote Control
  • Closed Captioning
  • V-Chip
  • Sleep Timer
  • Channel Buttons on Box
  • Capable of receiving major an minor free HDTV off-air-signals
  • Channel 3 or 4 output for analog conventional TV
  • Fully compliant with ATSC standards
  • Energy star requirements satisfied
  • Parental control (V-chip) and advanced Closed Caption
  • Automatic time-zone setting
  • English/Spanish on-screen display menu
  • High quality composite video and Left/Right audio output
  • Current program information supported
  • Simple universal remote control

Additional Information

Manufacturer: Digital Stream
Model #: DTX9900

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9 Comments »

  1. Jeremy Said,

    July 27, 2008 @ 10:10 pm

    I have had a Digital Stream DTX9900 since January 2008. It works very well for me, even in rural Montana, recieving signals from over fifty miles away. The antenna has to be good, but the converter handles relatively weak signals very well. No problems found yet.

  2. Donald Stolpe Said,

    August 20, 2008 @ 11:07 am

    Following the owners manual, I failed to be able to program the remote control. On section 05, I was unable to bring up the Setup Wizard on step 4. The directions are simple to follow. If this DTV Tuner box is O.K. I can see some problems that will pop up come February.

  3. Donald Stolpe Said,

    August 20, 2008 @ 12:34 pm

    Radio Shack had the answers to my problems and they walked me through the manual till it was solved. They were very helpful.I had 8 didgital staytions coming in better than before.

  4. Jorge from Miami Said,

    September 12, 2008 @ 7:57 pm

    I have two units. The remote control feels sturdy and has beefy buttons. The composite output is cristal clear. However, its my experience that the RF output can cause a herringbone pattern when either channel settings are used (3 or 4). A very good unit if you stick to using the RCA outputs.

  5. Larry Key Said,

    September 22, 2008 @ 12:31 pm

    I purchased one of the Digital Stream converter boxes a few weeks ago,my TV now has a black rectangle that takes up about one third of the screen on three different channels.

  6. Merrill Said,

    October 4, 2008 @ 7:04 am

    Unfortunately, here in Bozeman, Montana where I should be able to receive signals, I can only receive CBS and the CW. I’ve completely lost PBS, NBC, ABC, and FOX… whoopie… I suppose I need to buy yet another device (new Roof Antenna - even though my old roof antenna works just fine with Analog) on top of the Digital converter box in order to continue watching TV. Perhaps it is simply time to haul our TVs to the Good Will instead. Digital TV - ha ha ha…
    No - I, for one, am not impressed with a Government-mandated requirement that results in such a decrease in service…

  7. Shaun R Said,

    October 11, 2008 @ 5:59 am

    I bought this tuner back when I got my 40 dollar card from the government. It works fairly well as far as picture and sound quality are concerned, but I’m having problems with a black rectangle taking up a third of the screen. It just started doing this, so I’m not sure if the device is degrading or what. Worrisome. One other poster here had the same problem, and there’s no way to fix it that I’ve been able to find, so you should maybe think twice before buying this prodcut.

  8. Roberto Said,

    October 19, 2008 @ 4:20 pm

    i cant program my remote with my tv

  9. Scott S Said,

    November 27, 2008 @ 6:43 pm

    The black rectangle can be eliminated my using the zoom button. Try setting the the picture size on your tv as well.

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