Digital Stream DSP7500t DTV Converter

DigitalStream DSP7500T

The Digital Stream DSP7500T Converter, Receives digital broadcast signals and converts them to analog, for analog tuner TV sets. This means you will be able continue to use your old TV after the US government mandate in 2009 or capture digital signals on your new TV with this digital to analog converter.

This model is one of two within the Digtial Steam DSP line. The DSP 7500t is the basic model, offering many of the standard features that you would expect to see on most DTV converters. However if you are looking for Analog pass through then the Digitial Stream DSP7700t will fit your needs perfectly.

In layman’s terms, the Analog Pass-Through receiver will allow you to still receive all of your current analog signals while also allowing you to receive all of the newer digital signals. Currently as of May 2008, 94% of all analog broadcast television stations also broad cast in digital. So to receive the 6% of the stations which have not converted over to digital you will need a receiver with Analog Pass-Through.

Features:

  • NTIA Approved Converter Box
  • Receives and Displays All 18 ATSC Formats
  • Composite Video Jack (RCA Plug)
  • 75 ohm RF Video/Audio Jack (Coaxial Cable)
  • Universal Infrared Remote Control (Can Control TV)
  • AC3 Dolby Digital Stereo Down Mixing
  • Multi-language: English, Spanish
  • Sleep Timer
  • Power Supply: Internal (cord attached)
  • Composite Video
  • Stereo Audio Outputs
  • Closed Captioning
  • V-Chip
  • Emergency Alert System
  • Energy Star
  • On-screen Program Information
  • Electronic Program Guide
  • Volume Control
  • Power LED Light: (red)
  • Standby LED Light: (green)
  • Remote Control: Universal

Additional Information

Manufacturer: Digital Stream
Model #: DSP7500T

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4 Comments »

  1. Bob Richie Said,

    May 22, 2008 @ 8:59 am

    Good, easy to view image
    Clear and easy to read text
    Produc features are well defined.

    Would mentioning a price range complete the description?

    Very good job.
    Thank you.

  2. Lana Said,

    June 20, 2008 @ 5:46 pm

    this item is a piece of junk. DOn’t waste your money.

    it barely detects channel…I only get three channels . I purchaed 2 Digital Stream DSP7500T Converter boxs and the do not get the channels the ad claims and the channels it does get are choppy.

    I get better recption without using the boxes

    If anyone wants to purchase my boxes email me at blaq.iron@yahoo.com

    I have a magic jack as well….selling that too

  3. MS Said,

    June 21, 2008 @ 7:18 pm

    Bought this unit for my daughter, compared to my RCA converter box this one doesn’t work nearly as good. Couldn’t get all the local channels that both my RCA and my Zenith gets easily as well as the built in tuner in my sdtv. Nice remote, and antenna meter, but rather disappointed in its ability to pull in channels.

  4. Russell Baer Said,

    July 24, 2008 @ 5:04 am

    It’s good to read user comments: Not all TV tuners are created equal! For whatever reasons of circuit design or components used, some tuners are simply more SENSITIVE - and can pull in a given television signal stronger, sharper, more reliably than another brand or model. Especially with digital television reception, it really has a rather finicky cut-off point where you’ll get the dreaded ‘No-Signal!’ or visual breakup onscreen if it drops below threshold. Analog TV was much more forgiving; it may have gotten grainy or ghosty, but it didn’t just totally glitch and black out.

    RB
    http://www.mac-digital-tv-tuners.com/

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