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DTV Converter Box – You Know, For Cars

ATSC Digital TV Receiver for Cars (Images courtesy Chinavasion)
By Andrew Liszewski

If your ride is pimped out with some manner of LCD display with an A/V input, you can now enjoy local terrestrial digital broadcasts thanks to this ATSC receiver that’s specifically designed for vehicles. The blue converter box can be stashed somewhere out of sight, as well as the cables that connect it to your car’s AV center, but an included remote (not pictured) allows you to change channels or select additional inputs if you still wanted to use an external DVD player. The receiver supports the ATSC DTV standard meaning it will work in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Central + South America, while the kit is available from Chinavasion for ~$70.

[ ATSC Digital TV Receiver for Cars ]








  • Jessicat

    I suppose I need a car that has the need for it.

  • obi1kenobi1

    This would be nice if DTV actually worked while the receiver was moving, but as it doesn't, I'm going to assume this was created with motorhomes or camping trips in mind, not long drives.

  • obi1kenobi1

    This would be nice if DTV actually worked while the receiver was moving, but as it doesn't, I'm going to assume this was created with motorhomes or camping trips in mind, not long drives.