When TV goes totally digital in 2009, Grandma is going to be stuck with TVs that don’t get any of her stories. The remedy is this little DTT900 box, which will sell for about $60. This is a $20 premium over the $40 coupon households can request from the federal government and that gets you a digital-to-analog converter, remote, and build-in V-CHIP and close captioning, ensuring she doesn’t miss a minute of Price is Right. It has composite and RF-in and is basically puts that old RCA on life-support long enough to finally convince Grammy to get a plasma and a PS3, because Ninety Nine Nights will totally kick her ass.
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