|Post 19 made on Friday January 5, 2007 at 16:34|
"It does, although I haven't seen any TVs where you could program a tuner for a set of channels, switch to a different signal on the same input, and then ADD a bunch of channels. Programming for the "B" input would normally erase the channel list for the "A" input, so the A - B switch would be easy to switch but totally a pain to use."
Amazingly this is what my Samsung STB does model DTB-H260F, it is designed to memorize QAM and OTA-ATSC. You than hit a button to select between QAM and OTA - ATSC. It does not lose the memorized channels when you switch between the two.
Why Samsung just didn't use separate F connectors I will never know.
And yes I realise this is a STB and not a TV and yes I am talking QAM and not analog cable.
And BTW - you need a A/B switch to change between the two sources going to the one F connector.