Panasonic TU-DST52 Tuners


  • receives and decodes all over-the-air HDTV/SDTV formats
  • 3 display modes for matching the tuner's output format to your TV
  • signal strength meter
  • optical digital output for Dolby Digital audio
  • 2 sets of A/V outputs (2 composite, 1 S-video, and 1 component video)
  • 1 RF antenna input for HDTV/SDTV
  • universal remote control
  • 11-13/16"W x 2-5/8"H x 8-3/8"D

User Reviews (1)

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hhandyman   AudioPhile [Feb 12, 2008]

Clear crisp picture even in the rca connection its a great deal clearer with the high end specialty cable connection.


With the life of digital it's Yes or no on or off no middle ground when signal is down its gone so an iffy signal is a pain to watch its a picture blank or audio no picture that will continue to be the major problem with digital broadcasting is that blank screen at the worse part of a plot... like a movie when the projectionist goes on strike as Holms was saying the Murder is................................................ the nest thing you see is next week we will have the Sound of Music the repeat of this movie wont be for 3 years. as the ancient kin would say the cereal movie Pearls of Pauline. and that kept the 5-cent movie busy

It’s easy to setup uses standard UHF antenna complete directions in the setup manual it gives excellent pictures from stations over 70 miles away and has built in strength meter.
I use a Zenith 4 bay bow tie uhf antenna with a channel master antenna amp inside the attic and even thru a foot of brick it picks up clearly and does not show the antenna outside most think it’s a cable TV until I use the rotor to point the antenna for other stations. When I go to traditional uhf broadcast it’s a fair but snowy picture the thing is wit normal analog it’s a maybe picture to a clear one with digital it’s a picture or nothing occasionally its pixilated but rarely that’s rural digital reception in town or close proximity to transmission the amplified mini-antenna should do fine

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