If your TV is connected to a roof-top aerial in a good reception area, then you will find that digital TV has a very similar picture quality.
However, if like most people you have to put up with some interferance (such as snow or loss of picture) you will be amazed at the improved picture quality and stability.
Generally speaking, once you have a good, stable digital TV picture, it will stay that way!
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