I assume you currently have analog cable (no digital box needed) and are thinking of upgrading to digital (box needed)?
Digital is suppose to have a sharper picture and audio but I think it's sort of hard to compare unless you had both set up side by side. Other advantages to digital is that you have an on screen program guide where you can go directly to that program and program descriptions.
The digital box gives you access to video on demand if you so choose.
Also, if you currently have analog and upgrade to digital I believe there are extra channels for no charge that you don't get now. Ex: teletoon retro
Plus there's a selection of pick and pay digital channels.
you can recieve all the galaxy music channels with an HDTV because they aren't scrambled. Used to be able to get the golf channel as well, but they soon stopped that! The cable box is really just used as a decoder.
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