Yeah, taking the plunge from the old cathode ray tube set to the new liquid
crystal display model, and thus from analogue to digital, in the process.
The coaxial cable is now male-to-male (in keeping with modern trends),
and plugs into "RF" on the new TV - whatever RF means.
Auto-tune the channels? Alright. Only trouble is : no DTV-ABC
(2,22,23,24) even if all other channels work perfectly. But ABC is there,
Perhaps the ABC operates on a lower, and/or weaker, Megahertz waveband?
What band does it operate on? No clue, not like in the old radio days
when such data was needed to find the station using a variable condenser.
Phoned the makers of the TV set, who said to use "Restore Factory
Defaults" (in case I'd stuffed things up?). Guess, what? Same reception
Maybe need a better aerial...? Costs too much?