What’s the difference between HDMI DVI and STB?
The HDMI-STB is for your cable or satellite box, the DVI is for a Blu-Ray or other device. They are virtually the same except that they correspond to different buttons on the remote control. The TV does not seem to recognize what is plugged into it or not – it is not a very smart TV! 7 of 10 found this helpful.
What does HDMI STB mean?
STB: Set-Top Box
The STB port is intended for use with your set-top box: the input device provided to you by your cable or satellite provider.May 10, 2017
What is HDMI STB DVI used for?
HDMI STB port explained. What is an HDMI STB? This HDMI input, HDMI in1 (STB- Set Top Box) is for connecting consoles such as xBOX, PlayStation, Roku TV and other devices that will transmit video via HDMI to the TV. Note that you can also connect any device to this port.
What is STB input?
A set-top box (STB), also colloquially known as a cable box and historically television decoder, is an information appliance device that generally contains a TV-tuner input and displays output to a television set and an external source of signal, turning the source signal into content in a form that can then be