Digital TV Converter Box
Converter digital broadcast to your analog TV
EPG (Electronic Program Guide) and program information
Favorite Channel List
Parental control function
Auto-tuning (Tune all digital broadcasts)
Signal Quality Indicator
Closed Captioning
Advanced Video / Audio parameters adjustment
Analog passthrough Channel ¾
Recording function, playback for movies, pictures, and music
Video Decoder: MPEG-2 MP at HL, MPEG-4 SP, ASP, H.264 HP at L4.1, DivX3.11, 4.X, 6.X, FLV format and VC-1
Video Resolution: 1080p, 1080u, 720p, 576p
Built-in HDMI Output


iView 3100STB-A Highlights

  • Converts digital broadcast signals to work with analog TV
  • ATSC/QAM Tuner
  • Analog Passthrough Channel
  • TV Recording Function (External Drive required)
  • Universal Media Player (External Drive required)
  • Supports Auto-Tuning, Electronic Program Guide (EPG), Favorite Channel List, Closed Caption, Parental Control, Channel Management, and Multilingual Support
  • 4.8 × 4.3 × 1.6 inches
  • 1.05 lb
  • Includes 3100STB-A and Remote

Are you still holding on to your old analog TV? Iview offers a practical and economical solution to households that rely on OTA broadcasts. By getting an iView digital converter box, you won't have to replace your beloved analog TV.

Advantages of the iView Converter Box

Enjoy the following benefits when you get the high quality iView 3100STB:

  • Automatically converts digital signal to analog
  • Can pull in a lot more channels than other converter boxes
  • Enables you to record your favorite shows
  • Better sound quality and picture clarity
  • Multiple outputs for maximum versatility

Product Features

Couple watching TV using iView 3100STB Converter Box, where digital broadcast transmission is converted by iView 3100STB to analog transmission to be viewable on Analog TV

From Analog to Digital

The iView Digital Converter box automatically converts the signal to be compatible with your analog unit. Analog TV owners won't need to get themselves a new TV if they don't want to. The tuner box comes in with input holes for both analog and newer-type TVs.

The iView 3100STB has a built in QAM tuner and supports Over-the-Air (OTA), which allows the user to receive some unencrypted digital cable channels, also known as "in-the-clear" channels. You can finally watch TV without needing additional set-top boxes or a monthly cable subscription.

Our iView 3100STB has passthrough capbilities via firmware to access analog channels in countries and areas where analog signals are still present. You can rely on the iView 3100STB to acquire the transmission and play it directly to your television set. Analog channels will still be accessible due to our converter boxes' pass-through capability. Broadcasting is still alive and well, even in your old TV.

Digital TV programs on your analog/digital TV

OTA (Over-the-Air)

The iView Digital Box works great in OTA. Once plugged in, the 3100STB gives you a wider range of channels you can view, with noticeably higher picture clarity. Just take the converter out of the box, connect to your antenna line, and you're ready to go.

Connect your TV via the RCA, YPbPr or HDMI port. The TV set is then programmed to receive the local ATSC signal. Do a quick search to immediately display the channels that are available.

QAM Capability

By default, the device is set to scan for ATSC channels over the air, using a standard antenna, but our converter boxes are also able to pick up Clear QAM channels. This can be done by going into going into the settings of your IView converter box and simply changing a setting. Once you’ve done that, you’ll be ready to watch cable TV in no time!

The iView 3100STB comes with QAM, or Quadrature Amplitude Modulation, capability, a format that most cable TV companies use to transmit and encode their signals.

QAM works similarly with ATSC tuners in that they transmit and encode signals, but that's where the similarity ends. Local TV stations use only ATSC while cable providers use QAM. The iView 3100STB is compatible with both ATSC and ClearQAM signals. Getting both means you'll have access to cable channels as well, even those that are in HD, and perhaps a few extra channels.

Bottom line is that you get unscrambled digital programming and bonus channels (depending on your location). HD and SD channels become unlocked the moment you plug and successfully setup the iView 3100STB in. Picture quality will entirely depend on the converter unit's ability to acquire signal, and this is where iView's offering shines.

High Definition

You can get free high definition channels with the iView 3100STB unit. You now can choose to view TV content in your preferred format- whether it be 576p, 720p, 1080i or 1080p. Simply connect an HDMI cable from the 3100STB to your TV and voila! Crystal-clear viewing at its finest. The maximum definition that the iView converter box puts out is 1080p, which should be more than adequate for watching movies and your favorite TV series.

Electronic Program Guide

The EPG is a program listing that's similar to paper TV guides. Access this to see a screen list of channels and shows to choose from.

Digital TV technology lets local guides transmit their channel and program information for your convenience. You'll need a set-top converter unit or a digital TV to see this feature. Program System Information Protocol, or PSIP stands as the regular format for stations with a PSIP generator. The data coming from the PSIP is sent to the DTV, or digital TV signal which displays programming and station information, which users can see via the Electronic Programming Guide.

With the iView Digital Converter device, you can access the EPG and see the upcoming shows in grid form, just like in cable DVR. You can use this feature to choose which shows to record.

Auto Tuning

Auto Tuning scans for all available channels and finds available digital broadcasts for one-click programming. You won't have to do extra channel up or channel down presses just to see the next channel.

Favorite Channel List

Once you've done a scan of all the available channels, you can record your favorite channels into the Favorites menu. This way you can jump in-between two great shows without having to go through the shows in the middle. A customized list of channels make for better entertainment.

Parental Control

Access this function to limit what your children can watch with a few button presses. You can disable specific channels or TV stations and set a child-safe programming via a password.

Media function allows playback for movies, pictures and music

Universal Media Player

The iView 3100STB can act as a universal media player to churn out any video in AVI, MKV, MPG or MKV formats and any audio files in WMA, MP3, or AAC formats. You will no longer need a video player or get tangled up in the wiring when setting up a digital converter box and a DVD player at the same time.

The 3100STB sports the following video decoding capabilities- MPEG-2 MP in NS, MPEG-4 ASP, SP, In DivX 3.11, 4.x, 6.x, VC-1, FLV and H.264 HP format.

To use both the media player and DVR functions, it is required to connect a USB Flash Drive or External Hard Drive to the box. The drive needs to be no bigger than 2TB in size and formatted to Fat32 or NTFS.

If the storage device has any media already saved on it, those media files can be played on the Iview Box. Selecting “Pictures” will display a slide show of any pictures in JPG, BMP, or PNG format. Selecting “Music” will turn the device into a music player. This music player can play any music files in WMA, MP3, or AAC format. The final option, “Video” will allow playback of any videos in AVI, MKV, MPG, and MKV formats. During video playback, you can press the green SCHD button, on the remote, to cycle between preview and full-screen modes.

Free DVR to record your favority TV programs

DVR Capabilities Without The Extra Cost

The iView 3100STB can also be used to record digital content while you're away from the TV. Choose the preferred show, then hit the Record button and the iView 3100STB will start recording the show, just like a DVR equipment.

Connect your External HD For DVR recording. Plug your external disk drive in to record movies and shows straight to your device.

The DVR function can be done two ways: A recording can start and stop using the red REC and STOP buttons on the remote, respectively, allowing for impromptu recordings at any time. The device can also schedule recordings by pressing the green SCHD button on the remote. From there, the channel, start time, and end time can be set and the box will automatically record and end at the scheduled times. This can also be set to record daily (every day, including weekends), weekly (once a week), or just once. However, the box’s recording functions are limited to one at a time and can only have no more than 30 scheduled recording jobs saved onto the box’s memory.

Record Live Programming In One Button Click

The One Button allows users to access Favorite CH, Aspect Ratio, CC, Mute, Info, Record and get to the EPG. You can also use the remote to check Signal Quality via the Signal Strength Indicator.

iView-3100STB Form and Function


Front Panel

  • USB Port - The USB port may be connected to an external hard drive for added storage space during DVR recording.

3100STB Black Converter Box with information on frontal display

Back Panel

  • ANT In/Out - Lets you attach an antenna in order for the digital channels to be converted in the proper analog format.
  • HDMI - HDMI cables deliver high definition throughput resolution to a compatible display.
  • Composite Outputs - The same with component outputs, composite cables can be connected from the converter box to the TV.

3100STB Black Converter Box with information on frontal display