Bye, Bye Cable TV - Cutting the Proverbial Cord

dkreichen1968

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#1
"An antenna hooked up to your TV’s still allows you to get all of your local channels, over the air, for free, the good ol’ fashioned way. Lucikly, my attic was already wired with coax cable from a previous owner who had satellite. This allowed me to easily split the antenna signal to both TV’s in the home without running extra wires. To my surprise, all of the local HD channels look better when received over the air than they do on AT&T or Comcast."

iamryfly - Bye, Bye Cable TV - Cutting the Proverbial Cord
 

MrPogi

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#2
He says he's having trouble with CBS channel 2: it's RF channel 12 and he's using an Antennas Direct DB4, not the best VHF-hi antenna for a channel that others say they are having trouble getting also.

Your advice you left in the comments should fix him up, Dan.
 

dkreichen1968

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#3
He says he's having trouble with CBS channel 2: it's RF channel 12 and he's using an Antennas Direct DB4, not the best VHF-hi antenna for a channel that others say they are having trouble getting also.

Your advice you left in the comments should fix him up, Dan.
He responded in the comments, so I certainly hope he will take my advice and get set up for "America's most watched network." :)
 

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