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How do you get good TV reception w/o cable?

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We have a honkin' big antenna hooked up to our house. We got 3 channels.

 

Then we had a wind storm and we got 2 other channels.

 

The next windstorm blew through and we get no channels now.

 

So I don't know the answer to your question.:001_smile:

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We have a huge antenna in our attic. We are getting some digital signals already, though we may need some sort of signal booster/amplifier thingy. I guess it helps that we live on a hill.

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A good antenna will help along with the digital box that you would need after February 19 2009.

 

We've never had cable or satellite here. My dad hooked his digital box to his rabbit ears and has decided to upgrade his antenna but he got a nice signal with what he had.

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We've got a big honkin' antenna in the attic, two actually - one is just for UHF. We get tons of channels - well, until the big digital switch. We're getting a box, but who knows how it'll work out.

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Our house has a large antenna on the roof. We live in a large city and get abc, nbc, cbs, pbs, upn, fox, ion, kong, and another pbs. All except the second pbs is clear. It's more than enough for us. I'd love to have lifetime, history channel, and animal planet but it's not worth the cost of cabel.

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We have a huge antenna on the roof and a booster attached to the hd converter box hooked to the tv. With the hd converter box we get a bunch of pbs stations, the main networks, cw, ion, wxsp and few others.

 

Where we live you can get sattelite but not cable, it's not in the budget though.

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