Tips For Using An Antenna To Watch Free Digital TV Signals

By: Chris Mossman
By: Chris Mossman

If you're looking for tips on how to use your antenna to pick up digital tv signals, I have a link to a great video from the LA Times. Click to check it out.

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/technology/2009/12/video-tips-for-using-an-antenna-to-watch-digital-tv.html

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  • by Nathan Location: Eastern NC on Jan 29, 2010 at 10:08 PM
    Caveats: One, normal antennas won't work. No, you need a special HDTV antenna. Also, they vastly understate the quality. It is at least 720p HD. On an old TV with the converter box, it will look just like you have a DVD player hooked up. On an HDTV it will actually be clearer and crisper than DVD. (DVD is only 480p; "flat" SDTVs (they still have a CRT tube but the face is flat) have 480 horizontal lines, while the "bubble" tubes are 320. Blu-ray, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3, on the other hand, offer up to 1080.)
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