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Indoor HD antenna........

Discussion in 'HDTV discussion' started by jixxxer, Feb 26, 2007.

  1. jixxxer

    jixxxer Guest

    Anyone ever try the indoor antennas they sell at walmart. I thinks its a phillips 50db hd antenna. Cost is 30 bucks.
     
  2. odb992001

    odb992001 Guest

    i got a HD antenna at circuit city for ten dollars more, it works great. my channels comes in prefect. even tho i have my HDtv in the basement. pick it up, if ur not happy with it take it back, but i think it will work great for u.
     
  3. garmoon

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    I just bought a Philips SDV2270/17 ($20) indoor rabbit ears/loop antenna. Will take it back. Reception not good on all channels. I'm located in town with plenty HD signals.

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  4. jixxxer

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    So I guess alot depends on where u are located. I live in a rural area in Louisiana.
     
  5. garmoon

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    may sha, where you live in Louisiana. I'm in BR. Raised in Lafayette.
     
  6. gerry1

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    I've thougt of trying it myself. There are good amount of HD channels in Philly. On the whole, broadcast TV signals really suck in downtown Philly and HD requires a clean strong signal I'm told. Maybe I'll try it and return it if it doesn't work. It just really goes against the grain to spend a hundred bucks a month just to watch the tube!
     

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