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Digital TV aerial cable

Posted by on October 19, 2016 – 06:46 pm

Digital TV aerial cable

Digital TV antennas have come a long ways since your grandma’s rabbit ears antennas you grew up with. Here is our list of the 10 things you need to know about modern day digital TV antennas. Broadcast signals are superior to cable and satellite. There are no paid subscription fees to receive over-the-air (OTA) television, and the picture and sound quality is far superior. In addition, OTA broadcasts are free from the signal compressions used by cable and satellite giving you unadulterated high definition television. Unlock new local channels. Cable…

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TV digital audio out cable

Posted by on December 28, 2015 – 12:59 pm

TV digital audio out cable

How to Connect an HDTV to Your Sound System or Home Theater Audio Transcript Systems are different, but here are the general steps to connect your HDTV to your home theater or sound system. First, check your HDTV unit’s input/output ports. Usually at the side or in back. Input jacks receive signals, output jacks send signals from your HDTV to your system. Now, check your audio amplifiers input/output ports, they’re usually in back. Here are the ports on a typical home theater unit. There are three main ways to make audio connections. Most all audio…

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Digital cable to analog TV

Posted by on July 31, 2016 – 04:09 pm

Digital cable to analog TV

The bottom product is a set-top box, an electronic device which cable subscribers use to connect the cable signal to their television set. Cable television is a system of delivering television programming to paying subscribers via radio frequency (RF) signals transmitted through coaxial cables or, in the 2010s, light pulses through fiber-optic cables. This contrasts with broadcast television, in which the television signal is transmitted over the air by radio waves and received by a television antenna attached to the television. FM radio programming…

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How to watch digital TV without cable?

Posted by on June 4, 2016 – 01:24 pm

How to watch digital TV without cable?

NEW YORK (MainStreet) — Ever click through all 700 HD channels on your cable or satellite service channel lineup only to announce, Nothing s on with a long sigh? Maybe you subscribe to a streaming service such as Netflix , Hulu Plus or Amazon Prime to get more shows when you want them, but you also want to see them on your big TV screen. Or maybe you want to cut the cable cord entirely to watch live TV and just use video streaming but are worried about missing live sports from the NFL and MLB or news? Officially termed SVOD (subscription video-on-demand)…

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Optical digital audio cable Apple TV

Posted by on August 21, 2016 – 11:54 am

Optical digital audio cable Apple TV

Missing the old Apple TV s optical audio port? Here s how to make do on the fourth-generation Apple TV. The fourth-generation Apple TV comes with many new features, but it s lost a few, too—namely, an optical audio port. If you relied on the optical audio port to hook up your AV system, here are a few solutions you may want to consider. Use your TV (free) If your TV offers an optical audio port, consider hooking up your sound system to it, rather than your Apple TV. You ll lose AirPlay support, yes, but that speaker system will still be ready to…

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Digital TV reception without cable

Posted by on May 23, 2016 – 08:01 am

Digital TV reception without cable

If all you need are the basic network television channels like CBS, NBC, ABC and a FOX affiliate and you re not too far-or blocked by mountains-from a broadcast mast, you can pick up good quality high definition (HD) signals, in many cases better than the signals delivered by cable. You will need an antenna, and it doesn t have to be a particularly elaborate one either. In many cases, any old analog television antenna you might have up on your roof will work. Worst case scenario, you can add an amplifier or upgrade the antenna. Step 1 Identify any…

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Digital TV Antenna for Boats

Posted by on September 20, 2016 – 07:28 am

Digital TV Antenna for Boats

Television on boats is no longer only in the domain of megayachts. Everyone can get reception at sea. Boat? Check. Chips? Check. Flatscreen? Check. (Photo: Regal Boats) Long before that Internet thing smacked us in the societal face, television shocked the world in a similar fashion. And while web access hasn t yet become the norm on boats — though it s growing by leaps and bounds, year after year — TV is now a standard item on just about every boat with a cabin large enough to weekend in. That could mean anything from a small flatscreen on the…

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