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All these years of living i did not know this was possible to do your tv.. especially before streaming and cable.. just had to share.

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Lol kids finding out how an aerial works. You might want to use something longer if you don't happen to live near a transmitter.

http://www.overtheairdigitaltv.com/tv-station-locator-tool/



Wow, that was remarkably simple!



You didn't know that antennas exist?



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vivster said:
You didn't know that antennas exist?

Lol.

Yeah. But I was somewhat blown away when I found out about this when I was like, 16.



I'm sure people used to use knives and forks for things like this



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BRAH!!! That's really impressive!



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1980. That was the last time I used an antenna with a TV at my parents place. I would be very curious to see what I could pick up with an antenna now. Think I would get anywhere from 1 to 3 channels.



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COKTOE said:

1980. That was the last time I used an antenna with a TV at my parents place. I would be very curious to see what I could pick up with an antenna now. Think I would get anywhere from 1 to 3 channels.

The sad thing is, when our cable went out 5 years ago we could pick up a few analog channels (without even an antenna, just a piece of coax cable attached) and they were better quality than the digital HD channels... No pixelation! All analog channels are gone now, there's a few digital channels you can pick up but then you get the worst of both worlds. Atmospheric noise causing the signal to break up and compression artifacts, yay.