What’s on the tube?
If you have the right digital tuner antenna, the answer is a lot. And you don’t even have to pay for it.
The days of the old rabbit ear antenna and rooftop monstrosities are gone; There are now some significantly better options available when it comes to getting your favorite shows. With a digital tuner antenna, you can enjoy the best programing from the comfort of your home without the burden on your wallet subscriptions call for.
Want television without the subscriptions? Read all about how a digital tuner antenna is your answer.
You might be reluctant to think an antenna could be as useful as the television service you pay for monthly. But that’s far from the truth.
We’re going to spill the beans about everything the big television service companies don’t want you to know.
Here are the 10 things you need to know about digital tuner antennas.
Yep. All free.
No more paying exorbitant amounts of cash each month to watch a few channels. Because digital antennas rely on over-the-air broadcasts, receivers don’t have to pay for the signals. That means you’re saving beaucoup dollars each month.
Worried you’ll miss out on those latest episodes on CW specials or CBS? Don’t be.
Almost all the major networks are available to you. In fact, the TennaZ Ultra-thin HDTV Antenna lets you watch 100 or more channels for free.
One Dallas citizen received approximately 120 channels for free by switching to a digital tuner antenna.
Furthermore, you’ll receive more local channels than ever before. Most cable and satellite companies don’t provide all the regional possibilities available to you. However, these are ripe for the picking with a digital tuner antenna!
Contrary to what others may tell you, you don’t need a new television to enjoy the benefits HDTV antennas.
Many televisions come with digital tuners. The antenna connects to this tuner.
For televisions that don’t have a digital tuner, converter boxes are available. Converter boxes aren’t costly; most average between $20 and $50.
You don’t have to be a technology wizard to use an antenna.
Although some devices work differently, most require the same steps. Using the remote, users go to the home page and select the auto-scan or channel-scan option.
The antenna will do all the heavy lifting for you. With the push of this button, the device lists all available channels.
You’ll notice digital tuner antennas have subchannels. The subchannels provide even more options for your viewing pleasures.
Putting it simply, a subchannel frequency offers the main broadcast as well as other broadcasts. These appear as decimal points on a channel on your television.
Many individuals associate HDTV antennas with fuzzy images and inferior audio quality. But the truth is that you’ll have better quality using a digital tuner antenna.
Data transmitted to your television through cable or satellite is compressed to fit as many channels as possible in a signal. For this reason, larger corporations can offer hundreds of channels.
However, this comes at a cost. Compressing this data and shoving it into as few signals as possible reduces the quality.
Because over-the-air signals require much less digital compression, the signal loses less data as your television receives it. The result is crisper images.
It is true that location impacts how well your antenna receives signals. An antenna relies on line of sight, meaning if a broadcasting tower’s signals are interrupted by structures, trees or other topography, the signal becomes weak.
However, it doesn’t mean you can’t have an antenna and enjoy wonderful television if you’re surrounded by buildings or wilderness.
Now, devices can provide clear pictures regardless of topography. Many are able to do so with broadcasting towers long distances away.
The TennaZ Ultra-Thin HDTV Antenna, for instance, works well for 90% of the nation and includes a free signal amplifier to extend the range of the attena.
Blackouts are prevalent, and it’s only going to get worse.
More companies than ever are hoarding their productions from rival businesses. Disney, for instance, is removing all of its films from Netflix to open its own streaming service.
That means the thousands of people who rely on Netflix, Hulu or similar programs to watch television will soon find their favorite programs removed from the picture.
But not if you have an easy digital TV like this. Instead, you can tune in whenever you like.
Putting it in easy terms, 4K television offers supreme quality. In fact, the image quality is four times that of 1080p—a format considered high quality already.
This high quality is ensured through ATSC 3.0, a regulation by the Advanced Television Systems Committee that requires broadcast signals to be formatted a certain way. The new requirements will make over-the-air channels’ images and audio better than ever before.
You don’t have to shimmy up to the roof and tack on an antenna.
Instead, there are types of antennas you can use within your home that can give you great clarity and picture quality. Add them to a tabletop, wall, or shelf, and your television is ready to go.
Exterior antennas are also available. Deciding which is best for your situation depends on your location and where the nearest broadcasting tower is.
Do you want to hide your device? You’re in luck.
Today, antennas are customizable. You can find antennas that look like decorations or ones that are so thin they can stick to your wall behind a shelf or television.
No matter where you are or what you desire, there is an HDTV antenna to meet your needs.
Get rid of those monthly subscriptions through your internet and television companies. Instead, get television the free way: through a digital tuner antenna.
If you’re ready to reap the benefits, try out our antenna for yourself. We’re so positive you’ll love it that we’ve created our 100% Results or Money-Back Guarantee.
If it doesn’t work for you, we’ll take it off your hands.
But we doubt that will happen.
Welcome to the new age of television.
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