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    Default Good Old Antennas Pick Up Free HDTV


    No GUTS!No GLORY!
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    hahaha thats fantastic if u live near an HD digital transmitter!

    but yeah i've noticed that especially AXN on the local satellite UBC (TRUEVisions) is quite bad looks almost like bad vcd at times...

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    i've had a second thought outside the 1 hour limit...

    but alot of places have sold off their terrestrial television frequencies for use in 3g etc mobile networks... ie UK is shutting down all analogue... oh wait i just answered my own question... analogue and digital terrestrial must be different frequencies with continued support in the digital range...

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    i want one of these sat dish made out of wood
    http://www.filsat.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=116&start=0

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    that HAIM is AWESOMEbut its seriously only gotta be useful for the high signal areas where a small dish would be used anyway right?

    i mean like the hole where signal goes in would be similar to the diameter of the dish for signal strength right?

    I mean it looks awesome, but i don't think it will help me get low signal ku...

    kool links thanks guys...

 

 

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