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Indoor Antennas? (non-HD)

Discussion in 'Displays' started by Tim Holyoke, Jan 17, 2005.

  1. Tim Holyoke

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    I'm going to school only a couple days a week, working the rest of the time, and have an apartment at school for those couple days each week. I don't want to spend the $$$ for cable, but with my regular rabbit ears, I don't get real good reception. Get a few channels, but no FOX or NBC.

    I'll spend a little money if needed...are there any good indoor antennas that would be worth it? Any help is greatly appreciated!

    Tim
     
  2. Jim Mcc

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    Tim, the Zenith Silver Sensor gets great reviews. Also, Radio Shack has an amplified double bow-tie type that's pretty good.
     
  3. Tim Holyoke

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    The Silver Sensor works good for non-HDTV too? How much is it? Just found at Zenith dealers? Thanks.
     
  4. Tim Holyoke

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    Picked up a Silver Sensor at Sears today for non-HDTV use...WOW! This thing's amazing, better picture than the roof mounted antenna I used to have at home. I wish they made one for VHF [​IMG] . Only problem I have now is I didn't get a combiner thingy...what exactly do I want? I need to use by rabbit ears yet for VHF, so I need to combine the coaxials from each antenna to plug into the TV. Thanks for the suggestion, don't waste your time with amplification.

    Tim
     

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