Off -Air HD recievers

Discussion in 'Playback Devices' started by Adam Smasher, Aug 16, 2004.

  1. Adam Smasher

    Adam Smasher Extra

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    I am looking for a off-air (Non cable or Satelite) hi-def reciever. anyone have a suggestion on brand, price, and where to buy. I dont mind buying online. Thanks Adam
     
  2. John S

    John S Producer

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    I use a Zenith DV420 or something like that, seems to give great results, and Denver is still the old ultra low power from the studio type signals.
     
  3. Mike_J_Potter

    Mike_J_Potter Second Unit

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    Also check out Samsung, there are always good deals around (check ebay or the HTF for sale section) I got a used Samsung SIR-T151 for a great deal and it works great. I am about 20 miles from the towers and can easily pick up stations with a small radio shack amplified antenna. My only suggestion is to check out antennaweb.org before you buy to make sure you will be able to get a signal easily.
     
  4. Robert Cowan

    Robert Cowan Supporting Actor

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    John S,

    where in denver are you?
     
  5. Bill Will

    Bill Will Screenwriter

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    If you don't mind buying "Refurbished" products www.sevenefour.com has the Samsung SIR-T351 for $219.00
     
  6. John S

    John S Producer

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    Robert Cowan, I am in Lakewood, near 6th and Kipling..

    I sent a pm too, but it acted strange, so I am not so sure you got it....
     

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