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Re: Another TV question:

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Posted by W_B on January 30, 2013 at 10:28:11 from (

In Reply to: Another TV question: posted by Dick on January 24, 2013 at 14:45:37:

We are about 50 miles from most of the TV broadcast towers in Columbus and have only had over the air for some time. Between work and showing and caring for critters and some volunteer work on some local and national associations we just don't have time to watch much TV, maybe about 2-3 hrs. a night through the week. No cable in the area so satellite is the only other option, had satellite internet put in a couple of years ago too, but speed isn't enough to stream TV shows or movies and daily down load is limited. Would like to have cable internet or something like it that is faster and cheaper.

I had a really big antenna up on the chimney with a small amp near the TV but the tree that hit the house in a storm took it and the chimney out. Put back up a smaller one and couldn't get reception worth a darn. The upstairs cheap flat screen did better with rabbit ears and an amp. I put a mast mounted RCA amp on it (up on a 40 ft. ladder on a 30 degree day in a steady 10 mph wind), replaced the old cable with a triple shielded cable and moved the upstairs amp to about half way along the run so now it is better. But the PBS station in Athens doesn't come in, except of course, upstairs with the rabbit ears!


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