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The Hd Free Tv Antenna captures over the air digital television signals and provides them for free to consumers without having to pay monthly cable bills. Their company claims that with the Hd Free Tv Antenna, consumers can get access to networks like fox, nbc, and abc. It also claims that the image received by consumers is hd quality, available throughout all rooms in a home without having to invest in additional cable boxes or antennas.
The cost of Hd Free Tv Antenna is $10.00 plus $5.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Hd Free Tv Antenna by paying an extra fee of $5.99 for a total price of $21.98.
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First, you attach the HD Free TV antenna to a flat surface such as a door, a window, or a wall. The product has a thin design which is very low profile and easily concealed.
Second, you plug your new HD Free TV antenna into the aux/in part of your television.
Third, you start scanning for channels in your area and enjoy. It will start pulling signals from all directions, searching for any over the air network signals and moving them straight into your television. Due to the fact that it pulls from all directions, it allows consumers to watch the same networks in every room in the home without any extra wires or cable boxes.
Once it is plugged in and working, it will send uncompressed, 1080 picture to the television, often providing access to the news, sports, and even movies.
Consumers do not have to worry about contracts with cable companies, fees for cable, or price hikes. The cost of the device itself is a one time fee and after that, no additional fees are charged to the consumer. They can cancel their cable if they so choose and avoid monthly bills for television.
When consumers watch shows with standard cable, the images seen on the television travel through the cables in the walls, then into the cable box. This compresses the signal which decreases the size. However, in spite of being easier to transmit it means they lose some of their quality by the time they are played on television. With the new HD Free TV antenna, the over air digital signal is uncompressed and can be directed to your television without the middle man or decompression. The result is better quality picture.
While the company claims that the HD Free TV antenna gives HD cable, consumers need to connect with an hdmi cable to receive authentic HD images. This means that the images projected onto your television with this product are not actual HD images, just better quality than what would be received through a cable box. What’s more, the distance you are to a broadcast tower and whether there are trees, mountains, or buildings in between you and the tower will impact the quality of images you can receive.
There are alternative digital antennas on the market, specifically Clear TV. This manufacturer offers many products and varieties each of which are designed to work the same as the HD Free TV antenna. For both this version and the alternatives, there is one thing which must be understood. The reviews from customers are positive and negative, often in one extreme or the other. This is indicative of the fact that many consumers assume they will receive all of the same channels the way they do with cable service, which is not true. Those who are aware that they might not pick up the exact same channels are very satisfied with it. However, those who expect it to replace their current level of programming and service without issue are disappointed.
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