How to receive TV signals with an antenna?March 30, 2016 – 02:46 pm

How to receive TV signals with an antenna?

Have you been thinking about cutting the cord, swapping your pricey cable service for an indoor antenna and free over-the-air TV? Then you ll have to make sure you can get decent reception. And just like real estate, indoor antenna reception is all about location, location, location. Ever since the move to all-digital HDTV signals, you will either be able to pull in a TV station or not; the all-or-nothing nature of digital signals means the days of… for beginners

How to receive Free to Air channels?June 7, 2016 – 03:10 pm

How to receive Free to Air channels?

Yesterday, Channel 7’s new free-to-air TV channel, 7flix, went on air in Australian metro areas. The channel focuses on general entertainment, kids shows and movies — with a film screening at 8:30pm every night of the week. Here’s how to get the new channel on your TV. Formerly known as Channel 76, 7flix is an all-new digital free-to-air channel broadcast by the 7 Network. As its name implies, the channel airs movies exclusively in its prime time…

TV signal receiverJuly 19, 2016 – 09:35 am

TV signal receiver

Digital TV antennas have come a long ways since your grandma’s rabbit ears antennas you grew up with. Here is our list of the 10 things you need to know about modern day digital TV antennas. Broadcast signals are superior to cable and satellite. There are no paid subscription fees to receive over-the-air (OTA) television, and the picture and sound quality is far superior. In addition, OTA broadcasts are free from the signal compressions used by cable…