Why Have an HDTV Antenna?
The first question some might ask when considering what HDTV antenna is recommended for rural areas, dense high-rise apartment buildings, or good old American HDTV watching in suburbia, is why even have an HDTV antenna?
While it is true that cable providers like Comcast, Time Warner, and others, as well as satellite TV companies like DirecTV and Dish Network offer high-definition feeds directly to their subscribers without needing an HDTV antenna, there are plenty of people who might want to look into getting their HDTV over the air for free. We aren’t just talking about low-tech people like your grandmother either. In fact, some of the biggest techies around might be in the market for an HDTV antenna soon as they drop the cable company or drop the satellite company and watch all the latest shows and programming for free.
Sources like Hulu, and even many channel’s official websites, now offer first-run, popular television programming for free. For those willing to go through the setup, these programs can be streamed in high-definition into that big screen 65″ Sony Bravia LCD HDTV in the living room. For others, watching television on their computer monitor, laptop screen, or watching TV on a iPad is all they really want.
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