Cheapest way to get tv channels..
We've been paying Rogers but it's time to cut back.
Suggestions greatfully appreciated.
Someone suggested we watch shows on the internet. ????
May 8th, 2010 9:00 pm
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Seriously ??? How about an antenna ?
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Oct 21st, 2010 12:13 pm
paulo500 wrote: ↑Oct 13th, 2010 8:18 pmThe cheapest Shaw Direct package i can see is the $25 Digital Lite package. (DSR 209 receiver). Im considering this package as i dont have a long enough ladder to my roof and cant be bothered with fiddling around with OTA antenna's and rotor setups. (Although in my heart i want to go this route in the future.) I also don't have an HD tv (or flatscreen for that matter), so utilizing an OTA antenna doesn't work for me right now... I have no idea how many analog signals i can get with an antenna in my area anyway.
Oct 21st, 2010 12:30 pm
Internal antenna definitely doesn't work out where i live. We had been using long rabbit ears but was only able to get 1-2 channels at a time, then would have to fiddle with it to get another channel in which would kill the previous channel we were watching. lol pita!Tornado F2 wrote: ↑Oct 21st, 2010 12:13 pmPick up a $20 internal antenna from WM and give it a shot. You may be surprised by the results. I watched the Winter Olympics on my PC using an ATI digital tuner card hooked up to a $20 antenna and got high-def coverage from the Buffalo stations, butter than what I got through cable. Being located in Toronto itself you may get even better results, even if you go with analog for the time being. The same antenna works with digital and analog signals BTW.
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Toukolou wrote: ↑Oct 21st, 2010 2:11 pmOr you can do what this inconsiderate boor did...
http://www.buildinghomes.ca/community/f ... 416&page=1