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Old 15-Aug-2018, 11:40 PM   #37
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Originally Posted by Dagwood View Post
Wow, I checked that out and started reading that guy's post and what he did. But into the second or third paragraph I realized this was way over my head. I guess I'll just leave things alone.

Wiring in a third TV just to check signals isn't something I want to do either.
Then the only choice left for you is a used digital to analog converter box made 10 years ago. I liked the Apex DT502 that had two signal bars, one for signal quality, the other for signal strength.

The current converter boxes aren't made as well. The original CECBs had to meet strict specs to qualify for the coupon program.
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