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Forum: Help With Reception 17-Sep-2011, 8:11 PM
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Posted By TheEmrys
Wow. Just wow. Too much to go into without...

Wow. Just wow. Too much to go into without hijacking the thread.
Forum: Help With Reception 17-Sep-2011, 2:04 AM
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Views: 83,570
Posted By TheEmrys
These tend definately have some advantages in...

These tend definately have some advantages in cost and customization abilities. However, my only hesitation recommended them is the level experience that may be needed.

Stumbled across this neat...
Forum: Help With Reception 16-Sep-2011, 8:15 PM
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Views: 83,570
Posted By TheEmrys
As for output resolution, it will depend on your...

As for output resolution, it will depend on your video card. However, and video card made in the last couple of years will do anything, and carry signal over either HDMI or DVI. The motherboard I...
Forum: Help With Reception 16-Sep-2011, 7:54 PM
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Views: 83,570
Posted By TheEmrys
If you click on the details tab within the page I...

If you click on the details tab within the page I linked, you can scroll down and see this:

Technically speaking:
For ATSC and QAM digital TV, all 18 ATSC formats including 1080i can be watched...
Forum: Help With Reception 16-Sep-2011, 5:54 PM
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Views: 83,570
Posted By TheEmrys
The 2250 is ATSC/ClearQAM/NTSC Dual-Tuner. Which...

The 2250 is ATSC/ClearQAM/NTSC Dual-Tuner. Which makes it good for Digital OTA/Analog Cable/Aanalog OTA without issue. Its a pretty popular choice among HTPC builders.

Here you can see the specs...
Forum: Help With Reception 16-Sep-2011, 4:46 AM
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Posted By TheEmrys
It can be done cheaper. If you have a spare...

It can be done cheaper. If you have a spare computer laying around. If you have an unused computer, depending on its age, you could use the computer as a DVR. You'd need some software (some come with...
Forum: Help With Reception 16-Sep-2011, 4:20 AM
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Views: 83,570
Posted By TheEmrys
One caveat to Hulu Plus. People often complain...

One caveat to Hulu Plus. People often complain that it is slow/choppy. Well, Comcast is still the nominal owner of Hulu Plus (its for sale) and it is not in their best interest to provide good...
Forum: Help With Reception 16-Sep-2011, 4:13 AM
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Views: 83,570
Posted By TheEmrys
I use Hulu Plus. Its $7.99/month. It brings you...

I use Hulu Plus. Its $7.99/month. It brings you NBC, ABC, and (most) Fox shows. There is no CBS.

One option that I will be doing shortly is building my own DVR. While it will be ~$500 (including...
Forum: Help With Reception 2-Sep-2011, 8:38 PM
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Views: 83,570
Posted By TheEmrys
Just something to think about... some of the...

Just something to think about... some of the SmartTV's out there have built-in DVR hardware. You just have to hook up an external HD and then you've got your DVR for free as well. I have an LG...
Forum: Help With Reception 2-Sep-2011, 4:42 PM
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Views: 83,570
Posted By TheEmrys
I get 9 News and their weather channel clear as a...

I get 9 News and their weather channel clear as a bell.
Forum: Help With Reception 2-Sep-2011, 4:10 AM
Replies: 50
Views: 83,570
Posted By TheEmrys
I'm in Greeley, and I pick up 50 channels with a...

I'm in Greeley, and I pick up 50 channels with a pretty small Terk HDTVO. It fit on my old Dish mast. Might be an option. It is considerably smaller than anything my neighbors have. But my signal...
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