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Offline RobJohnson

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DTV converters
« on: June 08, 2008, 03:58:11 PM »
Consumer Reports' test results are in.

http://blogs.consumerreports.org/electronics/2008/06/dtv-converters.html

This site suggests the "Zenith"  http://blogs.consumerreports.org/electronics/2008/03/exclusive-first.html

Don't forget your $40 off coupons www.DTV2009.gov

In most cases this will allow your older, off air tv, to recieve a few new channels, better reception and picture quality! Maybe you can pick up a great deal on a nice used TV from the "uneducated".....

If you have cable, you wont need anything, or if you subscribe to local channels through your dish provider...but think of those spare tv's that you might have as well...garage, camper, boat, etc, etc....looks like with the coupon, the converters end up being as low as $10 each...

Many online retailers will also allow you to use the coupons online....my coupons expire Tuesday, and I am ordering two converters to be mailed to a relative in Illinois....