Question about Televison & Video
I have a question please. I have stopped watching commerical television because the networks have made it so incredibly annoying with all their promos, text on the screeen and the rest of the irritating government controlled garbage they do. The annoyances far outweigh what little enjoyment there is in today's politically correct programming slop. I plan to have my cable disconnected shortly. I only watch DVDs of classic shows made before television went south. I have multiple televions connected to a central network and wish to receive local off the air channels, such as weather, through an antenna for emergencies. I have seven non-digital televions connected. My questions is this. I know I will need to somehow convert the signal to each set to digital, but if I put the converter at the distribution point in the attic I would have to go to the attic each time I wanted to change the channel, since that function is done at the converter box. How can I overcome this?
The only way to accomplish it your way, would be to buy a digital control unit made for apartments & hospitals. logical way is buy inexpensive individual converters. best i can come up with.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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