Question about Televison & Video
First thing to do is to checks your connections from antenna to tv input, if that doesn`t do the trick then
All i can offer to you are suggestions since tv signals depend on many variants like your surrounding area , buildings, the weather etc. I don`t know what kind of antenna you are using but it sounds like rabbit ears,they work fine if you`re near the transmitting station. I used to live in a rural area and installed directional antennas with a rotors to point it to the different tv stations transmitters , that worked fine but they are bulky and problematic.
Another way is to get an amplified antenna like the type you might see on campers, they work fine too and are much less bulky. You can even set it inside your home, and then of course there is satellite t.v.
hope this help and keep me posted. Good luck
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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