Digital Switchover to High Definition

When you buy an HDTV, plan your HDTV channels subscription along with it so you can get your free HDTV antennas. That will give you a true picture of your High-def broadcast, with that extra effect that you are looking for.

One common misconception is that analog signal is better, however in reality, the HD signal can be decoded at lower signal to noise ratios rather than the analog signal, thereby providing better sound quality. However, in order to cut of the surround reflection, it is advisable to choose good HD antennas based on directional or omni-directional, indoor or outdoor, amplified or non-amplified usage.

HDTVs are now affordable for both middle income group as well as high income group families, and the prices may continue to drop as new technology becomes accessible to more people. There is a buzz in the technology sphere about the digital switchover that is going to happen in February 2009 in the US. The point is that you can watch excellent quality HDTV without paying a monthly bill using regular TV antennas. Since all the over-the-air broadcasts are going digital, those who are stuck with an analog TV set after February 2009 will have no choice but to use an HDTV converter to watch over-the-air television. Again, HDTV antenna is the cheapest component of your entire HDTV system, but a little extra investment would make a major difference in the final output. Check buyer guides for HDTV antenna and HDTV Converter on for details on your HDTV system. It’s simple and easy to understand even for those who are not technology geeks, and worth the read.

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  1. 1. aou | October 27, 2008 #

    Well… antennas for digital and analog signals are the same. Literally, The frequencies used to broadcast both are the same so the are the basic antennas.

    The real question is what would one tolerate more - strong enough signal with a lot of noise or clear, but weak signal?

    Now, the answer is depends. Digital is OK with noisy signal as long as it can digitally separate signal from noise. With analogue you’ll see every single interference in your signal just because there is no way of separating “bad” signal from the good one,

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