One day, my hubby and I were having a walk around the subdivision. As we sometimes do, we talked about all the houses and what we like and don't like about each one. Even tho' we see the same houses each time we take a stroll, we every once in a while see something new to converse about. .
During a particular walk, we saw something that grabbed our attention on top of one of the neighbors' roof. It was an antenna and it looked similar to one of those old-fashioned antennas everyone used to use instead of getting cable. The difference was that it was much littler than the old-fashioned ones. I was speculative to why they had it because I thought just about either everyone had cable, satellite or an inside rabbit ears. .
A few weeks afterwards, I was outside gardening and that same person happened to pass by the house. I waved and then decided to approach him. I asked him that I had noticed the new antenna on his roof.
He told me that it was an HD antenna. Then he let me know that he found out you can station it on your roof and it will pick up HD signals just like the cable co. sends out. The only difference is that you get clearer pictures and you don't have to pay per month for it like you do with satellite.
. I thought it was absorbing and later that evening, I told my husband what the neighbor said. My spouse said that it probably doesn't come in clear when there is a bad rain or towering winds. I was wondering about that because why would he want an HD signal that was not consistent. I went on the Cyberspace and found out that many of the antennas are tough enough to maintain their HD signals even in storms. .
The price of them was not very much money either and we would pay for it in a few months time in the amount that we pay monthly to the cable company. I ran it by my spouse and then bought it. Now, we also have an antenna on our roof and it truly is nice to have HD channels without relying on the cable provider's monthly fee. . I saw my neighbour shortly after I put up the antenna and he noticed. He was happy that he was able to let me know about it and asked if I was satisfied.
I let him know that I was thrilled, appreciated the information and the surplus savings each period!.
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