Sunday, October 12, 2008

Bought a Digital TV converter today

On February 17, 2009 TV as we've known it for over 60 years will change. Viewers will no longer be able to receive analog VHF and UHF stations. I would guess that at least 80% of all TV homes have either cable or satellite television and won't have to worry about converting. We have subscribed to Time-Warner cable TV for many years on one TV in the living room. We have a small secondary TV in the bedroom which we don't use very much. Rather than pay extra for another cable TV subscription, we decided to buy the digital converter as outlined in . If you go to that web site you can get a coupon to save $40 on the purchase of the converter. Since we had a little time today after we saw the movie The Express, we purchased it at Office Depot. We won't need it until February anyway.

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