I just updated my guide to TV Antennas with a section on how to choose the best TV antenna based on your location and other concerns. This post highlights that update. When I chose our TV antenna I used the using this channel locator toolfrom Mohu. Ultimately, I went with the Mohu Sky 60 and my […]
TV Antennas and OTA DVRs
Articles on the following pages provide information relating to watching broadcast TV using a TV antenna and reviews of various TV antennas.
Readers of the blog know that I recommend the TiVo Roamio OTA when it comes to purchasing an OTA DVR. A few commenters have questioned why I do not recommend the TiVo Bolt. It has better tech specs than the Roamio OTA. To that point I agree. However, the Bolt costs more than double the […]
When using one antenna for multiple TVs you need to use an aerial splitter to split the TV signal. In the United States we typically use coaxial cable to install TV antennas. I demonstrated this when installing a Mohu Sky 60 and again when I posted how to ground a TV antenna. Coaxial Splitter for […]
Product: Mohu Leaf Rating: Rating:5 Pros: -Great Reception -Can Install in Window -Easy Installation Cons: -None More Info Today, I’m going to review the Mohu Leaf after showing you a little trick that makes the Mohu Leaf the most versitile indoor TV antenna you can buy. But first I’m going to give you a little […]
Since starting this blog I’ve encountered many that want to use an antenna to watch TV. The issue that deters many of these folks is their HOA (Home Owner Association) rules and regulations. Well, today I’m going to tell you why the FCC’s Over-the-Air Reception Devices Rule or OTARD (lovely acronym) states that in a majority of […]
TiVo recently removed the monthly subscription from it’s Roamio. This move was such an improvement that I now recommend it as the best DVR if you’re without cable. (If you’re interested in it’s DVR capabilities check out the link. This post is about using it an all in one solution to replace cable.) While this device […]