Dennis and Joel go into detail on how to get great TV reception with an antenna. Due to compression in cable TV signals, the quality of antenna TV is much better than cable TV. The best part is, it’s completely free! TV fool is the web based tool we’ve recommended to figure out how to figure out where your TV signals are located.
Well the boys received an email from a listener completely baffled by the TV Report tool. Today they are going to explain how to not only figure out the TV Fool report, but go into the intricacies of getting great OTA TV reception.
While this episode covers much more than TV fool, it may be help fool to follow the steps below to get the information for your locations
1. Pause the podcast
2. Open a browser and enter your address in the TV Fool signal finder – http://www.tvfool.com/index.php?option=com_wrapper&Itemid=29
3. Your report should appear Start the Podcast
Here is the companion guide to this episode that explain the topics covered in the podcast – https://www.groundedreason.com/watch-tv-free-antenna-guide/
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