[vdr] [Offtopic] US Television (near Washington D.C.)
mg at vierzehn.com
Tue Aug 1 09:01:20 CEST 2006
I won't only watch TV, I planning to use my vdr to record. But what I am
asking me, could there most channels recieved digital via (DVB) or are
there only analog signals.
Timothy D. Lenz schrieb:
> I'm not in Washington, but getting channels in the US is basicly the same
> everywhere. You need a TV that can work with NTSC signals insted of PAL. You
> should be able to find some stations with just some "rabbit ear" antenas
> that mount on the back of the TV. Or find a radio shack near you and get an
> antena to put on your roof. The sales man can tell you whcih way to point it
> and what channel numbers to expect to get. Then flip through the channels.
> Should at the least have the 3 big old networks, CBS, NBC, and ABC. Don't
> know what numbers they will fall on there. For cable you will likly have to
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Marco Göbenich" <mg at vierzehn.com>
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> Sent: Monday, July 31, 2006 4:10 AM
> Subject: [vdr] [Offtopic] US Television (near Washington D.C.)
>> Can somebody located in the US near Washington D.C. tell what US-wide
>> tv-channels are broadcasted there, I need to know channels that
>> broadcast mainly news/information.
>> If you also can tell me how to recieve those channels (in Washington D.C
>> via cable/satellite) it would be nice.
>> Or does anybody know a page where a german can find out how the US tv
>> market works with all ist's local stations?
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