How to watch digital channels without cable TV or satellite for FREE?





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Published on Aug 23, 2010

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Comments • 285

Ohio Against The World
when people say "free" I assume they actually mean 'free.' I didn't think it meant "you can watch cable for FREE......... after you pay for my product."
ren booth
Will this product work on mars i am all alone and have no one to talk to and i like to watch the Flintstones yaba daba doo??
Comments for this video should be disabled. The world has no shortage of fools...
Kathleen Batey
Everyone...calm down!  These indoor antennas DO work!  I get 21 channels and live in the country.  I receive the three major channels, ETV and two all movie channels.  I am not an avid sports person so don't miss ESPN.  My family can watch sports on the main channels.  This is an aboslutely perfect solution for free HD TV and saving a $100 a month
Bret Aguilar
ESPN is a cable and DirecTV only channel. You cannot receive ESPN with this antenna. It's a simple antenna. Identical to antennas sold in the 1960s. 
yeah this would work just for local channels, just like any other antenna.
Igor Rozanski
A scam? You are nuts. Just read the title of this video again. Yes, you get digital channels, yes, for free, no cable or dish. Ha ha. It's just an antenna. Right! Of course you can buy a different one, but it works. What gimmicks? People, what were you expecting? You are so funny.
Ibrahim Kondapurath
Is it going to work in India. Please give reply.
David Morales
Ppl please stop falling for these cheap fake gimmicks. WHEN HAVE YOU ACTUALLY GOTTEN SOMETHING FOR FREE WITHOUT IT COSTING YOU MORE THAN YOU BARGAINED FOR FROM THE START. It's a ploy for them to make money simple. It's the same as your roof top antenna, they're just making it more craftier & appealing to the eye. JUST LIKE THE RABBIT ANTENNAE, Buyer beware, suckers rush and place your order NOW.
Jay Preis
No one is claiming this a miracle antenna. It's just a simple, inexpensive ($19), easily-installed, indoor/outdoor antenna with a 20dB signal amplifier. I bought a similar product from Costco for about $40 and mounted it in my living room. There are 34 digital ATSC channels available in my ZIP code, but because of surrounding hills, the antenna can only pick up about 6, and of those, only 3 have a signal that is strong enough to produce a continuous picture. The channels I can receive consistently are the San Diego affiliates of NBC, FOX and PBS. The picture quality is excellent (HD). To get more channels, I'd have to mount the antenna in the attic or outdoors--the higher, the better. Or maybe I need a better (more expensive) antenna.
james warner
this is nothing but an antenna for over the air broadcast  if you have an old roof top antenna it will work just as well if not better because they are designed to pick up weaker signals and have a longer range.  
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