Sun Nov 8 02:37:01 EST 2009
Umm well the government selling the spectrum .....
Chicago is a complete farce
In my apartment in Evanston which is less than ten miles by seagull or
crow from the Sears or Hancock I can get exactly two channels OTA
WFLD (FOX 32) and low power analog channel 23. That is it...
Before the conversion I got everything fine (with some ghosting) and
also OTA from Michigan and Wisconsin. Now..
In Chicago the FCC allowed WLS-TV a second digital channel but my
tuners are oblivious.
No biggie to me having cable but geeze I have to laugh that LP-23
analog seems to be the only reliable signal in Cook County
On 11/7/09, A. Joseph Ross <email@example.com> wrote:
> Since I have cable, I don't often need to watch DTV off the air, even
> though I got the converters. But a couple of days ago I watched a
> show on channel 4 while my VCR taped a show off a cable channel.
> Even though the display showed good signal strength and signal
> quality, several times during the program, the signal broke up and
> the message "Bad or no signal" came on screen.
> Just why was this supposed to be an improvement?
> A. Joseph Ross, J.D. 617.367.0468
> 92 State Street, Suite 700 Fax 617.507.7856
> Boston, MA 02109-2004 http://www.attorneyross.com
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