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Getting HD signals through a regular antenna

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has anyone here done this im wondering if its worth it
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Yes you can get HD thru an antenna as long as your set has a built in ATSC tuner. If not you will need to buy a ATSC decoder or buy a hd box from your cable/satellite company.

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