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Post 85 made on Saturday February 15, 2020 at 10:28
sirroundsound
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I have coax. No cable box (no coax run to the house).
OTA antenna gives me all my local channels for free, it's reliable, and offers a great quality signal.
I would still run coax to TV's in new clients homes and offer a basic antenna set up if they told me they were interested in being "cord cutters". You can subscribe to all sorts of Apps today and get pretty much all the content you could want, including network TV. BUT, when the internet is down I have provided a back up that will allow them to at least watch local news, and network programming. I have a Channel Master DVR+ connected which gives me a TV guide and the ability to record. Might not be needed further down the road, as I find internet issues happen far less than cable box issues.


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