Heh....well this is the thing. I work for Best Buy and basically Rogers doesn't check if I'm still employed at Best Buy (don't know why.), so i'm basically entitled to this for whoever knows how long:probak118 said:Dark_Breaka, Don't take this personally ok, but....
I like the sound of that ($140). I have been reading about OTA and would like to get my feet wet, so to speak. Can you tell me what your set-up is. TYKevin S said:If you are fortunate enough to live in a good area for OTA, it is fairly cheap. My complete OTA setup cost me $140
I live in Brampton and based on the postings for Brampton/Missisauga area, the receptions have been good. I dont really need much, just a few HD channels & I'll be happy. That is why the $140 set-up sounded good to me. Any recommendations?hugh said:tataynik, the major cost is the antenna which can be a few bucks to a few hundred depending on what you need.
My recommendation is check the OTA threads relevant to your area and see what people are using there and what they are receiving.
That covered the Antenna (Wade 4bay 1483), 2 10' 1.25" masts (stacked), and 75' of outdoor RG6 cable. I added a couple supports for another $20 afterwords. Posts from another thread have been added here now - my specific breakdown is above (post 32).tataynik said:...Just read "Kevin S"'s post on another thread, I guess his $140 was just the antenna.