For my birthday this gathering, my parents bought me a excellent TV for my dorm area. I know, I am really serendipitous to have such outstanding parents. My roommate is just as fortunate to have a roommate who has provided him with a outstanding HDTV to watch during our late nights of studying or partying, whichever the circumstance may be at the time.
The only problem I found was that I couldn't afford the cable monthly rate for high definition channels. My parents told me if they bought me the TV, I would have to pay the cost of getting the high definition channels, if I so select. Of course, I want high calibre image, why wouldn't I? I was researching a task one night and drifted off onto some sites talking about antennas. I couldn't conceive what I was reading because it was like I had struck gold or something.
It was that great. The antennas provide you with signals so you don't have to use your cable provider to acquire the signals. I thought this was awesome but I didn't really know where I would put an antenna in a dorm area. I started thinking about it and kept reading online. Eventually, I found something that would succeed in my area.
There is an high definition picture frame. Weird, I know. You can put a picture in the frame, hang it on your wall and it receives a signal for high quality channels. I bought it and tried it out.
It wasn't pricy at all so I didn't have to worry about spending a huge chunk out of my bank account. I am pleased that I did decide to buy it because I am so content with it and needed to let everyone know it, especially other college students. We don't have a lot of money but we still deserve to have a nice television to watch. We work hard and require a stress release.
Now my roommate and I feature many of the best channels acquirable now. We spend way too much time in front of my television but it's o.k. Another thing I figured out while doing my research is that after Feb 17, 2009, I wouldn't be able to view my television without the high definition package from my cable company because all broadcasters will be required to beam out these signals only. Now, I am all set for the switch and can continue to observe with no problems now and in the approaching. .
John Wilkerson, an aspiring 16 year old writer. Favorite sport: Baseball. Things to do: Reading, Writing & video games. "World of Warcraft" and "Call of Duty 4" are my favorites! Resources: HDTV antenna Commercial Bar stools RV Antenna