Stations in MN broadcasting HDTV?

Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by ryancutler, Oct 23, 2003.

  1. ryancutler

    ryancutler Guest

    Ok, here's the deal...

    Last year i bought my widescreen toshiba hdtv. Now i'm wondering if I buy a hdtv receiver, what stations I'll be able to actually use it for in the Minneapolis/St.Paul area? I don't want to switch to satellite, but want to be able to watch football/shows in HDTV. My current cable company gives a pretty shitty signal.


    TIA

    Ryan
     
  2. Specialist23

    Specialist23 OT Supporter

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    ryan, what part of minnesota are you in, cause from your signature or whatever, you're from wisconsin. just to let you know, all the twin cities stations are broadcasting in hd. if you have a good enough antennae, sorry can't spell today, then you should be able to pick them up.

    btw, what cable do you have.
     
  3. ryancutler

    ryancutler Guest

    I'm from somerset, wi. I'm about 30 min east of minneapolis/st. paul, mn. If you've ever been to somerset, we've got x-fest, ozzfest and tons of other crazy shit...

    I'm not sure, i just know it's a shitty local company... :\
     
  4. StevesVR4

    StevesVR4 Get Arrested

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    Just goto www.antennaweb.org and put in your address. It should give you a pretty good listing of what channels you should expect to get and what direction the broadcasting towers are at. They will list the digital and analog stations. From the Twin Cities, you should be able to get all of the major digital stations.
     

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