Some people are picking up dozens of TV stations in crystal clear HD, with items they have in their kitchen pantry.
An expensive attic antenna can cost $200 or more. Try these homemade antennas for just a couple of bucks.
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Tired of high cable and satellite bills, but afraid to downgrade to a basic TV antenna, because you know how poor reception can be? We've found a new solution to high TV bills that costs just $2.
Anyone who has ever used "rabbit ear" antennas to pick up high definition, digital TV channels knows how frustrating they can be. If the antenna is not tweaked just perfectly, the picture goes to black.
An expensive attic antenna is a good alternative, but that can cost $200 or more.
Some people are now picking up dozens of TV stations in crystal clear HD, with items they have in their kitchen pantry.
Hated Paying For TV
Mike and Erin Shelle are a young couple who loved watching TV, but hated their big cable bill. So now they watch dozens of high definition channels for free, thanks to a homemade antenna.
"We like to show it off and say, 'look at our piece of junk that we get our HD channels with,'" Erin Shelle said. "They are always surprised and think we are lying."
After all, how could a gizmo made of scrap wood and cut up coat hangars do anything? But it works.