Have you been thinking about making a money-saving move away from cable, but still aren't sure you can watch the shows you want? Maybe you've already jumped over to Netflix or another streaming service, but you're missing your local news and sports. We have good news.
With the purchase of an HD antenna that costs less than a month of cable, you can watch high-definition over-the-air broadcasts for free. That includes local news, sports and your favorite prime-time network shows. Still, there are a lot of people who hesitate because of a few myths floating around. Today we're going to put them to rest so you can start saving while still enjoying your favorite entertainment.
1. It's hard to install
When we say "antenna," many people think of the metal monstrosities that used to be mounted on the roof. And if we say it's an "HD antenna," then it sounds both complicated to mount and complicated to hook up to your TV.
Neither of those could be further from the truth. If you grab an indoor antenna like the Komando Indoor Amplified HD Antenna we sell in the Komando Shop, setup is no problem. The antenna is light as a feather and attaches to a wall in seconds with no fuss. Everything you need is included right in the box. After all, Kim put it together. You know it's great.
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Once your antenna arrives, the fun starts. It takes only two simple steps. Anyone can do it. And if you need help, you can call us here in Phoenix and our reps will help you out!
Just plug the coax cable into the back of your TV like a normal antenna, and hook up the power (if the antenna is amplified). The setup shouldn't take more than five minutes and then you can sit down to watch your favorite channels and shows.