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annbewley wrote:The TV seems alright but I want that sleeping doggie. How do I go about wooting it?
I'm sure you could find a similar or much cuter one at a local shelter
I'm just hanging out, really.
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vickifb78 wrote:Hi I am in Nashville and our comcast has analog to digital converters for tv's that don't have a cable box. I want this for a second room where I do not need to get the higher channels. Would this tv work for this situation?
Yes. Most cable companies across the US offer HD broadcasts directly to your HDTV WITHOUT a channel box or converter but without any PPV or premium services. In other words, just put the cable directly into the TV cable connector, let the TV autoscan, and you will get all standard channels and local HD channels (CBS HD, NBC HD, ABC HD, FOX HD , CW HD, etc.).
In fact, many people that don't want to pay for a HDTV cable service don't realize that they can watch all local HD broadcasts if they just remove the box and let the TV autoscan the channels.
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Old doo-wop song comes to mind,
"Rip Van Winkle, Rip Van Winkle, sleep, sleep, sleep!
He fell asleep in the woods one day, spent most of his life that way. (doo-wah, doo-wah)
Rip Van Winkle, Rip Van Winkle, sleep, sleep, sleep!"
C'mon all you Jersey crooners, sing along!
acpress.com Not cute, but useful.