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I constantly see advetised the TV antennas that plug into the wall and supposedly turn all your house wiring into one massive TV antenna. Living in the LA area this would be as good as cable with all the local networks. Rabbit ears don't do the trick. I'm too lazy to put a real antenna on the roof and the homeowners association wouldn't allow it anyway. If it works this would be a low cost alternative to cable. Please advise.
Re: Does a TV antenna that connects to a wall outlet really work?
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