During the hot summer months, the thought of snow might be a welcome escape from the scorching temperatures. But seeing snow where you normally see a nice TV picture, even in the dead of winter, likely would make your own temperature soar well above the 98.6 that’s recommended by 9 out of 10 TV doctors.
If you own an older television and receive your telecasts through an antenna, things are going to get really snowy for you next February, and it won’t just be the white stuff outside. There are a few steps you can take to prevent this from happening, but I won’t go into all the details here—I’ll let Jon Abt explain it in the video below:
Still confused? Then take a look at our DTV Transition Guide in the Buying Guide section of our website. That made things worse? Sorry. Try this: Abt also is offering a series of classes, held on the second Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m., which will cover everything you need to know about the DTV transition. If you’d like more information about these and other “How To” classes at Abt, click here. —by Graham W.