LG 32LN530B 32" 720p 60Hz LED HDTV
I only want "Broadcast" television. I don't want to pay a monthly price on a cable subscription. If this is the case then I should not buy it since I won't be able to enjoy this 29" LG tv to the utmost.
So, if I use an antenna (rabbit ears) to bring in my broadcast signals would I still get HDTV - LED screen quality?
Also, people who do subscribe to a cable company, is their picture quality better than "over the air" broadcasting?
Please give me your honest synopsis. Thank you.
asked 5 months, 3 weeks ago
on LG 32LN530B 32" 720p 60Hz LED (3.11" ultra-slim) HDTV
Most Over The Air (ota) networks now broadcast in Hi Def. If you have a good signal, you have good hd.
answered 4 weeks, 1 day ago
Get an Digital amplified antenna. If you have local broadcasters and they broadcast in HD (Which they all do now) you will get great picture and sound (as long as you are near the broadcasters signal
A cable company may or may not offer a better picture, depends on how much they compress it.
OTA (Over the air most broadcasters offer 1080p most cable companies offer 780i
answered 1 month, 3 weeks ago
DEPENDS ON THE CHANNEL BUT YOU WILL ALWAYS GET A BETTER QUALITY PIC WITH AN HDMI CABLE OR COAX
answered 3 months, 1 week ago