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OnAir USB HDTV GT Personal Video Recorder and Tuner - $174.52 - Wal Mart


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#1 GottaDEAL  OFFLINE  

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Posted Aug 17, 2006 - 5:58 am

<a href="http://www.gottadeal.com/Deal/16608" target="_blank"><img src="http://i.walmart.com/i/p/00/85/99/49/00/0085994900101_100X100.jpg" border="0"></a><br /><br />Get HDTV on your laptop or desktop! Walmart.com has the new OnAir USB HDTV GT Personal Video Recorder and Tuner on sale for $174.52 plus shipping. This handy device receives HDTV (ATSC) / Analog TV (NTSC) / QAM (unencrypted) Digital Cable content; uses the latest 5th-generation LG Electronics tuner/demodulator to give unsurpassed metro and fringe area reception with virtually no multi-path problems.<br /><br /><a href="http://www.gottadeal.com/Deal/16608" target="_blank">OnAir USB HDTV GT Personal Video Recorder and Tuner - $174.52 - Wal Mart</a><br /><br />

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Posted Aug 17, 2006 - 7:21 am

Interesting.... I wonder if this will work with my Digital Cable? It would be nice to have a new tuner for my comptuer that supports HDTV.

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Posted Aug 17, 2006 - 2:54 pm

Good Question you'll have to check with your provider to be certain but if they are carring unscrambled QAM HD broadcasts then there is a good chance that the answer is Yes. The Cable companies usually provide most of the Off the Air HDTV Stations that would be free in your area unencrypted. C

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Posted Aug 18, 2006 - 4:24 am

Good Question you'll have to check with your provider to be certain but if they are carring unscrambled QAM HD broadcasts then there is a good chance that the answer is Yes.

The Cable companies usually provide most of the Off the Air HDTV Stations that would be free in your area unencrypted.
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I'm not worried about the HD channels so much... I would be more interested in the normal digital cable channels.



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