“How’s this for a deal: Pay less than $50 now to save $1000 or more each year,” Edward N. Albro reports PCWorld. “That’s the kind of savings you could reap by ditching your cable or satellite TV service and using an HDTV antenna instead.”

“And you needn’t conjure up scary images of clambering up on your roof to mount a skeleton of aluminum bones,” Albro reports. “In many locations, you can use an unobtrusive inside antenna and still receive dozens of stations with, in some cases, a crystal-clear high-definition picture.”

Albro reports, “I tried five leading interior antennas, ranging from one that resembles a sheet of paper you stick to a wall to one that looks like it should be receiving signals from distant planets.”

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