“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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