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post #1 of 3 Old 01-13-2013, 09:12 AM - Thread Starter
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My Pioneer KRP-500M Plasma does not have a built in tuner.

I now live in the middle of a large city so I want to grab OTA channels
instead of compressed cable.

Can someone please give me with some web links to a OTA (over the air) Tuner
that has HDMI output and excellent video quality ??

Thanks for the help!
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Some possibilities:

http://www.solidsignal.com/pview.asp?p=cm-7001&d=Channel-Master-CM7001-ATSC%2FQAM-Digital-HD-Antenna-Tuner-CM-7001

http://www.epvision.com/HDTVSTB/phd205LEmain.htm


How about a Tivo? Or maybe a simpler an OTA DVR?

http://www.epvision.com/HDTVSTB/phdvrxmain.htm


Another option is to get an ATSC HD Tuner Card or a fancy Ceton HTPC 4-tuner DVR card for a PC.

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PHD-8VX is the newer HD tuner box from ePVision, and their dual tuner VRX DVR can be used as well.
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