It’s been a long, delayed road to the switchover in the U.S. from analog TV broadcasts to all-digital. Today marks the day that the analog frequencies are freed from carrying TV, which means that unless you took the proper steps to ensure that all your hardware was up to snuff, you’re not getting anything on the boob tube.
For a recap of our coverage leading up to today, check out the links below:
- Intel Developing DTV Antenna; Coupons Resume
- DTV Changeover Begins; Initial Reports Good
- Eight out of 10 Households Ready for DTV
- DTV Officially Delayed Until June 12
We expect that most of you were ready for DTV, but the question of the day is:
Wwere there any of you (or people that you knew) who weren’t prepared for it? Or even better, do you know anyone completely taken by surprise on the sudden cutoff of analog signals?
Anyway i still have analog in my old apartment but digital in the house. Cant see any difference in quality tough. Same bullwack. Why cutoff something that worked perfectly for tens of years. Digital is not trustworthy.