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Old 05-20-2011, 11:22 PM   #1
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Television Set up

I have a 2005 JayFeather that I just picked up. It has a power attenna to hook up to the televison. Other then one of those boxes to decode the now digital signal, what else would I need to pick up local stations ??? My other thought is, does the attenna that came with the coach sufficient enough to get local stations along with the digital box I am going to purchase ???

I could really use some help on this one.
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Unless you have an older tv a new tv will not need the deocder box for the digital signal.
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We have an older TV and use a decoder box without any problems. You can add the wineguard wingman to your antenna a bring in a few more channels.
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Thank you all very much, very useful information.
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