Monthly Archives: March 2011

DSL Bandwidth Requirements for Roku

>This is just my own experience but might be helpful for others in a similar scenario For the first week of using Roku my Netflix instant movies ran intermittently. After about every five minutes the screen would pause and start … Continue reading

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Side Benefit of Cable Cutting : Learning Spanish

Here in the  San Diego market there is a lot of content available in Spanish coming from Tijuana.  Check out the Yahoo TV Guide shown below for today’s listings. Out of 19 programs 7 of them are in Spanish. My … Continue reading

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Antenna TV for Vintage Television Programming

This is  pretty cool. Antenna TV is like a cable channel network  but it goes over the air. In my neighborhood its on channel KSWB 69.2.What makes this channel unusual and interesting  is they broadcast old TV shows that you … Continue reading

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Next Must Have : The CHANNEL MASTER CM7000PAL – DIGITAL CONVERTER / DVR

OK, so we’re not missing terribly the cable network channels but we do miss not being able to record shows and watch them later. My preliminary research says there are a couple of devices on the market designed to DVR … Continue reading

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