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Satellite TV Or Cable TV: Which should You Go For
There are a number of reasons why you may want to consider giving satellite TV a try rather than cable, find out why.
Are you always pinching that TV remote every two minutes to switch to a different channel because this one just hasn’t got anything that interests you? Are you always on the phone while watching your “favorite” programs on television? These are obvious signs that you are losing interest in your current TV programs. It is time to switch to Satellite TV.
There are a number of reasons why you may want to consider giving satellite TV a try after your long “marriage” with Cable TV. Apart from the name (‘Satellite’ sounds more sophisticated and 21st century-like), you may better enjoy Satellite because:
You have More Programs: This might be the single biggest reason people change from Cable to Satellite. Most people just want to watch something other than that soap opera that has been playing on their screens since they were teenagers. They want to watch the Science Channel, the History Channel, Court TV, explosive documentaries, weird things and places and explore new cultures and lifestyles. They want to be able to watch what they need and want to watch. And Satellite TV provides just that with its hundreds of channels that cater for anyone of any interests.
Better Picture and Sound Quality: The technology used in developing Satellite TV is much more advanced than that of traditional and Cable TV. As a result, the picture and sound quality is of a higher quality. And what is more annoying than straining your eyes and ears because you want to enjoy that favorite program of yours? Satellite TV cannot fix your eyes and ears, but it can help preserve them. This is because whereas Cable TV is Radio Frequency (RF) based and its signal can be intercepted by third party transmissions, Satellite TV is digital and maintains its quality right to you TV screen.
Satellite is the New Kid on the Block: Well everything that’s good on TV is going satellite. That’s why the latest TV stations are carving their niche out of it. As a result, some of the best documentaries and TV programs are now exclusively available on Satellite. It is a digital world and Satellite TV is not an exception.
Now, there are quite a few good Satellite TV providers out there. Dish Network and DirecTV are just two of the most popular. You can go online and do a search for a list of providers available in your locality. You just might change the way you watch TV after you sign up with anyone of them.
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