When you think of a TV antenna, you probably think of a black base with two unsightly extendable metal poles that you would want to hide behind your TV but couldn’t because you have to move it to the most conspicous area in your living room to get any channels to come in.
That’s essentially what I thought of (and had experienced) when it comes to TV antennas prior to getting my hands on the ClearStream Eclipse indoor TV antenna.
But hold up—why would anyone want or need a TV antenna these days. Come on DailyTekk, I thought you guys covered interesting new technology… Well, we do, and, believe it or not, the right TV antenna can fit perfectly into a modern media consuming lifestyle.
Anyone who either doesn’t want to pay for cable TV or doesn’t need to knows this very well. For me, I can either catch most of the shows I care to watch onlne in one form or another or will buy or rent items that I can’t find elsewhere. That said, 90% of TV content I’d want to watch during any given week can be found on free, over-the-air channels like NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX… you know.
Sure, being a tech blogger I’ve got multiple Rokus, Apple TVs, a Tablo, a Netflix subscription, yadda yadda yadda. But some things aren’t ...