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Say Goodbye to Outdated TV Antennas -- DTV Green Dish, a Patented Hybrid Dish Plus Antenna, the Dishtenna, Is Now the FutureDishtenna, DTV Green Dish, Is the New Revolutionary Way to Receive Free Digital Television (July 10, 2012)
MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwire) -- 07/10/12 -- The widely known Television antenna has come in hundreds of different designs from numerous manufacturers over the last 50 years, each promising better reception than its predecessor. Unless the TV antenna is within close proximity to broadcast towers, the number and quality of channels received will be dismal at best. And if you're thinking about a Long Range TV Antenna, their geometric designs and materials used don't live up to the hype of "long-range" to provide the number of channels expected. However, thanks to inventor Dan Rivera from Homestead, Florida, all TV antennas are now considered outdated and a thing of the past.
"For the last 25 years I've immersed myself in the study of physics and electromagnetic propagation. Seven years ago, when it was publicly announced that analog TV signals would transition to digital, I understood that broadcasters would eventually be using technology similar to that of satellite TV. I therefore set out to design a means to take full advantage of the new digital revolution -- and therefore the birth of the DTV Green Dish -- a hybrid Dish plus Antenna or as I call it, the 'Dishtenna,'" stated Dan Rivera, Inventor and CEO of DTV Green Dish. "Our patented design is unlike anything on the market today, and with our professional installation we'll maximize the number of channels you'll receive. Furthermore, the DTV Green Dish produces such a strong signal that you can connect up to 8 televisions within your house. And the best yet -- the DTV Green Dish doesn't go out during rainstorms like satellite TV does," added Rivera.
Due to the unfilled promises of the now antiquated TV and HDTV Antenna, consumers are cautious when they hear about a new "supposed" means to receive their favorite TV channels without having to pay a monthly cable or satellite bill. DTV Green Dish would like to tell consumers today that there is new technology on the market that does live up to its hype. Until recently the DTV Green Dish claimed only up to 80 HD channels could be received, however in an installation in the Los Angeles market a customer received over 125 channels and they were 60 miles south west of Los Angeles. Customers in the more centralized areas of Los Angeles will receive up to 140 channels -- all for FREE.
In an effort to get consumers to at least try their product they're offering a money-back guarantee although they know that consumers won't want to return it once they try it.
The DTV Green Dish requires only a one-time fee of $299 which includes professional installation by certified installers, and you can enjoy all your favorite network programs free for life.
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