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Remember TV antennas? Well, they still exist. A digital TV antenna allows you to watch local TV stations for free, all without paying a dime to a cable provider.

We’ve talked about cutting the cord by relying on Internet services , but this is yet another way to cut that TV bill and get more content to watch. Follow along as we run you through not only which antenna to buy and the differences between them, but also which local channels you can receive based on where you live, and how strong of a signal you can get in the first place.

To find out which TV channels you can get over the air for free, we recommend visiting a site called TV Fool and using their signal locator tool . Simply enter your address and click on “Find Local Channels”.

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Ditching your cable provider in favor of steaming services and over-the-air programming sounds like a great idea-—until you start experiencing issues with your Wi-Fi network. If your TV is in a dead zone, you could be subjected to constant buffering—or worse, no stream at all—when you sit down to watch your favorite shows. And then there’s the issue of finding an indoor antenna capable of pulling in your local broadcast channels.

Terk thinks it has the ideal solution: Its new Trinity Xtend is a two-in-one device that combines an 802.11n Wi-Fi extender with an HDTV antenna that can tune in broadcast TV signals within a 60-mile radius. Buyers will be able to place the antenna on a flat surface or mount it on the wall, and configure its wireless settings using the Terk Xten app on their Android or iOS device.

Not to be snarky (well, may be a little), but we can't help but wonder if Terk dispatched an engineer to the CEO's home theater to determine just how high the Trinity Xtend's antennas could be.