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TV Converter Boxes make a come-back.

As of this writing, it's been 1 year, 8 months and change since the official cutover to digital broadcasting. By this time you would think that all the converter boxes would have been sold a long time ago and the market for these devices would have shriveled up…

WRONG! Even after 20 months, the number of digital to analog converter boxes purchased continues to amaze me. In fact, so too the box manufacturers. Shortly after the cutover date of June 12th, 2009, many manufacturers stopped making boxes and only the low quality or "dogs" were left on the shelves. It didn't take long though, and a number of these companies realized the market was still alive and well and went back into production.

I did a not-so-scientific poll to see why people are still buying these units and it became clear; People see these boxes as a way to save money. Especially in this time of economic woes, cutting the cable bill out of the monthly expenses is a real quick and easy way to add money back into the household budget.

In almost every TV market, the big 5 networks have a station broadcasting free over-the-air television programming. Sure, you won't be getting the latest show on HBO, but you'll be saving a ton on the cable bill and might even be able to save enough money in a month to take the family out for a night together.

Looking for and finding a TV Converter Box is once again easy. The best box manufactures are once again in the game so reverting back to free TV is a great way to make budgetary savings a reality.

Visit the DTA Converter Box page to see what's returned to the shelves.

Give Cable the Boot - Best Digital Converter Box Buy

Let's face it, cable TV is expensive and in this rough economy any way to save money is going to get attention.

The number of people abandoning cable to save money is amazing!

Think about it, with less than one months typical cable bill, you can have yourself a digital to analog TV converter box and start saving money the very first month. How much are you paying per month? Multiply that times 12 and you're going to be shocked how much you pay a year for TV.

To augment your viewing opportunities, you could get your friends, neighbors, co-workers together and pool your videos and dvd's together and create your own lend library.

Speaking of library, did you know that all municipal libraries lend out VHS tapes and DVD's out for free? All you need is a library card and that's free too. In fact, most libraries are linked with other libraries in the area and have access to all their video content as well. You can even request your videos from the libraries web sites.

Here is the take-away... There are lots of ways to still get TV and Movies for your viewing that doesn't cost an arm and a leg - unlike cable.

I'd also like to remind you that my favorite DTA converter box pick is still available and at a great price. Hurry though cause I'm not sure how long these are going to last.

Saving money is just a click away. Give Cable the Boot and start Saving money TODAY!!


Tivax STB-T8 Converter Box