After 20 months of being in HK, I've finally bought myself a TV. Nothing special, just a 32" LCD, not Smart TV, it goes on the end of my bed so now I don't need to watch stuff on my macbook pro resting on my belly.
Atm, the only thing I've got hooked up to it is just my macbook pro, via HDMI, will consider getting an Apple TV at a later date so I can wireless stream to it. In the meantime, the TV is just sitting there being lonely.
Our flat's broadband is with Pccw, old building, so it's the only choice, supposedly 8mb line, but I wouldn't hold my breath. When my flatmate took out the contract, it had to come with NowTV, so I've got the box somewhere, but I'd need to hook it up, dangle wiring from the lounge to the TV, and from experience, NowTV tend to lag the broadband connection.
I've just been up on the rooftop with my dog, just one floor up, and there's no aerial. It must have gotten removed a while back.
I'm looking to see if there are any indoor TV tuners in HK, and if so, what would I expect to pick up? I can speak Cantonese, so picking up local channels is not a problem. I'm just hoping for some news, and just something different really.
Do indoor aerials work well in HK? If so, I can maybe hook one up directly to the TV.
When I asked my colleagues, they mistook me and thought I wanted a PVR, and the all suggested either Magic TV or EightTV, both of which need an aerial input. Or can I get away with using an indoor aerial with them. I'm not clued up with these things, I know they come with either single or dual tuners.
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