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Bad news for cable, good news for cord-cutters

The second quarter numbers are in, and it’s not a great time to be a cable company. Broadcast Engineering reports that the top 13 multichannel providers (cable and satellite companies) lost a total of 325,000 subscribers last month….

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Hands on with the HD-BLADE, part 4: Cat/Tenna

If you’ve been reading our reviews of the HD-BLADE you’ve seen that even after being painted and cut, this little indoor antenna really performs. In part 1 you saw that I got 29 channels with proper mounting, and…







What cable comes with the HD-BLADE?

If you’ve been following our cable shootouts, or if you took our Cables 101 course to learn about different types of cables, you’ve learned a lot. So, like me, you’ll be excited to learn about SolidSignal.com’s new Razor Thin…


HD-BLADE… it’s just that thin.

How thin is HD-BLADE? Take three sheets of copier paper and put them together. It’s just that thin. If you’re a numbers type, the answer is: .0017 inches, or 43.18 microns. It’s about the thickness of…


Signal Labs tests the HD-BLADE

We’ve extensively tested the HD-BLADE against its most common competitor, and we’re pleased to provide cold, hard data. It’s not just a matter of whether the HD-BLADE works for one person in one case… the…