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    I have a dedicated Spectrum coax for internet only. All my TV's use the old cable TV coax separated from internet access which is fed by my eave apex mounted antenna. I get over 60 channels, but like cable 90% are crap. Do use a signal booster amp, but recently found I could get most local channels when not connected to antenna coax. I plan to drop Spectrum as soon as Google Fiber comes to my precinct.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wino View Post
    I have a dedicated Spectrum coax for internet only. All my TV's use the old cable TV coax separated from internet access which is fed by my eave apex mounted antenna. I get over 60 channels, but like cable 90% are crap. Do use a signal booster amp, but recently found I could get most local channels when not connected to antenna coax. I plan to drop Spectrum as soon as Google Fiber comes to my precinct.
    Google Fiber has been coming to my area for 5+ years now if I remember correctly. I'm not holding my breath and I try my best not to give Google my money.
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    I cut tv services from the cable co several years ago, kept internet and upped the service on that. Got sling tv for the few channels that are worth watching.

 

 
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