justme54 wrote:Hi,I really want to cut down on expenses but I'm a big tv watcher. I leave mine on all the time unless I'm working,which is 3 nights a week,so they are on alot. I have a desktop,in the bedroom,and a laptop. These are the channels I watch alot. ABC,NBC,CBS,KOKH-LOCAL CABLE CHANNEL-THINK IT'S CALLED FOX,USA,TNT,TBS,KOCB,TV LAND,FOOD CHANNEL,HGTV,LIFETIME,HLN,CNN,TLC,QVC,SHNBC,HSN,NICK AT NITE-EAST N WEST,LIQUIDATION CHANNEL, WILL WATCH CERTAIN THINGS ON A&E-COMEDY CENTRAL-AMC. Been watching reruns on ION. I have Netflix right now but just get them mailed to me so I can take to work.
I've been reading a few post here and trying to learn abt Roku and others and what would be best for me. I still don't know. So someone please give me some ideas and tell me what you would do. I welcome all suggestions,just don't get too complicated.LOL..I'm in a rural area,small town,but do have WM with dvd rental. So I want to know if I get the Roku,which of these can I watch on it,if any? What if I get an antenna,will I be able to get the local and cable channels and use the Roku for netflix and use the computer for others?
Now I know this is stupid,but I'm so used to having my tv on and flipping channels,especially while in bed,that I just don't know what I'll do or handle it.LOL.. It's crazy,I know. TIA,not able to come back for a couple days to see answers.
However, if you have a family with kids or like sports, it might be too hard to cut off completely. We are just two adults here, so we are good.
krisbee wrote:we use a combination here of a Roku, a Computer hooked to the TV (bought for $100 on ebay with shipping), and an Antenna hooked to a computer.
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