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New Drug Mimics the Beneficial Effects of Exercise

rtgree01 Make it a beer additive (492 comments)

That way I can work on my 6-pack

about a year ago

Mozilla Releases Firefox 3 Beta 4

rtgree01 Google Toolbar (356 comments)

I for one can't use a browser without the Google Toolbar.... Until Google releases a version for this version, I can't switch...

more than 6 years ago



HDTV Distribution indside one's home

rtgree01 rtgree01 writes  |  more than 6 years ago

rtgree01 (457275) writes "I've been wondering if there is a device that will allow me to take advantage of the built-in HDTV tuners in all my TV's in my house. I would love to be able to have a media server located in a closet/basement that could broadcast an ATSC signal (video and audio) through the coax in my house. It would be like the RF modulators that video game consoles used to come with, but with HD... I've googled a bit, but haven't found something that is fairly inexpensive. I don't really want to do HDMI and baluns on all my TVs... So does this thing exist? Could the average consumer afford one? Thanks"


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