TV Mount Question

Discussion in 'PopOut (Hybrids)' started by Enz0, Mar 24, 2021.

  1. bikendan

    bikendan Active Member

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    Exactly. We never use campground WiFi as it usually sucks. Using our phones as hotspots works much better.
    And if you're in an area without cell service, a tv probably isn't worth using since OTA signal would probably bad also.
     
  2. Sneezer

    Sneezer Well-Known Member

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    I also use my phone as a hotspot. Most of the time I have signal, although it may be weak at times. However, when I bring the TV I generally use it to watch a pre-downloaded movie from Netflix or Amazon. I did pick up an antenna at the beginning of Covid last year, and plan to use it on a trip to see if I can pick up anything. More for news/weather than anything else - we cut the cord years ago and never bothered to get an antenna for the house either. Movies and gaming are our TV uses now, which is fine with me.
     

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