How to quit cable and stream TV the right way


If you’re going to quit cable or satellite for a streaming TV solution, you’re going to want to get it right the first time. There are lots of options for streaming devices, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, and Smart TVs. Also, choosing the right antenna and making sure your internet is up to par are important too.

We’ve outlined exactly how to get started, step by step. Follow our lead, and you’ll never look back.



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  1. SuperBox S1 Pro 12 July, 2020 at 18:26 Reply

    Lol. Just buy superbox. No need to pay monthly subs. superboxmarket. com is the website. Remove space and its all good. I have it and its all good.

  2. Greg Oltmanns 12 July, 2020 at 18:26 Reply

    Ok so we are paying well over $200 a month for commercials up the wazzoo and are board out of our minds. We do stream with our dvd players and Gaming hardware but, What does the cost end up being compared to the get nothing for your dollar setup we have now?

  3. Edmund Singleton 12 July, 2020 at 18:26 Reply

    Ever wonder why ads are allowed to run on television
    stations in the greater New York area for cable operations knowing dam well
    they are not available to everyone, since the five crime cable operators have divided
    the city up among themselves, no out siders allowed, cross boundaries are strictly
    forbidden, or a visit from a diamond pinky ringed mobster may come a calling to
    enforce them dare rules…

  4. Jeff Martinson 12 July, 2020 at 18:26 Reply

    I got on the Fire TV bandwagon years ago when it first came out, I have 2 Fire TV boxes and 1 Fire TV stick. But after owning a Shield TV I will not buy any more Fire TV devices. Android TV is a much nicer interface with less clutter, which puts apps first instead of Google's content first. Android TV interface is also customizable which allows you to put which apps and content you want to see first. Also the Google Assistant for me gives me better responses than Alexa.

    I'm hoping to see a more cost-effective Android TV solution then the shield in the future. Like some kind of Android TV stick from Google or nVidia for around $50. I really want to see Android TV for the masses to keep this platform going because I really honestly think it's the best platform out there.

  5. Ricky Aubrey 12 July, 2020 at 18:26 Reply

    Hi,we just bought TCL Roku Tv for the bedroom…In the living room .We have cable on a non smart flat screen tv but it DOES have HDMI ports.Our plan is to cut the cable and add SLING to the Roku Tv…Our question is how do we connect ,sync,pair, our living room TV to the Roku TV, so we can get all the same channels in the living room that we get on the bedroom TV.?

  6. Genya Lyons 12 July, 2020 at 18:26 Reply

    Does anyone recommend a good Over the Air DVR box. I have a really old one and dont know what good in the market.

  7. Phineas626 12 July, 2020 at 18:26 Reply

    For Streaming people I know have Netflix or Hulu. And for live TV just uses SlingTV, HuluTV or Direct TV Now. However in my apartment I get cable for pretty much free buy Spectrum so that’s kind of a sweet deal for me.

  8. Ar. Bob 12 July, 2020 at 18:26 Reply

    Smart TVs are stupid Any flat screen with a PC plugged into an HDMI port is much smarter.Even a Chromecast is smarter than a stupid smart TV.

  9. Banana Patch 12 July, 2020 at 18:26 Reply

    I still can not get much college football on SEC Network, Fox Sports 1 and 2, etc, etc
    Or am I wrong ?

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