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TV service question

Post by exhaustgases » Fri Feb 23, 2018 5:39 pm

Can anyone tell me what tv service that still uses a coax rather than dangerous wi fi?

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Post by Dave Koehler » Fri Feb 23, 2018 10:22 pm

Dangerous WiFI?
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Re: TV service question

Post by John Wallace » Sat Feb 24, 2018 1:41 pm

You need that TV to capture all those dangerous wifi signals so you don't get bombarded by them.
The coax doesn't collect any of them.
(at least at your house)

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Post by exhaustgases » Sat Feb 24, 2018 9:36 pm

All Wi Fi are devices that use approximately the same frequency as your microwave oven, any ya all know what it does. Yes a bit less power is used, but still proven to cause cellular damage. If you look for a study that is not paid for by the industries that make and use such devices you'll see for your self. Also anyone that keeps abreast of any sort of news should have heard about cell phones and cancers and again same approx. frequency band. RF is not as safe as you are lead to believe.
The constant never ending RF and power levels from Wi Fi make it very dangerous, in an apartment you are constantly bathed in it. Oh well when you get some goofy health problem that no one can explain why, maybe then you will get concerned about it. Just remember in the infancy days of Xrays they were considered safe, same with radioactive isotopes, they even had radium tooth paste in the day. Due to the profits of RF device manufactures any bad news about them is highly suppressed.

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Re: TV service question

Post by exhaustgases » Sat Feb 24, 2018 9:39 pm

John Wallace wrote:
Sat Feb 24, 2018 1:41 pm
You need that TV to capture all those dangerous wifi signals so you don't get bombarded by them.
The coax doesn't collect any of them.
(at least at your house)

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A radio genius you are... Coax is basically a wave guide that pipes the RF power to the device instead of having it dumped into your environment and exposing you to it.

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Re: TV service question

Post by Ken0069 » Sun Feb 25, 2018 4:16 pm

The last three TVs I bought were flat screen LED types that are NOT SMART TVs, therefore they are NOT WIFI capable and use only coax or HDMI for the signal input connection.

Two are Sceptre brand that I bought from Walmart and one is an iSymphony that I purchased from a vendor on Ebay but again, none of them are wifi capable.

And just to clarify, I didn't buy them specifically because they weren't wifi capable. [-X I bought them because they were CHEAPER than the SMART TVs at the time! =D>
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Post by Dave Koehler » Sun Feb 25, 2018 4:21 pm

Turn the TV upside down and all the bad juju falls out.
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Re: TV service question

Post by John Wallace » Sun Feb 25, 2018 4:51 pm

The last three TVs I bought were flat screen LED types that are NOT SMART TVs, therefore they are NOT WIFI capable and use only coax or HDMI for the signal input connection
So, do you believe there is no 'wifi' signals in your house if your tv doesn't use it?

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Re: TV service question

Post by Dave Koehler » Sun Feb 25, 2018 5:47 pm

I suppose there might come a day when the tv conspires with the microwave.
Oh wait. That's SkyNet.

It looks like most routers put out about 0.1 watt while microwaves can do 1000 watts.
It's going to take a focused beam output to do anything of consequence and wifi as we know it is omnidirectional.
Omnidirectional means you can't leave your home without encountering wifi waves.
That's why Mothers teach not to put your head in the microwave.
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Re: TV service question

Post by woody b » Mon Feb 26, 2018 12:32 pm

I won't comment on the dangers of wi-fi. I used to know a bunch about it, but I've lost brain cells since then.

Regarding TV. TV providers are probably limited, or defined by your location. I used to have TV from Spectrum (formerly Time Warner in my area). My TV's were each connected to a box with wires. The boxes received their signals through a coax.

I now have a digital antenna, and smart TV's using a combination of over the air programming, and streaming TV.
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Re: TV service question

Post by Ken0069 » Tue Feb 27, 2018 9:52 am

John Wallace wrote:
Sun Feb 25, 2018 4:51 pm
The last three TVs I bought were flat screen LED types that are NOT SMART TVs, therefore they are NOT WIFI capable and use only coax or HDMI for the signal input connection
So, do you believe there is no 'wifi' signals in your house if your tv doesn't use it?

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I never said there was NO WIFI in my house! I have 3 cellular internet WIFI mobile hot spots sharing connections with 3 wireless Draft N Cradlepoint routers. I was just pointing out to the original poster that only "Smart" TVs have WIFI capability.
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