No More Analog TV in Germany

The use of Analog Television is finally over in Germany. It ended up last April 30, 2012. This is also the reason why we bought two new digital receivers before the analog era ended up. Everything is digital now. I believed the network cable is very better now than the analog. The pictures on the TV screen are more sharper now. We have more channels also. During  the analog period, we only have around 10 channels on our television. Now, we can already watch over a hundred channels worldwide. 

Those who love watching television are truly happy with this new  digital connection.

 
 

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