Greatest Vacation Presents for Twine Cutters 2019 – Funds and non-Funds Editions!



Like an organized shopper, we’re getting our compulsory “vacation items!” video out of the way in which early this 12 months! At this time we’re going over a number of classes for cor cutters and providing a finances — and a not-so-budget — thought for every. In the event you’re enthusiastic about any of this stuff, use the Amazon hyperlinks under (fee earned):

—–TVs—–
Funds: TCL 55” Roku TV – 2017 mannequin –
Screw Budgets: Samsung 85″ Class 4K Extremely HD HDR Sensible QLED TV (2019 Mannequin) –

—–Streaming Units—–
Funds: Roku Streaming Stick Plus ( or Fireplace TV Stick 4K ($50) –
Screw Budgets: Apple TV 4K, 64 GB ($200) –

—–Streaming Companies—–
Funds: Netflix reward card ($30 or $60) or Amazon Prime 3-month reward membership ($39) –
Screw Budgets: Amazon Prime 12-month reward membership ($119) –

—–HD Antenna—–
Funds: 1byone HD Antenna ($25) –
Screw Budgets: case of 96 units of HAD rabbit-ear antennas ($182.23) –

—–Soundbar—–
Funds: TaoTronics 32-Inch Soundbar ($66) –
Screw Budgets: Sonos Beam – Sensible TV Sound Bar with Amazon Alexa Constructed-in ($400) –
Severely, screw budgets: Sonos Beam with woofer ($1,100) –

Amazon listing costs as of 10/31/2019 at 10:30 AM MST. Product costs and availability are correct as of the date/time indicated and are topic to alter. Any value and availability info displayed on the related Amazon Web site(s) on the time of buy will apply to the acquisition of this product. Opinions.org makes use of paid Amazon hyperlinks. Sure content material that seems on this video comes from Amazon. This content material is supplied “as is” and is topic to alter or removing at any time.

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Comments (22)
pam oakes
December 28, 2019

Love my Sonos Beams!! Have them in two different rooms.

Paul Kinosian
December 28, 2019

There is no such thing as an HD antenna. Antennas get signals , UHF & VHF. THERE ARE NO HD SIGNALS. You are obviously clueless about what you are speaking about. By the way the best streaming device is a Nvidia Shield. Something tells me you get something for what you revcomend

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December 28, 2019

Hello! I have a very small channel, about Finance, investments and trading, could you make a small advertisement for my channel on your channel, which would attract an English-speaking audience)?

Aimee Garcia
December 28, 2019

Disney plus is the best 12 bucks of my life all my 2000' I been binging since 11 yesterday pm lol

Lorenzo Sorice
December 28, 2019

No recommendation on the Roku soundbar? Roku built into a good sounding soundbar for less than $200…

Frank Claycomb
December 28, 2019

That hd antenna is garbage… A $5 set of rabbit ears works better than this. Your recommendations are suspect because of this.

Adymn Sani
December 28, 2019

screw the holidays…I'm not spending any money!

LWIAY
December 28, 2019

The first thing I watch on Disney+ is Lizzie McGuire brings back so much memories 😂

Jacob McElyea
December 28, 2019

I personally have both the Apple TV and Roku +. The only reason I have both is because I purchased a lot of movies via Xfinity Stream when I was a former technician with Xfinity, and the Xfinity Stream app is only available via Roku. 😒
I love the Apple TV better though.

Peepers 47
December 28, 2019

Missed your pick of better, as in good, better best. 85” television best recommendation is only best when looking for an 85“. Other than sized is that the actual best Television money can buy? Really? Best streaming device may be the Apple but if not in the Apple family, there is a better choice. Nvidia Shield TV may be the better choice for image quality and flexibility when moving up from a stick…

Not complaining rather stating I’m stuck in the middle, don’t want the cheapest nor the largest…

Ed E
December 28, 2019

I'm looking at the 55" LG Oled!! That's what my 2017 Shield is asking to get for Christmas!! haha!

alvallac21
December 28, 2019

There is no such thing as an HD, 4K, or digital antenna. Those are keywords companies put into their Amazon listing to be included in the search results. In reality, there are UHF antennas, high VHF antennas, low VHF antennas, and antennas designed to pick some combination of the above. UHF, high VHF, and low VHF refer to the radio frequencies that stations broadcast on. Find out which radio frequencies (RF) the channels near you are broadcasting on (are they UHF, high VHF, low VHF or a mixture), and buy an antenna that's designed to pick up those signals. Find out which direction you need to point it in, and place it outside (preferably) or by a window. Also, higher elevation is better, and quad shielded RG6 is better than RG59. See the YouTube channel "Antenna Man" for more info. For most people, he recommends the Clearstream 2MAX, and for indoor use he recommends the Mohu Leaf Supreme Pro.

Personally, two days ago I just switched from a Clearstream Flex (an indoor-only with good reviews) to the Clearstream 2MAX, and it makes a big, big difference. It's far more reliable (every channel flawless) and I can pick up a few channels that I couldn't before. Despite being only 18 miles from the broadcast towers, and in a flat city, the Flex still had issues on some channels and at different times of day (required frequent fiddling). With the 2MAX, I think its reliability should be more akin to satellite TV (flawless on all channels most days, but maybe it'll still have some issues during severe weather… I don't know yet). I haven't tried the Mohu Leaf Supreme Pro, so I don't know how it compares to the Flex.

There are DVRs you can buy to record OTA TV, and do things like pause live TV, have a TV guide, skip commercials, watch on a streaming box/computer/tablet/phone, or get remote access for when you're away from home. I use a Tablo, but there are also ones from TiVo, HDHomeRun, Amazon, and probably others. Plex can do it too. But a DVR is optional. If you don't care about any of that, you can just hook the antenna straight into the TV and watch everything live.

Marc
December 28, 2019

I need to get a new TV for my Bedroom, I currently have a 55 inch old plasma there. It's slightly too big, I was thinking a 50 inch with more than the measly two HDMI it currently has.

Roy Jones
December 28, 2019

Your choices of antenna was 👎.

glennaa11
December 28, 2019

why the Apple TV over an NVIDIA Shield TV?

Patricio Benavente
December 28, 2019

I will gift myself a year of disney+ hulu espn natgeo bundle

Patricio Benavente
December 28, 2019

If you buy the apple tv you get a year of apple tv+ for free

Anthony Nguyen
December 28, 2019

You can get a 2019 Samsung 43” 4K smart tv RU7100 at Best Buy for only $330

Streaming Junkie
December 28, 2019

For the "screw budget, I'm rich", just throw your money on a Bose Lifestyle 650
system for $4K USD or get a proper $8K USD Marantz HT sound system.

Samuel Pagan
December 28, 2019

Thanks so much for all information man.

Evan Mendoza
December 28, 2019

Amazon's the BEST………🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰

Jason King
December 28, 2019

How many "screw budget, I'm rich" people are actually cord cutters?

And if you're able to buy a sound bar for $1,000, you would be better off getting a complete 7.2 AV receiver and speaker system for less.

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