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How many people have cable television?
Am I guessing? As of 2005 it was 51%
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The amount of people in the world that owns a television can only be given as an estimate. There are probably more than 1 billion people that have a TV in their home.
John Logie Baird invented the first television in 1925. It used electro-mechanical devices to produce the picture, and was used by the BBC for seven years before being replace…d with a fully electronic system. The BBC invited bids from both Bair and Marconi-EMI and opted for the Marconi-EMI system which went into use in 1936.
According to the US Government 2010 digital transition survey there were 1,261,325 TV households in Puerto Rico. According to the 2010 census there are 1,480,330 total house…holds in Puerto Rico. This means that 85% of Puerto Ricans have at least one TV in their house. 98.5% of US households (50 states combined) have a TV.
satellite, you can steal it... lol cable is probably
about 45 million homes had televisions by the 1960s
if I'm not mistaken it is the on screen guide to each channel in the traditional blocked format
No one answer to this one....match what your cable box has with what your TV has. HDMI is the name of the newest standard, DVI was its predecessor. If you have a mismatch adap…ters may be obtained on your own, unlikely the cable company will provide assistance to that level. You can get by with using the component in/out connections, these are the red, green and blue plugs/ports you see on the box and your TV. It will work, just not as good of a picture quality to the discerning eye.
The most common ones are RG 59 and a low loss cable is RG 6, both are 72 ohm for TV sets and antennas.
satellite cables and TV cables are the same to a point. the difference in the too are is the TV cable a RG59 or a RG6 RG59 will not work with satellite because if the smalle…r center conductor with satellite it pushes power were it will end up destroying the center conductor RG6 witch is in newer homes is ideal for both satellite and cable RG11 is used with TV cable from usual the box / tap outside to houses usually running over 300 ft depending on the DB coming from the starting location
Usually below the 'frost line' in most areas, or from four to six feet, on the average. But if you're going to be doing any digging, call first so they can come out and mark …where it is. There's usually a 'call before you dig' number in your phone book.
A Cable box and TV are connected together through a RF cable.