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Old 25-Aug-2019, 8:49 PM   #12
rabbit73
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ssharnick View Post
3 or 4 TVs...but it would be 2 simultaneously max
It doesn't matter if they are off or on, the splitter loss stays the same.

If the signals are OK with one TV (with preamp if needed), add a 4-way splitter.
If the signals are then too weak, replace the splitter with a CM 3414 which is a distribution amp.

You have two strong local FM transmitters that might interfere with the reception of WTNH, but they are in a different direction.

http://www.fmfool.com/modeling/tmp/1...6/Radar-FM.png

Please be aware that trees will block TV signals, especially UHF.
http://www.hdtvprimer.com/ANTENNAS/siting.html
scroll down to Trees and UHF
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