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Old 24-Apr-2015, 8:34 PM   #8
rabbit73
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What I am interested in trying is to do the same without the use of a rotor.Based on my report and proximity to the various transmitters I am interested in a new configuration & hoping to not have to rescan & point etc...
I have 75 foot of quadshield split to 5 TV's.
I agree with stvcmty. You need 3 antennas, and a way to combine the signals into one coax before splitting.

If you only had one TV, I would say use an A/B/C switch to select the antenna you want and use a Sony TV that can add a channel after scan, to avoid the need to rescan every time you switch antennas.
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