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Old 23-Jan-2018, 12:28 AM   #5
rabbit73
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Here are the colors; they are not easy for me either. The yellow blends in with the red, and the red blends with the grey at the line of demarcation.



TV Signal Analysis FAQ
http://www.tvfool.com/index.php?opti...ask=view&id=57

KYOU also has NBC in 480i
https://rabbitears.info//market.php?...&callsign=kyou

To get the major networks in one direction, you could use a big high gain UHF/VHF combo antenna like the Winegard HD7698P or the Channel Master Digital Advantage 100/CM-2020. The 7698 is a little more difficult to set up but has more gain. Aim the antenna at 353 degrees for WFXA through KRIN. You will also need a preamp like the
Antennas Direct Juice
Channel Master 7778
Channel Master 7777HD/Amplify; has HI & LO gain settings

Those signals are partially blocked (indicated by 2Edge) by the curvature of the earth because they are far away, so reception will vary.

Try to avoid the trees at the NW corner of your house; trees block TV signals.

It's the best solution I can think of now, but I can't guarantee it.
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