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Old 24-Apr-2012, 12:41 PM   #1
signals unlimited
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To rotate, or not to rotate.

When reading the threads in the Help with reception area of this blog, one can't help but notice the "push back" and and bias against the use of a rotor. While there are some work arounds, such as multipul antennas, and tuners that will work, I can't possibly imagine why, when most askers have multipul locations for reception and are advised to use directional antennas that the rotor is not, or un-recomended in favor of these work arounds. The rotor offers better reception with precise tuning and the flexability to sweep and search for all stations from all directions. I feel that the askers deserve simple solutions that maxiumize there viewing experence and that in most cases the work arounds are more complicated, more expensive, and much less effective than adding the rotor.
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