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Old 24-Apr-2012, 3:02 PM   #3
signals unlimited
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Location: south-central PA.
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I agree 100% There are cases for both. I am in an area where a rotor is required and I see many similar situations in many of the askers reports.

I overcome the concerns mentioned as follows:

1. Scaning...A static setting in the direction of most of the stations will result in the loading of stations that require precise aiming for viewing.

2. Viewing...In most cases a static setting that they can locate and store with the use of a rotor can in most cases deliver enough varity to avoid viewing disputes in multipul set viewing.

3. Not sure what you mean about DVR conflict, in hundreds of my installs I have seen two or three DVR's.

In any case the rotor if aimed magnetic North and a 360 degree display offers choices not available with any of the non-rotor work arounds.
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