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Old 14-Sep-2017, 7:54 PM   #36
blackstone
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Not arguing the point because I don't know but recent past results are different.
Just stating my personal experience.

I apologize and not trying to be obstinate.

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Your antenna is very directional. If you aim it for the SW channels, the SE channels will be too weak. If you aim it for the SE channel, the SW channels will be too weak.
That is one of the many things that confuse me.
Until a week or two ago, these channels came in adequately 80+% of the time.
I have not adjusted the direction in several months.

I know a rotor will improve reception.
But, how do I get performance from the 2 separate TVs that want to watch different stations?

For example one wants to watch WJAC and the other WPGH?

Another point is where the heck is north?
Apparently it moves around here on Peach Hill.

Just got my new better compass and anxiously went outside to get a true bearing of which way my antenna is pointed.

North moves 30-45 degrees while I'm holding the compass.

My best guess is I'm pointing 230 or so but who knows?
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