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Old 14-Dec-2012, 8:31 PM   #8
roadking00
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Originally Posted by GroundUrMast View Post
1.) If "coax converter" means 75Ω/300Ω matching transformer (AKA: balun), I would advise against connecting a second matching transformer to the antenna terminals. To do so would place too low an impedance on the antenna thus changing it's tuning and ability to transfer signal power to the coax. Use a common 2-way splitter.

2.) There may be some subtle directivity, you can try adjusting the aim. Don't expect a great difference though.

3.) There are commercial products... expect to pay $1500 & up for new. I have not done a recent search to be able to offer a specific recommendation.
Thanks again GroundURMast,

Yep the balun is what I was trying to spit out, basic splitter it is then..

I give it a shot moving it around here and there and maybe even re-mount outside eventually ?

Looks like I don't need that meter after all I guess when I get to the point on the TV antenna if I try the HDhomerun set up it will show the signal strength and quality of the signal as well...
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