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Old 8-Mar-2019, 5:57 PM   #4
rabbit73
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Hello, Zman83; welcome to the forum.

Your might try a bi-directional antenna like the Antennas Direct Clear Stream 2MAX without a reflector, which could be aimed to pick up NE and SW.



Try the CS2MAX with just one TV first, then add a splitter. If the signals are too weak at the second TV, replace the splitter with a Channel Master 3412 distribution amp.
https://store.antennasdirect.com/Cle...V-Antenna.html

If that doesn't work, you will need two antennas.

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Originally Posted by Zman83 View Post
Some people have mentioned combining two or more antennas for opposite or different directions, which would be fine if it will help pull in more stations reliably.
Combining two antennas aimed in different directions often doesn't work; you just have to try it.
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