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Old 14-Jan-2011, 2:26 AM   #1
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Looking for advice

I am wondering what antenna would be best for my location
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Old 14-Jan-2011, 2:55 AM   #2
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Sacramento stations will be easy, but before we make any recommendations, we really need to know how many TV sets you plan to use from the one antenna.
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Old 14-Jan-2011, 3:48 AM   #3
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Two TV, I have a 50' tower that would need over 100' coaxial or I could attach to roof and be 30' high and only need to run 50+ feet of coaxial. Thanks for the help.
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Old 14-Jan-2011, 6:11 AM   #4
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From your report...
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WARNING: Address was only resolved to zip code level and might not be that close to your actual location. For more accurate results, try entering a specific address or coordinates.
Presuming the report you have posted accurately reflects the signal conditions at your location, an Antennacraft HBU22 aimed at 313 should receive ample signal to drive 125' of RG-6 and a 2 or 4-way splitter. Several strong local signals coming from other directions will likely be usable as well.
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