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Old 8-Oct-2018, 12:13 AM   #1
greggor
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Antenna advice

I would really like some advice on what type of antenna would best suit my location based on my report.
Only looking to get the major networks the=at seem to be to the north.
Will a set top suffice if needed I a=can mont on the roof.
What make model would be the best choice?

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Old 8-Oct-2018, 1:20 PM   #2
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A set top or indoor antenna is very unlikely to provide good, consistent,
reception. An outdoor antenna is a must. Because you have low VHF for
PBS, Hi VHF for two major networks and UHF for the rest, you will need
an antenna designed to receive everything for your area. The channel
master 3018 model would serve you well. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Channel-...3018/203763043
Keep your RG6 cable run as short as possible to ONE tv at first. Keep
it simple, especially at first. Avoid trees as much as possible. Trees nearby ruin reception.....
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