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Old 30-Nov-2011, 2:57 AM   #1
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I want of get VHF and UHF stations.
I am surrounded by large trees.
I am able to mount 30+ feet.
Multi-directional.

Is the Winegard HD 7698P right for me? or is there a better option?
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Old 30-Nov-2011, 7:45 AM   #2
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If you aim at the Huntsville stations, about 310 per your compass, yes, the HD7698P is a good choice. I think you'll also need a preamp such as the Winegard HDP-269 or the Antennas Direct CPA-19.

The HD7698P is a very directional antenna. If you want to see signals from other directions, a rotator would be needed.

I doubt that all of the Birmingham stations would be receivable.
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