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Old 20-Apr-2015, 9:03 PM   #21
stvcmty
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Im really on the fence about the DB8 or 91XG.
In my experience, an 8 bay (DB8) will be easier to aim than an Yagi (91XG). The 8-bay will also pick up a wider grouping of channels.

Depending on how close the hill is, the VHF stations may bend over it. From what I have seen, VHF is more forgiving to terrain obstruction than UHF.
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Old 20-Apr-2015, 9:16 PM   #22
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In my experience, an 8 bay (DB8) will be easier to aim than an Yagi (91XG). The 8-bay will also pick up a wider grouping of channels.

Depending on how close the hill is, the VHF stations may bend over it. From what I have seen, VHF is more forgiving to terrain obstruction than UHF.
Something else for me to consider is I have a bunch of towers with a strong signal to the east that are close together. So Im wondering if the 8 bay would be a better choice vs the 91XG. As you said it might be harder to point.
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