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Old 17-Mar-2019, 7:13 PM   #61
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Well the warranty is good On the antenna Direct 91xg.
I just dount like to return to some one that I have installed
An ANTENNA that has been up for a year later
And the public mad about an ANTENNA falling apart that I suggested to someone!!
That is why I have used both of these antennas Direct&the HDB91.
That has not let me down and it's been 5years on the first one I have
Installed and China yes just like the car's performance BETTER
than the USA grade.

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Old Today, 1:32 AM   #62
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Had a lengthy post underway earlier today but my my 2 month-old Dell desktop decided to crash on me with a BSOD and a memory error... so, you get the short answer this evening.


Anyway, the 91XG, like ALL of our antennas, has a lifetime warranty (try that with the Chinese-made stuff to which it has been compared). All customers need to do is contact us, the link is in my signature.


Have a great weekend!

AD Tech, what would you say the wind load is on these C4 / Max antennas?

So, the C4-V-CJM, I have been researching/reading. AD says it's re-engineered from the original C4. What did they do to improve it?

I imagine it has to be better, since its more expensive even without reflectors

Also, you mentioned that it is highly recommended along the WI-IL State line, that must be true since I see a lot of them. I should clarify. I see a lot of the the C4's with reflectors, usually aimed in opposing directions.



Wouldn't they have been smarter to keep both and remove the reflectors? or even just one? Or, is the original C4 useless w/o the reflectors?

My experience has taught me that it's a bad idea to combine antennas pointing in two opposite directions.

I found a decent price on Amazon, ($120.00) so I was thinking about purchasing one or two.

Thanks, Bob

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Above the antennas video

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Current set-up
https://db.tt/a5SDMFCqps

Earlier experiment:
https://db.tt/YASaxi2jMR


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Old Today, 12:57 PM   #64
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AD Tech, what would you say the wind load is on these C4 / Max antennas?

So, the C4-V-CJM, I have been researching/reading. AD says it's re-engineered from the original C4. What did they do to improve it?

I imagine it has to be better, since its more expensive even without reflectors

Also, you mentioned that it is highly recommended along the WI-IL State line, that must be true since I see a lot of them. I should clarify. I see a lot of the the C4's with reflectors, usually aimed in opposing directions.



Wouldn't they have been smarter to keep both and remove the reflectors? or even just one? Or, is the original C4 useless w/o the reflectors?

My experience has taught me that it's a bad idea to combine antennas pointing in two opposite directions.

I found a decent price on Amazon, ($120.00) so I was thinking about purchasing one or two.

Thanks, Bob
That set up I would say wins of 35too 50 say Goodbye to that wind sale.
And for that price, you should take a look AT the new channels master antenna
It will fly in the wind and receive them broadcasting station that you are looking for,and you won't need 2 to get the job done.

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Above the antennas videos, through Dropbox:


Current set-up
https://db.tt/a5SDMFCqps

Earlier experiment:
https://db.tt/YASaxi2jMR

Nice shot Bob; just like I was up there at the antenna!

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AD Tech, what would you say the wind load is on these C4 / Max antennas?
No idea. We've never measured or calculated that.


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So, the C4-V-CJM, I have been researching/reading. AD says it's re-engineered from the original C4. What did they do to improve it?
Added the VHF module as far as I know. I don't know what you've seen or where it was found so I can't comment beyond that. Since the C4V and the rest of its generation of products have been superseded by the MAX series, I think only the MAX is shown on our website these days. Anyway, marketing copy isn't my department.
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Old Today, 10:45 PM   #67
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Ok but you're all most out of the hole of the tree's and the montin hill's up just ten ft more
And you will receive BROADCASTING station like no tomorrow and I suggest that for
The best results out of the 91x g is to put a channel master 7777amp to it the 91xg
Love's the channel master amp.And do not worry about over load becuse of your terane
With hill's and all the tree's good luck and be safe and look out for power lines when installing an outdoor tv antenna,73.
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