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Old 9-Jan-2016, 4:40 PM   #21
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I have the new 7777.

ADTech,

I'm not quite clear on the instructions of the 91XG. What is the correct way to run the coax?

Thanks

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Old 9-Jan-2016, 5:14 PM   #22
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What is the correct way to run the coax?
Whatever works. Free-form it. The routing of the coax isn't critical to the reception capabilities of the antenna, so just secure it so it doesn't whip around in the wind.
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Old 18-Jan-2016, 3:09 PM   #23
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Hello all,

I have attached pictures of testing the setup this weekend. I ended up going a totally different direction than when I wanted to mount the 2-HD8200Us.

Every channel is coming in loud and clear with the exception of KOMU. KOMU is showing some artifacts, but I'm hoping it will clear up once I get everything up on the 30' mast. As you can see, I am surrounded by trees and will probably need to go higher by spring.

Thank you ADTech and rabbit73 for your guidance.
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