Originally Posted by sharky
Here is my location - http://www.tvfool.com/?option=com_wr...b7c8e81e25c829
Looking to use antenna without a rotor for use with two tvs
I am interested in getting as many as possible "clear" - so will be attaching it to my roof.
If you could advise me on an antenna model / type - and do you suggest any good places to purchase in the Mississauga area?
You have many analog and digital stations very strong to you, and as advised, the omni-directional antenna may work for you, but the digital stations may be problematic with the "UFO" type antenna, digital TV needs a decent signal strength to keep a stable picture, the UFO has very little gain.
You mentioned not using a rotor, but if it was me, I'd get an all band yagi style antenna (VHF-lo, VHF-hi and UHF) and put it on a rotor, this would very likely give you all the stations in your area. You will fnd that the ability to rotate the antenna to pinpoint the signals is quite satisfying. Additionally, the splitting of the signal to 2 TV's will reduce the signal at both TV's...the UFO antenna with it's low gain will cause the inability to receive many staions, therefore a yagi would be advised.