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Old 11-May-2015, 2:45 PM   #11
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Also i was told with that antenna not to get a preamp as it will just overload. Is this true?
Yes, probably true. Your first two signals are very strong.
Since the little women is letting me cut off the dish, i want to get her as many channels as possible without wasting money going overboard.
We understand the WAF (Wife Acceptance Factor), but you have major networks in different directions which makes a solution to your reception problem a little more difficult and might require some experimentation.
It was initially recommended to me,
Who recommended it?
not my first choice (at first)
What was your first choice?
Where did you get the idea i jumped the gun?
You bought the antenna before posting your problem here.
If you can not measure it, you can not improve it.
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