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Old 4-Sep-2014, 7:03 PM   #2
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One antenna pointed north should give you a fairly complete line-up of the major networks, one exception being PBS which may need a dedicated antenna pointed west.

I'd take advantage of the roof height and mount a Winegard HD7694P pointing toward the north. I'd also want PBS so I'd point an Antennacraft Y526 toward the west. Use a HLSJ (High Low Signal Joiner) to combine the two antennas. http://www.solidsignal.com/pview.asp...-%28zhlsj-1%29

I would try the installation with no amplifier. If the need for one is proven, a CM-3410 can be inserted at any convenient point between the HLSJ and passive splitter.
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