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Old 5-Sep-2012, 6:27 AM   #6
thom
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Originally Posted by quicksilvr View Post
Thank you. I might very well go this route and try the DB4e.

How big is it? I didn't see any measurements....
http://www.antennasdirect.com/cmss_f...y/DB4E-TDS.pdf

The DB4e is lightweight and comparatively small. It tends to act like a VHF antenna on the sides, but especially for the higher end of high VHF. That may be enough to blunt the assault from channel 7.

It's a solid choice, I have two of them stacked to pull Los Angeles from 100 miles away.
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