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Old 9-Apr-2010, 7:14 PM   #5
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the Charlotte market is an all-UHF market, so a UHF fringe-area antenna is an appropriate recommendation. Personally, I prefer tha AntennasDirect XG-91 to the Winegard HD-9095, as it has better real-world gain, is lighter, and has a tilt-boom feature that facilitates reception in hilly areas by allowing the front of the antenna to tilt up to see the refraction effects of signals from hills. If you plan to distribute the signal to multiple TV sets, you would be well advised to consider a distribution amplifier-splitter like the Channel Master CM341x series, where x= the number of outlets.

Aim your antenna at 225 degrees, and you will see all the Charlotte stations without a hitch.
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