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  1. henchman007

    Cut the cord need help with anetnna

    Thanks So this https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01BP4KV9Y?ref_=pe_623860_70668520_dpLink and a separate UHF with a combiner would be less reliable?
  2. henchman007

    Cut the cord need help with anetnna

    Here is a report my neighbor did for my exact location on bears
  3. henchman007

    Cut the cord need help with anetnna

    My bad so sorry, posted before my morning coffee lol The install will be 10' at minimum but more than likely 20' but running 120 cable Report with 15'
  4. henchman007

    Cut the cord need help with anetnna

    Alright thanks. I assume he has an antenna like yours vs the motorized ones
  5. henchman007

    Cut the cord need help with anetnna

    Wow so some stations might not come in at all? So are you saying the cheaper antennas will be obsolete? Sorry for all the questions but I hate to waste money on equipment and would like to know as much as possible
  6. henchman007

    Cut the cord need help with anetnna

    OK thanks. I assume you got the more expensive 65+ mile Wingard? Did you ever try the other antennas like these below? https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B074CHS7CP/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1_1_2?smid=A1V6D9FRIAMTOA&psc=1
  7. henchman007

    Cut the cord need help with anetnna

    Thanks! Do you get the VHF CH. 13 alright? Which antenna do you have and did you ever try a flat window antenna?
  8. henchman007

    Trying to learn about antennas!!

    Trying to learn about antennas!!
  9. henchman007

    Cut the cord need help with anetnna

    Ok here is my TV Fool report TV Fool I was set on a basic rotating McDruory antenna on Amazon with great reviews until I read that my channel 13 (CBS) VHF might not be received, so now I do not know what to do. Things I was considering, thoughts? This one great might get my VHF but not sure...
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