Winegard Signal Amplifier

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Winegard Signal Amplifier


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Can Anyone Tell Me The Best Indoor Hdtv Antenna For An Apartment?

I would like to know what the best indoor hdtv antenna for an apartment is? I recently moved and the reception here is not good. Here are the antennas I have tried but not many channels with them! Winegard SS-3000 Amplified Indoor UHF/VHF Antenna, GE 24734 VHF/UHF/FM Stereo Reception Millenium TV Antenna, RCA ANT1450BR Multi-Directional Amplified Digital Flat Antenna (Black),RCA ANT121 Indoor Antenna, and even tried RCA Digital Signal Amplifier for Indoor Antennas. I even tried this page that gives you suggestions by address. http://www.hdtvantennalabs.com/location/ PLEASE HELP!

The Winegard is probably the best of those you listed.

Try an antenna amplifier with 25 to 30 dB of gain
(that's about as strong as you'll be able to get).
These are available from good electronic parts stores
(which means that Radio Shack DOESN'T have them).

I'm using a 28 or 30 dB amplifier with my indoor antenna,
and I can reliably receive signals from only one transmitter,
which provides me with all of two channels, one of which I don't watch.

The best site for antenna lookups is antennaweb.org.

For my location, antennaweb recommends one of the largest
outdoor antennas available and a rotator to aim it at different stations.
It may be possible for me to install such a setup, but it's not gonna happen.

Originally posted 2009-11-21 09:35:54.

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