Re: the best indoor dtv antennas


Mar 17, 2017

 


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#1088 Mar 17, 2017

Hi everyoneI live in the mountains of WV between Charleston and Huntington. in an upstairs apartment, but cant get channel 3 or channel 13 or channel 30 cw or pbs. I tried buying a amplified leaf antenna like the mouha leaf but it did not help at all. going to change sides of the apartment hoping things might be better. there is no way i can put up a outside antenna here at this time. any ideas how i can make this better?Bruce Kb8kac



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#1089 Mar 17, 2017

To get this straight, you mean Ch.3 the NBC affiliate,... Ch 13 the CBS affiliate.....Ch 30 the CW affiliate and the PBS Station on Ch/33 is that correct?...................are those your real concerns?.



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#1090 Mar 18, 2017

Hello,

Living in an apartment makes it very hard

Does the apartment complex / building have a master antenna system or your roof?

Mike



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#1091 Mar 18, 2017

First you need to identify what directions your TV signals that are of interest are coming from. Go-to www.tvfool.com and enter your address. You can locate the channel and digital compass direction. You then place an antenna near the closestwindow. If you can copy the tvfool link and post it here, we may be able to give you antenna sujestions.

On Mar 17, 2017 10:30 AM, "kb8kac@... [TV_Antennas]" TV_Antennas@yahoogroups.com> wrote:��Hi everyoneI live in the mountains of WV between Charleston and Huntington. in an upstairs apartment, but cant get channel 3 or channel 13 or channel 30 cw or pbs. I tried buying a amplified leaf antenna like the mouha leaf but it did not help at all. going to changesides of the apartment hoping things might be better. there is no way i can put up a outside antenna here at this time. any ideas how i can make this better?Bruce Kb8kac



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#1092 Mar 19, 2017

www.tvfool.com/?option=com_wrapper&Itemid=29&q=id%3de6a40498b8e723



Here is my Tvfool.com report. The majority of channels are coming from one location, this would be great for a corner antenna, and if multi directional is required, channel master has an 8 bay that has hinges to angle half in another direction. At the edge row you see 1edge and 2edge, and tripod, the best is LOS line of sight. For me, an amplified antenna is required. This is why the tvfool link can help with antenna selection.



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#1093 Mar 19, 2017

Here are some outside antennas that can be used in an apartment with an antenna tripod and a 5ft mast in a window for better OTA TV viewing.



Mulii-diirectional. www.solidsignal.com/m/product.aspx?p=HDB8X



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#1094 Mar 19, 2017

Here is one for single direction.

www.solidsignal.com/m/product.aspx?p=hdb91x



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#1095 Mar 19, 2017

And an low noise amplifier www.solidsignal.com/m/product.aspx?p=CM-7778



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