If I'm in the wrong forum, my apologies. Please direct me to a more appropriate place if so. I did look over the list of forums here and decided to post here.
I don't know squat about HD radio, but am very into FM. In fact, I have my own FM show on college station KALX, Berkeley, 90.7 FM, which also has 3 internet streams (www.kalx.berkeley.edu
for access -- we are a great station for music!).
OK, like I say, KALX is great, but I sometimes like to hear what else is going on. My equipment isn't the best. It ranges from a pretty decent AV receiver (Kenwood VR6070) connected to one of my two rooftop TV antennas, to a low end AV receiver that's around 20 years old, an Aiwa that cost me $150 maybe, hooked up to a Terk ($80, and a mistake!), to a mini-system (Sony with 50 CD changer) that's downstairs and hooked up to a rabbit ears that rotates horizontally (vertically too, but I keep it oriented in a cross configuration).
What I'm really tired of is the fact that all but my best receiver (the Kenwood) get crappy reception for low wattage stations unless they are very local.
I guess I need a rooftop antenna, maybe with a rotator and hopefully with more than one remote control. I could try putting an additional split on one or both of my TV rooftop antennas, but fear problems with attendant signal loss. Recommendations appreciated.