I am interested in stacking a Winegard YA-1713 on top of either an Antennas Direct DB8,
or a Antennas Direct 91-XG and have them both go into a AntennaCraft 10G221 preamp.
Has anyone in the state tried doing this and which UHF antenna did you choose and why?
The DB8 is multidirectional and the 91-XG is highly directional, I can move both with my
rotator, but would the 91-XG be overkill? I am lookiing to get WTNH hence the YA-1713
VHF antenna, but the UHF antenna I would like to use to get lower MA channels like
WGBY etc. I am attaching my location info. so I could get some advice/help with this
decision. The antenna's are going to be mounted on the back of a separated 2 car
garage in my back yard. I am going to have them mounted @30' above the ground.
Here is my TV Fool information link: (Berlin, CT.)
My goal is to have a setup that will yeild the most access to the most stations. I picked
the AntennaCraft 10G221 preamp due to its overload resistance which might be an issue
due to some stations that are broadcasting within 7 miles of me. I also am running about
80 feet of RG6 from the antenna's to the house. So I am also using the preamp to overcome
line loss and connector losses.
Any help would be appreciated.