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post #1 of 2 Old 09-18-2013, 01:00 PM - Thread Starter
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I am trying to assist a grandparent with cutting the cord to cable (the cost is getting to much for them) and they have an existing antenna tower but would need a new antenna (HD).

Can anyone provide some good suggestions for antenna brands / models / etc? (i.e. ChannelMaster)

Also, I put the address in TVFool in case that helps with reception questions...

Thanks in advance for any assistance you can provide.
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Your nearby Salisbury, MD stations are about 40 miles and UHF for the major networks. A 4-bay or 8-bay UHF antenna could work there, and possible medium gain preamp. But if you want Baltimore or Philadelphia, it becomes a bit more involved. Some are VHF and more distant. Perhaps a 91XG UHF antenna and a separate VHF antenna. And DC and New York may be a bit beyond range, but I would definitely try for Baltimore.
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