Alright, wish I would've found this thread BEFORE getting everything purchased and hooked up but I have some questions.
First below is my TV Fool Report:
If for some reason the link doesn't work I did attach a PDF of my report.
Here is the antenna I'm currently using:
Basically I purchased an antenna because I have Playstation Vue, which has worked phenomenally up to this point, but I am unable to watch locals live. So I bought the antenna and when I first got it put up, I didn't care about direction and just wanted to see what channels I could get and I can got 8.1 (ABC), 8.2, 8.3 and 8.4 and then 10.1 (CBS), 10.2 (NBC) and 10.3. The antenna was actually facing SSE and was pointed slightly at the ground (Lol I know, but I was like a kid on Christmas, I just wanted to see what channels I could get before messing with anything. Plus the Husker game was on and I wanted to catch the end of that live, not the one minute delay on ESPN3).
So then I stumbled upon this thread and wow what a **** ton of useful information. My problem is that I'm trying to get FOX out of Omaha. I tried facing my antenna East and while I was still getting a strong signal from NBC and CBS, ABC was on the fritz. Then I adjusted the antenna so it faced Southeast and now I get a strong signal from all three stations, although I still feel like ABC could come in a little better.
I saw someone mention on here to another poster that maybe pointing their antenna straight North would result in them being able to get FOX 42. My question is am I too far West to get FOX 42 out of Omaha? When I was a freshman in college I lived on the bottom floor of an apartment on the south side of Lincoln right by Tierra Park and was able to get 42 intermittently with an indoor antenna, so I think I should be able to get FOX at least a little shouldn't I?
I also am trying to figure out how I'm able to get the VHF channels when my antenna says UHF only. Maybe because it really is both but the manufacturer/Amazon didn't enter the information right, I do not know?
So hopefully one you can chime in and give me some direction on what to try next?