Originally Posted by DrDon
What antennas do you have, which way are they pointing, where are they located and what are you trying to accomplish?
They are pointing in the NW direction and I am trying to cover a bigger area of the window.
Having 2 antennas has greatly improved my reception.
However whenever planes, helicopters and autos are in the signal's pathway, they would affect the signal.
My TV's tuner would make unbearable sound whenever there are interferences.
The two 50miles amped flat antennas are hanging loosely over the window's blind rod and I could move them whenever required.
The interferences sound are eliminate when the antennas are in a close proximity. With 3 antennas, I would be able to cover a bigger area of the window (the whole window would look and function like a big antenna) and having them in a closer proximity would eliminating the hassle of moving any antenna around.
I might even be able to receive more channels. I'm already getting 90% of the channels listed on TV fools.
The length of antennas need to be almost the same to prevent phasing (cancel out of one another's signal).
After some research, I am answering my own question.
I assume that all modern flat HD amped antennas are balanced and so the balanced splitter is the better choice.