I live in Trumbull, CT.
I have this antenna installed inside my attic.
I have this amp installed.
Pick up CBS, NBC, FOX out of NY with strong signal and comes in crystal clear.
Pick up ABC out of New York and signal is moderate, good picture most of the time with occasional hiccup.
Pick up ABC (WTNH) out of New Haven with strong signal and comes in crystal clear.
I don't get the CW (PIX 11) which is VHF (low power too).
In total, I get 25 channels which I would consider viewable (English and quality picture) but the major networks is all I'm really interested in. The amp made a big difference for me.
I have the antenna coax cable line (out of the amp) feeding into this.
(link not working - search Amazon for "SiliconDust HDHomeRun PLUS 2-Tuner ATSC DLNA/UPnP HD Compatible Streaming Media Player, HDTC-2US")
That connects with CAT5E Ethernet cable to an older PC running Windows Vista (believe it or not) and Microsoft Media Center. HDMI out of the PC to my Home Theatre receiver which outputs to my TV. Media Center acts as my DVR, TV Guide listing, and gives me the ability to pause live TV.
I use this as a Windows Media Center remote control (I actually only use the IR receiver from this because of the Logitech 650).
I have my TV, Home Theatre receiver, Windows Media Center remote, and Roku all setup in a Logitech 650 remote control
I have the TV mounted on a wall in the Family room. The home theater receiver, Roku, and HD Homerun are in my basement. PC is in the family room but it could live in the basement as well. All my components are out of sight (I like clean looks). I use this device to transmit the IR signal from the Logitech 650 to the components in my basement.'
(link not working - search Amazon for "X10 Powermid PM5900 Remote Control Extender Kit - Includes a Transmitter and Receiver")
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