Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: north central CT
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First thanks for this news about WFSB and Laff, I was about to scrounge up and modify a Y10-7-13 to try to get Laff off the Empire State building which would probably only work where I'm at (a little north of Hartford in the CT river valley) during summer evenings (tropo) .
Escape on 3.2 will replace the weather side channel they have there now not clear if they will move that to 3.5
Laff will replace the 3.3 which is currently a 480i repeat of WFSB
About to move my indoor setup (DB4E + C2V dipole in second floor closet, old school CM 7778, old Digiwave 4 bay in attic cut in with Jointenna for ION only) outside and up high (5 feet above the roof, 34 feet AGL), will post a comparison with outdoor vs. indoor reception. My goal is to greatly improve reliability of 59.1, pickup 57.X MA PBS reliably from the DB4E backside, get WZME RC 42 (can only occasionally get PSIP info inside or hanging below gutter) and possibly pull in RC 23 WFTY out of Smithtown (GetTV, and Escape on sideband channels) along with all the other HD and sideband channels I now get (+/- 30 when there isn't 2 feet of snow on the roof)
All of this in preparation for telling Frontier/Uverse/Cox thanks but no thanks anymore.
Last edited by OTAzak; Yesterday at 10:44 AM.