I posted this elsewhere, and I'm sure crossposting is strongly discouraged, but figured you local guys wouldn't mind.
My TV Fool reception map:http://www.tvfool.com/?option=com_wr...0b86c2a9b8e694
I purchased an RCA ANT1450BM, and it does a rather decent job overall, getting about 80-90 signal strength on most channels. The problem channel overall is the ABC affiliate operating on VHF I believe. What's funny is I think the NBC one is too but it has great reception.
In an effort to alleviate this, I bought an RCA ANT751R based on the reviews.
So far, it seems decent enough but really no better than the ANT1450BM, and at times worse. However, ABC does tend to come in better now.
The problem stems now from other channels pointed away from that primary tower SE of me.
SO, the real question:
Can I physically take the ANT1450BM apart and add it's omnidirectional antenna to the ANT751R somehow and have it create one "super antenna"? I know I can mess with splitters, jointennas, etc. My question is more of whether two antennas can be physically joined into one.
P.S. If someone has another antenna suggestion that will work instead of messing with all this, based on the pics and info, I'm all ears and would be happy to take back the others.