In Calaveras's tests of various Preamps and DistAmps, Antennas-Direct Clearstream JUICE had best resistance to OVERLOAD:
Also note that it includes an LTE Filter to suppress Strong Signals from NEARBY Towers.....if that is a issue for you....but NO FM Filter.
BTW: TV Signals are strong enough to cause problems with easy to overload [Original] CM7777.....hmmm, I don't think anyone has tested the NEW CM7777:
You ALSO have some EXTREMELY Strong FM Signals, whose 2nd Harmonics fall on top of Hi-VHF Band....and 4th Harmonics fall on top of part of UHF Band....and then there are the Intermods....so you should install an inexpensive FM FULL BAND FILTER (e.g also from A-D) on Preamp's Input to suppress that source of NOISE. Note that this will prevent reception of ANALOG Ch6:
I couldn't locate any GAIN Specs for long discontinued CM-1160 Series Antennas, but from picture on pg 6 in old C-M Catalog, it looks like a fairly healthy VHF Antenna....but FOR SURE will have MUCH less Gain than discontinued CM3671 or readily available W-G HD-8200 [now ON SALE at Solid Signal]:
[Discontinued CM-3671 Specs]
Clearly HD8200U would be "Best" Choice for a COMBO VHF/UHF Antenna.
However, what you probably need is a DUAL SPACE DIVERSITY UHF Antenna System, such as TWO Stacked CM4228HD's [or even better TWO DIY FF6's] for UHF....and HD8200 (or whatever) for VHF with a VHF/UHF Combiner [available from Antenna's Direct with DC PASS on UHF Port...unlike UVSJ devices]. In ADDITION to the (up to 2.5 dB) Combiner Gain, a Space Diversity System can typically provide ANOTHER 10 dB of Diversity Gain (under certain propagation conditions), such as when signals temporarily fade out on one Antenna, but remain usable on the other....and vice versa:
[HHH for TWO CM4228HD's is near the top of my TO DO List]
[HVH for TWO CM4228HD's is near the top of my TO DO List]