I purchased a Channel Master A/D converter for my bedroom Samsung 17" LCD. Nice converter with S-Video and ability to update channels. I receive signals from North (Scranton), West (Harrisburg), South (Philly), and East (New York). There is also a Channel Master Rotator with remote.
As of yesterday, when I rescanned, I am able to receive OTA Digital channels:
2,3,4,5,6,7,8,10,12,15,16,17,21,22,23,25,28,29,33,35,39,43,4 4,48,50,51,52,56,57,60,61,65,68,69. These are the old designations.
One problem was scanning in 25-1 in Reading and 25-2 in NYC. I wasn't able to get 25-1 in both Reading and NYC. No 9, 11, or 13 from NYC, due to the local and Scranton stations on the same frequency. Lancaster 8 blocks New Brunswick 8. NYC 5 carries WWOR on subchannel 5-2.
My EyeTV 500 was able to selectively pick up just about everything. I had a small problem with adding PHL 35 before adding PHL 10. Switching the process got all three PHL 10 channels and al three PHL 35 channels. The EyeTV 500 isn't quite as sensitive as the CM D/A converter.
Some of the signal strengths on the NYC channels are low and subject to digital blocking. I may need to add an LNA to boost before distributing.
I use a VHF Blonder-Tongue antenna and a pair of Finco (old) UHF yagis cut to 14-51 MHz with Finco 20 db preamps on both VHF and UHF.