Originally Posted by electrictroy
The 91xg has higher gain than the 4228. 70 miles versus 60.
(91xg won't get VHF. But you should have a separate VHF-hi antenna anyway. Like the Focke or Winegard.)
According to hdtvprimer.com
, that's only true above channel 46 or so. Below that the 4228 outperforms the 91xg.
Nevertheless, 8-bays like the 4228 are heavy and not particularly streamlined
The 91xg is a solid performer and a better choice if you have to deal with high winds.
I'm under 30 miles from the transmitters, so for my case, a 4228 in the attic, protected from the elements, is just fine.