I live about 20 miles from 8 stations I now receive fairly well,although,since I have many tall trees,the reception varies in windy and stormy weather.What are your recommendations for the best dtv converter for receiving and holding stations in this type of fringe area? I don't care about program guides and other features,with the exception of a good signal strength system,which I would like to have.I am also interested in long term reliability,as the forum's top rated Zenith DTT901 seems to have many reliability problems,if you look at the reviews from sites that sell it.My main TV uses an attic antenna,and my kitchen TV uses rabbit ears. Thanks for any help you can give me. 5/26/2009 I purchased a Zinwell ZAT-950A and a Channel Master CM-7000.The Zinwell is much more cheaply made than the Channel Master,and drops out much more than the Channel master.I installed a ANTENNAS DIRECT DB4 digital antenna with a WINEGARD AP-8700 pre-amplifier in my attic.Both of the converters have some dropouts when the wind blows the trees that surround my house,but the Channel Master is MUCH better.
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1/3/09 at 9:48am