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I live in a deed restricted community. It is my understanding that I can basically do whatever I want with regards to a tv antenna but I'd like to avoid disdain from the neighbors.

My preference would be an attic or indoor antenna. I'm not quite sure if I need VHF in addition to UHF. I'm thinking I don't need a preamp. I would also be open to suggestions of some good coax cable, if it matters.

I appreciate any help you guys can offer.
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The deed restrictions probably violate federal law....

If you want WESH, pick a small UHF/high-VHF combo for the Orlando locals. The Antennas Direct ClearStream 2V is really compact and unobtrusive. Otherwise,an RCA ANT-751 or an AntennaCraft HBU-22 or Winegard 7694 would all be suggested.

Point whatever you get to the south for the Orlando major stations.
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The deed restrictions probably violate federal law....
If you want WESH, pick a small UHF/high-VHF combo for the Orlando locals. The Antennas Direct ClearStream 2V is really compact and unobtrusive. Otherwise,an RCA ANT-751 or an AntennaCraft HBU-22 or Winegard 7694 would all be suggested.
Point whatever you get to the south for the Orlando major stations.

This is helpful, thank you. Should I bother with a preamp?
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You don't need nor should you use an amplifier.
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