Originally Posted by tylerSC
The HD-9095 and the FM-6055 are still listed on the Winegard website. I would hope they would still offer a long range UHF antenna like the 9095, unless they are preparing a replacement version. Unless they are conceding to the 91XG. And they may still have the 9032.
The 9032 & 9095 are similar, but the 9095 has 4 extra elements. I thought I would be happy with the 9032, but it's way too directional, that I could not pick up many LPTV stations with it from Chicago, while my original Philips VHF/UHF/FM combo antenna from 2002 picked up those LPTV stations, but with a pre-amp, & my current UHF antenna, Antennas Direct DB8, also picked up a lot of the LPTV stations that the 9032 would not. Living in Gary, IN, & get nearly all my stations from Chicago, the Winegard HD9032 picked up all full power stations from Chicago, but it did not seem to work as well with RF 43 & RF 44, as I got a lot of pixilation on RF 43, while RF 44 would drop out without warning quite a bit. Since switching to the DB8, the same 2 full power stations on RF 43 & RF 44 give me problems, but not as much. The LPTV station that mattered the most from Chicago is WWME-LD on RF 39, because I must get that station in order to watch Bounce on VC 23.2, or I don't get Bounce at all. With the 9032, I barely got it, due to the antenna being too directional, & required the antenna to be aimed just right.