Hey locals. I currently live in an apartment and am moving to a house in Julington Creek at the end of May. The guy is leaving his DirectTV antenna on his roof, but said I could use the cable or antenna if I needed to.
My current antennas are made for indoors, and although I could probably get decent reception with them on the roof, I want to maximize my results.
I really don't know how all that works, going through the roof and split off into the bedrooms/living room. Should I be looking for a certain detail when antenna shopping, so that it can handle pulling signal and pushing 3 or maybe 4 different channels to TV's spread around the house at a given time?
According to my exact address, with the right outdoor antenna I would be able to get channels from Orlando, which would be pretty cool. Most of my local channels would be to the North, though some channels are West and South. That means I would need an Omnidirectional antenna, right?http://www.tvfool.com/?option=com_wr...7fcf4a97f6548a