Hi local experts,
I'm in the NorthEast 'burbs (Suwanee to be exact, http://www.tvfool.com/?option=com_wrapper&Itemid=29&q=id%3d1dda5fb3778f56
) and am in the process of cutting the TV cable.
At the moment I'm experimenting with a Mohu Leaf Plus (don't laugh). The first attempt saw it stuck halfway up the lounge wall, which gave decent signal all round (although WPBA and WGTV were a bit troubled at times), but this did not meet with the approval of the lady of the house. So currently it's sitting up in the attic aimed at around 220 degrees. It gives decent signal on all channels *except* for WPXA and WATL. WPXA I kind of get because of the difference in heading, but WATL has me a bit stumped.
Anyway, since I'm looking at using the attic there is no reason to have the Leaf up there, so I'm intending to get something more appropriate. And this is where I'm at a bit of a loss as to what to get, because there seem to be so many options. The latest one I'm looking at (right now) is the ClearStream 4, but I've also clicked through to the DB4e, which also gets good reviews. If I can I would like to avoid having to have separate VHF and UHF antennas, just because it's a pain.
I should also add that I have a fair number of trees around my lot, so I'd expect some signal loss as springtime approaches.
Are they any other recommendations for attic antennas?