I was talking with a rep from antenna direct yesterday and he suggested the following equipment:
He's suggested this over the one you did because he said the range was better with the distance and signal strength I am try to receive. I don't know much about them. There is only a 5 mile difference for another $50. I would pay if I knew it would be worth it but I just don't know. There are a little difference in the specs but I don't understand some of that.
The stations I am looking for are the major networks.
Cleveland: WEWS-TV, WKYC-DT, WJW-DT, WIOI, WBNX-DT
Columbus: WBNS-DT, WCMH-DT, WTTE-DT, WSYX, WWHO-DT (too far)
I really don't need all of them. I am closer to Columbus but they don't always show the Browns games. They show more Bengals. I just thought it would be nice to get both directions. Most antennas say UHF Channels 14-51. What about the UHF channels like WCMH-DT on channel 4.1? Do I need a different antenna to get this in? The channels all end in either tv, dt, or cd.what does this all stand for?
Would I be better just getting a good single direction antenna and pick a city to stay with.
I really don't need WMFD. Will it cause problems with the other stations? Will I be able to pick up the stations with single digit or negative dB?
Thanks for your responses