Originally Posted by marty1
Right on! I love a project. Was hoping they would get the power boost soon. Does that mean they will fo back to UHF or are they staying on VHF 5?
They're going to stay on VHF 5.
Originally Posted by wizwor
At WCSH. I was surprised too. Reception is worse than WCSH from the front. I haven't really worked on pointing the antenna. Just glad I got something watchable. Probably going to swap out the Tablo TV DVR for a HDHomeRun so I can get some good measurements. High confidence just the same.
Where are you?
I'm on the East side of Derry, about 2/3 of the way up Warner hill, on the SE side of the hill. WCSH is 72.6 miles NE, and I can't see the horizon in that direction because the side of the hill is in the way. I got a signal but the frequent dropouts made it unwatchable. Same with WMEA. If I had success with the Portland stations, I was probably going to install a rotator. Note I did not try the 4228 at the top of the mast because I needed all the height I could get with the CS5 to receive WMUR from over the top of the hill.
HT: Dynaudio C2, Contour S CX, 2x BM14S, Aperion surrounds, Simaudio Titan, Marantz AV8801, Oppo 103, Linn Majik DS, and a Pioneer Kuro
Stereo: Dynaudio Focus 160, Simaudio W-5 LE or Luxman M-600A, Linn Akurate DSM, 2x Rythmik F12G
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