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I have some questions for the experts if you would be so kind. I live about one south of Lake Erie {in Erie,PA. 16511], and was considering investing in an antenna to possibly receive some of the Canadian {after the transition} and Buffalo stations. I have experimented with the youtube antenna and depending on the day can get 11.1 chch, 5.1 cblt, 23.1 wlno, and 29.1 wutv. I was wondering if there is an antenna that would give me these stations on a more regular basis or are they out of my reach. Thanks in advance.
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I have some questions for the experts if you would be so kind. I live about one south of Lake Erie {in Erie,PA. 16511], and was considering investing in an antenna to possibly receive some of the Canadian {after the transition} and Buffalo stations. I have experimented with the youtube antenna and depending on the day can get 11.1 chch, 5.1 cblt, 23.1 wlno, and 29.1 wutv. I was wondering if there is an antenna that would give me these stations on a more regular basis or are they out of my reach. Thanks in advance.
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Those Canadians are within reach, but you'll need a big antenna to get them all. Many are VHF-high and one is VHF-low.

The CM 3671 or Winegard 8200 should get all including 6.

If you can live without 6, a Winegard 7697/7698 or Antennacraft HBU 44/55 should handle the rest.

You may need a preamp if the cable is longer than 20 feet.
 
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