My Wineuard works fine just sitting up in my attic. I have to just point it inthe general direction of the transmitters.
|Originally posted by Sc0rp10n|
are there any special grounding requirements when mounting an antenna in the attic? or can you just mount the antenna and run your line to the preamp?
|Originally posted by Southern Soul|
Grounding was probably the primary reason I didn't mount outside. I have a CM 3019 in the attic with a channel Master distribution amplifier (no preamp). I get all signals available and live about 27 miles from the transmitters with about a 35 degree spread.
You can always try it.
|Originally posted by sbender|
I use a Radio Shack outdoor UHF antenna and preamp in my attic. I live 20 miles from Baltimore and 30 miles from DC. I get flawless reception. I'd definitely recommend at least trying an attic install first. It obviously makes running cables much easier.