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I have a Sony XDR-F1HD and want to upgrade the dipole antenna that it came with to a better one.


The unit is used indoors, in an exterior room that faces east. I want an indoor antenna. Can you suggest any?
 

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When I purchased my XDR-F1HD set for use at work, I quickly researched a simple, modest, "no frills" indoor antenna from Radio Shack that will bring in HD signals without preamplification, plus allow you to securely orientate the dipoles without taping up flimsy wires. I'll post the link with pre apologies to the Admins if I shouldn't...


http://www.radioshack.com/product/in...ductId=2103077
 

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I've tried every amp-ed and non-amp-ed Antenna for HD Radio reception.


The cheapest Radio Shack rabbit ears will work the best.


Until the FCC ups the allowed wattage on the Radio Station side everyone in America is having the same trouble.


Just know if the FCC is involved they will do it very slow, not do it, or do it in a screwed up way. That's way America is now so far behind other countries. We used to lead...... Now we follow.
 

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Originally Posted by filcro1 /forum/post/15528976


I've tried every amp-ed and non-amp-ed Antenna for HD Radio reception.


The cheapest Radio Shack rabbit ears will work the best.


Until the FCC ups the allowed wattage on the Radio Station side everyone in America is having the same trouble.


Just know if the FCC is involved they will do it very slow, not do it, or do it in a screwed up way. That's way America is now so far behind other countries. We used to lead...... Now we follow.

Do you use RG-6 to connect the antenna to the reciever/radio for this?

Also do you think I could mount the radio shack loop antenna outdoors?
 
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