Yes, I am not at liberty to discuss, but WSFX will be adding a new channel. It should happen soon. It will not happen until after the Superbowl which is on Fox this year.
Hello all,Any chance WTMV changed the channel they were broadcasting on? The main channels in the Wilmington area are changing Tuesday at 1 am.
I'm too far from WTMV to have ever gotten a signal from them, but I wish i could get it.
My experience with an indoor antenna is that moving it even an inch can cause a big difference. In one spot it picks up WILM but not WILT, an inch or two to the right it picks up WILT but not WILM. The only thing I found that worked was to set up a TV set that had signal-level displays where I could see it while moving the antenna around. I'd set the TV for one difficult channel, and see which spots worked for that channel. Then I'd switch to another difficult channel, and see which spots worked for that one. When I found a couple of spots that worked for both, I checked the signal levels on the big stations to pick one.I have the Mohu Leaf taped in the back window on the outter wall of the living room. I am not getting more than 50-62 signa strength with peaking at 72. But it gets a lot of drops. So it hovers between 52-55 usually.
The Mohu Leaf is omnidirectional. The antenna doesn't care which way the signal comes in. However, as noted above, antenna location makes a huge difference.I dont get PBS at all i realize its a different direction completely
If the mounting pole is usable, sure. I imagine that most any outdoor antenna will go right on there. I had Dish TV install my outdoor antenna, and they use the Televes Dinova (aka Diginova) BOSS amplified antenna. They installed the same support pole they'd use for the dish, but put the Televes on there instead.I will not be using my directv dish much longer. Any decent options for attaching an antenna on the dish or the mast with a ubolt or something maybe.
My experience with an indoor antenna is that moving it even an inch can cause a big difference.
I just had an outdoor antenna put in, and even with it pointed straight at the Delco tower (WUNJ showing a 93-98 level!), I don't get a detectable signal. Experimentation is absolutely necessary.
The Mohu Leaf is omnidirectional. The antenna doesn't care which way the signal comes in. However, as noted above, antenna location makes a huge difference.
For indoor or outdoor antennas, I have found the Antop 800SBS model to be a strong, reliable performer. It has an indoor stand, LTE filter, and built in preamp with adjustable gain and dual outputs. And detachable VHF dipoles. Also the various Clearstream antennas from Antennas Direct are strong performers in a compact size, and can be used indoors or outside, and you can add a preamp to increase performance. The Clearstream 4MAX is bidirectional, while the Clearstream 4V has a reflector screen. And there is a new version of the 2MAX sold at Walmart, but you have to order the indoor stand separately. But these are my general observations not specific to your location. In some cases a stronger High VHF antenna may be needed.
My signal levels at 68 miles away seem to be about the same as before, but I do agree... WECT is now a little bit stronger than WWAY for me as well.Yes, and they come in a little stronger too, mainly WECT. It is nearly maxed out on two TV's and is maxed out on an Insignia.