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Thread: HD antenna
08-26-2007 03:32 PM #1
What is the best indoor HDTV antenna for over the air reception of local HD stations?
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08-26-2007 07:34 PM #2
It depends on where you are located, usually if your channels are in the UHF band then you could use a Silver Sensor, but if you are too far away from the transmitters then you will need to use an outdoor antenna.
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09-05-2007 03:07 PM #3Member of the Year
Any good brand indoor antenna will do you. The Silver Sensor gets good reviews. Also if you have an old indoor antenna at home try that first. There really is no such thing as a "hd" antenna, just a new marketing tool.
09-05-2007 06:20 PM #4
Silvor Sensor is good, but not amplified. Radio Shack sells an amplified loop UHF/VHF antenna for $30 that I've found also works well.
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09-05-2007 10:40 PM #6
I'm 30 miles southwest of Chicago, from where the SD and HD signals are beamed. My balcony faces southwest and is right off my living room where my antenna is located. It's an indoor amplified one and gets some, but not all, my local OTA channels. If putting an antenna outside would help, I'd do it, but doing so means having it 5 feet farther away, on the other side of the balcony doors.