H10 vs. H20 for OTA

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I broke down and picked up a brand, spankin' new H20 at Circuit City last night. Heck, with the 10% off coupon D* sent me and the rebate, I'll be $20 in my favor in the end. Not a bad deal. Now, when the ground thaws, I'll be in good shape to add the AT9/5LNB dish, but for now the Triple LNB will suffice.

I must say the H20 is a great OTA tuner. I am picking up stations I didn't even know existed until now. With the H10, it was complete hit or miss. So, if you have an H10 and the antenna thing is driving you nuts (I've been through 3 antennas), I bet the H20 will help solve your problems, especially if you are within a decent range of your local towers.

And side note...as others have reported, the H20 gives much lower signal readings from the satellites. Most of the transponder readings are in the 70s as opposed to the 90s with the H10.
 
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I was also amazed at the amount of OTA stations i received. Put my VOOM box to
shame. Any body need one.
 
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Same thing for me. I am not even considering upgrading to the AT9 dish since my locals come in so well now.

The H10 had pixellation at times. The H20 locks them in and they stay.
 
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