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« Reply #15 on: February 21, 2011, 01:35:39 PM »

Wow, that 2nd pic the one of the Plateau is just beautiful!
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« Reply #16 on: July 31, 2011, 12:25:08 AM »

Here are the stations I get when everything is working right.

4.1  WTTV-DT CW
4.2  WTTV-DT2 THIS-TV
6.1  WRTV-DT ABC
6.2  WRTV-DT2 Local News
8.1  WISH-DT CBS
8.2  WISH-DT2 Local Weather
8.3  WISH-DT3 Doppler Radar
13.1  WTHR-DT NBC
13.2  WTHR-DT2 Skytrack Weather
13.3  WTHR-DT3 Universal Sports
20.1  WFYI-DT PBS
20.2  WFYI-DT2 V-Me
20.3  WFYI-DT3 Create
29.1  WTTK-DT CW
29.2  WTTK-DT2 THIS-TV
42.1  WCLJ-DT TBN
42.2  WCLJ-DT2 Church Channel
42.3  WCLJ-DT3 JCTV
42.4  WCLJ-DT4 Enlace
42.5  WCLJ-DT5 Smile of a Child
63.1  WIPX-DT ION
63.2  WIPX-DT2 qubo
63.3  WIPX-DT3 ION Life

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« Reply #17 on: July 31, 2011, 12:40:04 AM »

Looks like Chayim is still the king of OTA with all his channels.

El_Viejo  your list looks a lot like mine, but you do not have FOX?


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FOX is a must have for NFL.

Lucky for me 1080i HD OTA signal here.   smiley



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« Reply #18 on: July 31, 2011, 06:20:40 AM »

If you get all those Indianapolis stations, you should be able to get FOX on 59.1 as well as AntennaTV on 59.2.
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« Reply #19 on: July 31, 2011, 08:27:45 PM »

I have trouble getting 59.1, (Fox) I think primarily because of trees, not all of which are mine.   Chayim, I know most of them are up there is TV alley on Township Rd., I just have trouble with 59.  If this weather would cool down some, I might be able to get in the attic and change out my 4 way splitter for a 2 way and gain some signal there.  I am at one end of a 60' house and the antenna is at the other end.  I use an amplifier to try and compensate for the splitter, but when I do get it, it is marginal.  El_Viejo
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« Reply #20 on: September 26, 2011, 01:48:48 PM »

Updated my list to 36 Channels we just got Bounce today 9/26/2011 on KSMO DT 62.2 SD 480-I

Thanks Tracie for letting me know about Bounce Tv on satellite in July and today on

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« Reply #21 on: September 26, 2011, 02:13:50 PM »

Updated my list to 36 Channels we just got Bounce today 9/26/2011 on KSMO DT 62.2 SD 480-I

Thanks Tracie for letting me know about Bounce Tv on satellite in July and today on

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« Reply #22 on: September 26, 2011, 09:12:28 PM »

Updated my list to 37 Channels we just got the "Live Well Network" today 9/26/2011

on KMCI DT 38.2 IND Live Well Network 480-I.  TVgood113

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« Reply #23 on: September 28, 2011, 07:09:02 AM »

I average about 22 channels, I use a Radio Shack antenna simular to the Channel Master 2000A but I have it in the attic so the signal is diminished some.
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« Reply #24 on: September 28, 2011, 08:24:59 PM »

Right now we have none. With amplified rabbit ears we can get one analog channel, yes we still have one, and we used to get two others, but for now we don't have any. Maybe with the Christmas sales this year we'll probably get a new TV, and the winter project will be a gray-hoverman antenna.
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« Reply #25 on: November 24, 2011, 02:50:21 AM »

I receive just over 70 Channels (including Subs) which is not to unusual in a large Metropolitan Area.  More than half of those are Foreign Language, but, I really don't watch over about nine or ten anyway.  HA, and yes, we still have one lonely Analog hanging on as well.  Too few people who would attempt to go OTA, actually take the time to do a reasonable evaluation on what they can get.  Many times, just relying on some advice they get from a R-Shack guy for a usually inadequate Indoor Antenna, or just the opposite, going overboard on the Equipment (to get everything).  Few actually know how valuable it is to ask for advice from a knowledgeable source, and waste a lot of money and time on inferior reception.
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« Reply #26 on: November 25, 2011, 11:23:13 AM »

Well  i am from Santiago Chile and already is in deployment the DTV in here but those are the channels that i can get from  Digital airwaves.

13.1 UC Canal 13 HD  (1080i)
13.2 Canal 13 Cable (480i)
13.31 Canal 13 Movil (the signal for cell phones of DTV)

11.1 Chilevision HD 1080I
11.2 Chilevision Digital 1080i
11.26 Chilevision Digital (the signal for Cell phones DTV)

9.1  Mega HD 1080i
9.26 Mega Movil (the signal for Cell phones DTV)

7.1 TVN HD (Television Nacional de Chile HD) 1080i
7.2 TVN SD  480i
7.26 TVN movil  (the signal for Cell phones DTV)

4.1 La red Digital 480i
4.26 La red Movil (the signal for Cell phones DTV)

26.1 El Mostrador TV 480i
26.2 El mostrador tv SD 480i
26.31 El mostrador Movil (the signal for Cell phones DTV) currently off of air the channel 26
just wish  that come soon to Santiago the  channel 5 analogic ( ucv tv  that is the tv channel of Valparaiso region which is broadcasting in HD in there but here    have the authorization and the spectrum    reserved in the channel 29 UHF

well we use here ISDB-T  brazilean version just   works in  MPEG 4 H 264


by the way  the channels of cell phone ones i have just  have switched off in my converter box so  just pick up the channels for  fixed reception
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« Reply #27 on: December 02, 2011, 04:33:03 PM »

I get about 40 channels, mostly religious, sigh (bible belt).  I'd love to put a big monster antenna outside but the HOA people would go nuts.
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« Reply #28 on: December 03, 2011, 02:41:05 AM »

John,
Most HOA's don't like traditional Terrestrial Antennas mounted on your house, but, don't seem to mind a Sat Dish.  FYI, there are several "sneaky" type Antennas, which look a lot like Dish's, which you might get by with just fine.
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Please understand that the above antennas may not receive all the channels which you may have available at your location, you'd need to go to...
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fill out the information including the installed height of your antenna, which also can be mounted in the Attic, and determine if the antennas above may work for you.
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« Reply #29 on: December 04, 2011, 08:35:17 PM »

I too have none. If I did have a digital tuner and a roof mounted antenna I would probably get 4 or 5 channels.
Actually I think right now I would still be able to get one analog channel, but since I don't have the roof top antenna, there really isn't any point. I did get two or three with amplified rabbit ears back before the switch to digital, but until I get a new TV it's satellite and internet for me.
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