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  1. Osato

    Cut the Cord and couldn't be happier

    I had trouble with my splitter as the signal will / degrade. So I’m running a direct line to my tv by bypassing the splitter. You can test the signal on your tv to see if you need something to amplify signal. This was my debate on earlier posts.
  2. Osato

    Cut the Cord and couldn't be happier

    I had a good experience with this retailer about antennas. http://www.dennysantennaservice.com/hd_stacker_tv_antenna-html.html I even connected over the phone and email with him. Mine stacker antenna is indoors above my garage and I’m getting great signal. I’m using the cabling that was put...
  3. Osato

    Cut the Cord and couldn't be happier

    Update... Splitter removed and problems resolved. Signals are at 70-92% depending on the channel. Very pleased! Thanks again!! PBS in Atlanta comes in great!! Good to go with Fox as well for Saturday baseball!!
  4. Osato

    Cut the Cord and couldn't be happier

    I appreciate the knowledge and information that is being shared here. I’m going to try running the connection direct and bypassing the splitter as I really don’t need it at this point. Eventually I would like to get connections throughout the house so I’ll have to figure out what I need. I’m...
  5. Osato

    Cut the Cord and couldn't be happier

    I’m feeling a bit silly. It never occurred to me to just bypass the splitter. I currently and will most likely only have 1 tv hooked up to the antenna. That could solve it for now. In the future if I want the line split I could then order the distribution amp. Is the insertion amp used to...
  6. Osato

    Cut the Cord and couldn't be happier

    Question. I have a 2 story home and my antenna is in a second floor space avarice my garage. My signal is good at the antenna. The coax goes down to the first floor into a splitter. The feed at the splitter is still ok but when it goes to the out by my tv on the first floor the signal is barely...
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