Antenna Recomendations

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  1. drobbins

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    I have been looking for a good antenna for my new house. I need a long distance UHF, VHF, FM, HDTV antenna. Does anyone have any recommendations / experiences?

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    I went with Winegard. Channelmaster is also highly recommended. Phil is right. Antennaweb.org will tell you what strength antenna you need.
     
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    Thanks for the replies. I have been to antennaweb but they do not recommend a specific antenna. I need one for the RED zone. Upon searching the web, I havent come across one yet, & if I do, I don't know if it is a good one or not. [​IMG] Not much activity with antennas these days, I guess with cable and all. OTA is the only way I can get a HD signal, and the only way I can get TV during heavy storms (tracking). It will also double the number of FM stations I can listen to.

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