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Terrestial Broadcast & Reception > Antennas > Replies - Add Reply     Sort by oldest posting on top
cdtv_admin@cdtv.ca 01/10/2021
5:37 PM
We have had good success with the Wade Antenna Super Delhi Too (which includes a VHF/UHF prepamp) and with the Winegard PR-7015 with a low noise 16 db UHF-only preamp AP-4700, which passes through the VHF channels. In Oakville, you may find that the local VHF stations overload the VHF/UHF amplifier needed for distant stations and some trapping will be required. As the receivable DTV stations are all on UHF, you may find the UHF-only combination is sufficient.

ben@tvantenna.com
01/21/2004
1:55 PM
I agreee that the VHF stations would probably overload a VHF preamp. The Winegard AP-4700 would be an ideal choice, along with a Channel Master 9521A programmable antenna rotator. The Winegard HD-7082P VHF/UHF TV antenna is constructed much better than the TACO/Delhi and would allow you to receive the Toronto, Hamilton, and at least one of the three digital stations on-the-air in Buffalo with a good digital tuner (such as the Samsung SIR-T351). Most of the analog Buffalo channels should also come in.

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