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Old 07-09-2015, 08:18 PM   #11
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Mine is the omnidirectional. I have been told by a few people to get a King Jack. I think I got the name right. Anyone know how good they work and if it would be a easy install?

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Old 07-10-2015, 11:16 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by hillsdaletc View Post
If you have an omnidirectional antenna it is seeking signals in a 360 degree pattern. Meaning it is pulling in weak signals from many directions plus the mediocre stronger signal. Similar to being a little off channel on your radio. had those antennas on all our trailers that were built by one of our mfrs. NON of them had any reception that we our our customers could live with. The mfr. had a service rep. From the antenna supplier come to our dealership. They said the antennas were working. ( no picture ). We wired in a directional antenna and held it up and had plenty of channels. Trailer Mfr. would not replace antennas. It cost our dealership plenty to provide our customers with good antennas.
I feel FR should make it good. I'm not looking to catch 10+ channels. I would be good with 1. Weather, news, and something to watch before bed. We spend our days outdoors.

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