What type of antenna do you have? Also, use an app like "DTV Antennas" to help find the direction, in which you need to point the antenna.
Go outside and look at the direction the antenna actually points, relative to the inside "arrow." Most do not point in the direction of that arrow. Once I found out the direction it actually faces, I placed a mark on the inside ring, so I could point that mark in the direction needed to hit the towers.
Omni-directional only works for a clear path and short distances (20-30 miles). For anything else, you pretty much need a directional antenna.
Adding another amplifier can help a little, but you still need to point your antenna in the direction which gives the best reception. The amplifier needs something to amplify.
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