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Old 10-29-2019, 12:55 PM   #1
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Tv reception

Greetings all! Last year our 24ft Wildwood Lite was damaged in the Hurricane. We replaced the antenna with the current upgraded King version, complete with LED readout inside the coach. Unfortunately we have had VERY little luck with receiving channels no matter where we camp. Typically we will get 4-6 channels and even these pixelate often. Just wondered if anyone else has a similar problem and, most importantly, a solution!!! Thanks so much!
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Old 10-30-2019, 11:41 AM   #2
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Tv reception

Hello, I recently had an issue with TV reception that turned out to be the Wingaurd wall amplifier. Rather than spend $$$ for a new amplifier to get only 15 miles range I went with this antenna and amp. It is low profile and omni-directional so no "aiming" needed. And has surpassed the advertised 65mile range on occasions.
Couldn't be happier. With that said there are limitations with all OTA antennas, such as trees buildings and mountains that can block signals. I also use an app to see what towers are with in range of my antenna at my current location.

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