I would love to have one of these: http://www.amazon.com/Terk-Amplified-Outdoor-Antenna-Satellite/dp/B0000APCIV/ref=sr_1_14/104-9737333-3465516?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1187682572&sr=8-14
It looks like it would do perfectly, but I am definitely not getting on the roof. Would it be expensive for someone to install it?
Would something like this:
placed indoor near a window or even mounted on the side of the house do the trick just as good or how much worse?
I have an HDTV already and LOVE Dish Network's HD package. I view on a 720p plasma over HDMI from the ViP 622 box. The quality is great. I am thinking of adding an HDTV to my house. It would receive our Dish Network 2nd tuner feed of down converted HDTV over RF, but I want to add to the mix, an HDTV antennae, for viewing local channels on this TV and possibly others in HD/SD.
-Will an indoor HDTV antennae placed near a window produce HDTV comparable to Dish Network HD channels? better/worse? in what way?
-What is required to install an outdoor HDTV antennae and is it necessary for good quality local channels?
-Can an HDTV antennae support multiple TVs simultaneously (assuming all tvs have tuners)
-Will an HDTV antennae also work with SDTVs? (HDTVs and SDTVs simultaneously, connected with a splitter)
-Will an amplifier need to be implemented and how?
Thanks for the help.