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Indoor Antennas?

by austdo / October 17, 2006 3:17 AM PDT

Kind of an odd question... but I figured someone from the BOL group might have some good opinions.

Does anyone know of a good Indoor Antenna? I see that RCA has many, but I'm unsure as to what's good, what to look for, etc.

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Try this link. you need to see what is around you.
by acoxon1274 / October 17, 2006 5:23 AM PDT
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more info? what's the antena for?
by punterjoe / October 17, 2006 7:52 PM PDT
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Is this for TV? Digital TV? FM? Digital (HD) radio?
Since you mentioned RCA, I'm guessing it's not wifi.
The CES' antennaweb link is a great choice for info on TV reception, you could probably use it's info to guesstimate FM reception info too.
I used it when I bought an ATSC set top box & it helped me double the # of signals I could recieve. Although, truth be told, I switched from amplified "rabbit ears" to a huge antenna designed for roof mast mounting, which I hid on top of the dropped ceiling in my apt. A kludge, but a successful one. Happy

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