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Reply To: NBC Signal Strength – Tampa – St. Petersburg – Fort Myers Florida

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Hello Johan

Nice to see you! Thank you for the reply. I suspected a ‘multi-directional’ antenna (outdoor fer sure). I was also informed by a sales Rep for antennasdirect.com who recommended the ‘ClearStream One Max’. I wasn’t convinced thus I have your valuable info. I like the Channel Master Extreme except I’d have to pick up a short mast and mounting hardware (sold separately). The bracket is already mounted from a previous antenna. If you have a link for HDWR I’d appreciate that (thank you) 🙂

The Direct 8 Bowtie seems a better value (including HDWR) but only has a 70 mile range compared to Channel Master’s 80 Mile Range.

Thanks Again! Mike 🙂

  • This reply was modified 1 month, 2 weeks ago by Historian.

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Improve Signal Interference With The Channel Master LTE Filter

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