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Best TV Antenna for:
Battle Ground, WA 98604

Name: Jane
1. Address: _________________________________ Battle Ground Washington 98604
2. Email: ____________________
3. Approximately how many feet above ground level will the antenna be installed?: Not sure
4. Will the antenna be installed outside above the roof line or in the attic, other: Not sure
5. If the antenna will be installed in the attic what kind of building materials will the TV signal have to penetrate to reach the antenna in the attic?: I have a metal roof on plywood.
6. How many TV locations within your home will the antenna supply? In other words, will a signal splitter be in use and if so how many times will the splitter divide the TV signal?: two
7. Approximately how long will the coax cable run be from the antenna to the TV. If a signal splitter is in use how long will the cable run be from the antenna to the furthest TV: not sure
8. Include any additional information you feel may be helpful when evaluating your reception conditions.: We have Douglas Fir Trees to the south east, some are ours and others are neighbors.

Hello Jane

There are both VHF and UHF TV signals available. The TV transmitters are located 22 miles to your South. The antenna best suited to the reception condition and will receive both VHF and UHF signals equally well is the EZ HD antenna. Install the antenna aiming South. Because you have a metal roof I do not recommend the antenna be installed in the attic. Installed outdoors is best at least 15 feet above ground. When supplying multiple TVs I recommend a preamplifier. A preamplifier will boost the antenna signal and insure a strong signal reaches both TVs. A very good choice is the AP 8700 preamplifier.

If I can assist you further please don't hesitate to contact me.

Best Regards,
Denny Duplessis

Best TV Antenna for:
Bellevue, WA 98008

Name: Jon
1. Address: ________________________________ Bellevue Washington 98008
2. Email: _______________________
3. Approximately how many feet above ground level will the antenna be installed?: 22 feet
4. Will the antenna be installed outside above the roof line or in the attic, other: outside above the roof line
6. How many TV locations within your home will the antenna supply? In other words, will a signal splitter be in use and if so how many times will the splitter divide the TV signal?: two (2) tuners (one tv and one computer tuner card)
7. Approximately how long will the coax cable run be from the antenna to the TV. If a signal splitter is in use how long will the cable run be from the antenna to the furthest TV: 70 feet
8. Include any additional information you feel may be helpful when evaluating your reception conditions.: We currently have an old tv antenna (analog era?) in the attic and we are experiencing no signal for some tv stations and signal breakup especially with the Seattle rainy weather. We also have quite a few trees directly in the line of site towards the tv towers.

Hello Jon,

The antenna best suited for the reception conditions at your location is the HD Stacker TV antenna. Install the antenna aiming West. Along with the antenna I suggest the AP 8700 antenna preamplifier. I'm confident that this combination will provide reliable reception on all of the Seattle area stations.

Jon, if I can assist you further please don't hesitate to contact me.

Denny

 

Best TV Antenna for:
Bothell, WA 98012

Name: Paul
1. Address: ____________________ Bothell Washington 98012
2. Email: ________________________
3. Approximately how many feet above ground level will the antenna be installed?: 25-30 ft
4. Will the antenna be installed outside above the roofline, in the attic, etc...?: in the attic
5. If the antenna will be installed in the attic what kind of building materials will the TV signal have to penetrate to reach the antenna in the attic?: wood frame; shingles/siding
6. How many TV locations within your home will the antenna supply? In other words, will a signal splitter be in use and if so how many times will the splitter divide the TV signal?: 1 TV, but we do have a central distribution closet in the house that I would like the antenna to go through in case we want more tvs in the future and because the cable is already run from that point to the TV.
7. Approximately how long will the coax cable run be from the antenna to the TV. If a signal splitter is in use how long will the cable run be from the antenna to the furthest TV: < 25 feet from antenna to distribution point (splitter), ~25-30 feet from distribution point to the living room TV.
8. Include any additional information you feel may be helpful when evaluating your reception conditions.: We live in the metro Seattle area. It's wet a good portion of the year.

Hi Paul,
 
The spread between TV broadcasting transmitter location that a directional TV antenna such as the EZ HD antenna will receive is largely determine by the strength of the incoming TV signals. At your location especially with the antenna in the attic I'm not real confident there's a sweet spot that the EZ HD will receive both the FOX and ION channels. I think if the EZ HD were aimed at about 200 degrees it would receive all channels except ION. If it were aimed at about 165 degrees it would receive all channels except FOX.
 
I think your best choice to get all channels without the need to adjust the antenna is to go with the HD Stacker TV antenna. The HD Stacker design has the VHF antenna on top and the UHF antenna on bottom. The FOX channel plus CW and PBS broadcast are VHF signal and all other channels including ION are UHF. I suggest you assemble the HD Stacker without installing the antenna brace and the struts. See the picture at the top of the page at http://dennysantennaservice.com/stacker.html  This will allow you to aim the top VHF antenna at about 200 degrees and the bottom UHF antenna to about 165 degrees. I'm confident that all channels would be received without the need to adjust the antenna.
 
If you want to connect the antenna to the central distribution and feed signal to several locations I suggest you install the HDA 100 signal distribution amplifier in line on the antenna side of the signal splitter. If the antenna were connected directly to 1 TV signal amplification would not be needed.

Take Care,
Denny

Best TV Antenna for:
Eatonville, WA 98328

Name: Janet
1. Address: ______________________________ eatonville Washington 98328
2. Email: ___________________
3. Approximately how many feet above ground level will the antenna be installed?: 25
4. Will the antenna be installed outside above the roof line or in the attic, other: above roof line
6. How many TV locations within your home will the antenna supply? In other words, will a signal splitter be in use and if so how many times will the splitter divide the TV signal?: 1
7. Approximately how long will the coax cable run be from the antenna to the TV. If a signal splitter is in use how long will the cable run be from the antenna to the furthest TV: 25

Hello Janet,

The antenna best suited for the reception conditions at your location is the HD Stacker TV antenna. Some of the signals reaching your location are somewhat weak requiring a high signal gain antenna such as the Stacker. Install the antenna aiming North/Northwest. Along with the antenna it would be a benefit to use a preamplifier such as the AP 8700 antenna preamplifier. This set up will provide reception from all of the Seattle area stations.

If you have any questions please don't hesitate to reply.

Denny

Best TV Antenna for:
Enumclaw, WA 98022

Name: jared
1. Address: ___________________________ Enumclaw, Washington 98022
2. Email: ___________________
3. Approximately how many feet above ground level will the antenna be installed?: 30ft
4. Will the antenna be installed outside above the roof line or in the attic, other: outside
6. How many TV locations within your home will the antenna supply? In other words, will a signal splitter be in use and if so how many times will the splitter divide the TV signal?: 2
7. Approximately how long will the coax cable run be from the antenna to the TV. If a signal splitter is in use how long will the cable run be from the antenna to the furthest TV: 70ft
8. Include any additional information you feel may be helpful when evaluating your reception conditions.: surrounded by trees

Hello Jared,

From your location the reception data indicates a direct line of sight to the transmitting antennas. I'm not sure I agree with the data. It appears to me the 500 foot ridge just on the other side of Green River is in the path to the transmitting antennas. If the data is correct and there is a direct path to the transmitters the EZ HD antenna will work great. If the signal path is obstructed by the ridge than the antenna to choose is the HD Stacker TV antenna

I'm not sure how to advise you. The HD Stacker is a sure thing with or without the ridge in the way. My experience in the 98022 area tells me to go with the HD Stacker antenna. The reception data has been wrong in this area in the past. 

If I can assist you further, please don't hesitate to contact me.

Denny

Best TV antenna for:
Everett, WA 98203

Name: Don
1. Address: ____________________________ Everett Washington 98203
2. Email: __________________
3. Approximately how many feet above ground level will the antenna be installed?: 12-15 feet
4. Will the antenna be installed outside above the roofline or in the attic, other: attic
5. If the antenna will be installed in the attic what kind of building materials will the TV signal have to penetrate to reach the antenna in the attic?: wood frame
6. How many TV locations within your home will the antenna supply? In other words, will a signal splitter be in use and if so how many times will the splitter divide the TV signal?: 1, maybe 2
7. Approximately how long will the coax cable run be from the antenna to the TV. If a signal splitter is in use how long will the cable run be from the antenna to the furthest TV: 20 feet
8. Include any additional information you feel may be helpful when evaluating your reception conditions.: I tried a RCA indoor amplified in the upstairs and only picked up metv and a shopping channel.

Hello Don,

After looking over the reception data retrieved for your location I don't think reliable TV reception is available from your attic. Several of the TV signals reaching the location are rated in the weak signal category. The main transmitters are only 23 miles away but there's a 600 foot hill between you and the transmitters. The signals are much stronger at locations to your east but your location is in the shaddow of a large hill. The only option I can recommend with confidence is the HD Stacker TV antenna mounted outdoors above your roofline with the AP 8700 antenna preamplifier.  You can try the attic first but I don't have a lot of confidence the reception will be reliable. The antenna should be installed aiming South/Southwest. 

If you have any questions please feel free to reply.

Denny

Best TV antenna for:
Federal Way, WA 98003

Name: Don
1. Address: _________________________ So Federal Way Washington 98003
2. Email: _____________________
3. Approximately how many feet above ground level will the antenna be installed?: 50 feet can go higher if necessary no wires ( underground )
4. Will the antenna be installed outside above the roof line or in the attic, other: outside, 30 ft above roof line of ranch style home, currently have old antenna mounted on North side of chimney
5. If the antenna will be installed in the attic what kind of building materials will the TV signal have to penetrate to reach the antenna in the attic?: --------------
6. How many TV locations within your home will the antenna supply? In other words, will a signal splitter be in use and if so how many times will the splitter divide the TV signal?: one splitter for 2 HD TV's
7. Approximately how long will the coax cable run be from the antenna to the TV. If a signal splitter is in use how long will the cable run be from the antenna to the furthest TV: aprox a max of 30 to 35 feet
8. Include any additional information you feel may be helpful when evaluating your reception conditions.: house is surrounded by fir trees aprox 100 ft away and house is down in a hole but other than city of Federal Way not many trees blocking signal from the North. Getting channel 4,9,11, and most of time 5 but no ch 7- 13 16 seems if and when we do pick up last 3 they are for seconds at a time hard to watch the pit is good for that second though. Thank you we would appreciate any help you can give us, Don

Hello Don,

The antenna best suited for the reception conditions is the HD Stacker TV antenna. Along with the Stacker antenna use the AP 8700 antenna preamplifier. According to the reception data some of the signals are weak at your location. However, the signal strength available is well within the abilities of the HD Stacker antenna.

Don, if you have any questions please feel free to reply.

Denny

Best TV antenna for:
Lynnwood, WA 98037

Name: Chris
1. Address: _____________________________ Lynnwood Washington 98037
2. Email: ________________________
3. Approximately how many feet above ground level will the antenna be installed?: 20-25'
4. Will the antenna be installed outside above the roof line or in the attic, other: Preferable in the attic but I could install it outside on the edge of the roof
5. If the antenna will be installed in the attic what kind of building materials will the TV signal have to penetrate to reach the antenna in the attic?: wood construction with wood siding/composite shingle roof
6. How many TV locations within your home will the antenna supply? In other words, will a signal splitter be in use and if so how many times will the splitter divide the TV signal?: I will use a splitter and 3 televisions
7. Approximately how long will the coax cable run be from the antenna to the TV. If a signal splitter is in use how long will the cable run be from the antenna to the furthest TV: 30'
8. Include any additional information you feel may be helpful when evaluating your reception conditions.: I am concerned that I live in a small depression on the slope that drops down to Puget

Hi Chris,

The EZ HD antenna should work great at your location installed aiming South. The attic should be a suitable location but be aware that occasionally no matter what you do the attic won't work for good TV reception and the antenna must be moved outdoors.

When using a 3 way splitter a distribution amplifier will likely be needed to offset the effects of the signal splitter. A very good choice is the Winegard HDA 100 signal distribution amplifier installed in line on the antenna side of the splitter.

If you have any questions or if I can assist you further please don't hesitate to contact me.

Best Regards,
Denny Duplessis

Best TV antenna for:
Maple Valley, WA 98038

Name: Sara
1. Address: ___________________ Maple Valley Washington 98038
2. Email: ___________________
3. Approximately how many feet above ground level will the antenna be installed?: We are unsure. We have a two story home and only receive a few signals
4. Will the antenna be installed outside above the roofline, in the attic, etc...?: We are thinking fromw what we have read that it will need to be mounted outside
5. If the antenna will be installed in the attic what kind of building materials will the TV signal have to penetrate to reach the antenna in the attic?: wood-framed walls
6. How many TV locations within your home will the antenna supply? In other words, will a signal splitter be in use and if so how many times will the splitter divide the TV signal?: We only have 1 TV right now. HD
7. Approximately how long will the coax cable run be from the antenna to the TV. If a signal splitter is in use how long will the cable run be from the antenna to the furthest TV: We have cable installed throughout our home. All the bedrooms-4, loft, and living room and family. We only have one TV though.
8. Include any additional information you feel may be helpful when evaluating your reception conditions.: We have Q13 Fox right now and a few other channels. We have a small antenna sitting under the wall mounted TV. There is a fireplace in the room adjecent to the TV. I am pretty sure it's because of the location of our house and the crappy antenna we bought at Fred Meyer that they assured us would work out here. And yes, it was at the local one in our town.

Hi Sara,
 
You can never be certain that an indoor antenna will work at any location. Who ever insured you the indoor antenna you have would work doesn't understand the concept of TV reception.
 
The antenna best suited for the reception conditions at your location is the EZ HD TV antenna. The antenna should be installed outdoors aiming West/Northwest. 
 
You have a couple of options on how to set up the antenna system. If you run coax cable directly from the antenna to the TV bypassing all signal splitters a signal amplifier should not be needed. If you want the antenna to feed all locations in your home a signal amplifier will be needed. I recommend the HDA 200 amplifier. Install the HDA 200 inline on the antenna side of the signal splitter. In other words, the coax cable from the antenna feeds to the HDA 200 amplifier and from the amplifier to the signal splitter and from the splitter to the TVs.

Denny

Best TV antenna for:
Olympia, WA 98516

Name: Don
1. Address: _________________________________ Olympia Washington 98516
2. Email: ____________________
3. Approximately how many feet above ground level will the antenna be installed?: 25
4. Will the antenna be installed outside above the roof line or in the attic, other: Outside above roof line
6. How many TV locations within your home will the antenna supply? In other words, will a signal splitter be in use and if so how many times will the splitter divide the TV signal?: Not sure, maybe two or maybe one splitter feeding 7 rooms
7. Approximately how long will the coax cable run be from the antenna to the TV. If a signal splitter is in use how long will the cable run be from the antenna to the furthest TV: 60 feet

Hi Don,

The TV signals available are both VHF and UHF. Many of the signals are rated moderate in strength with transmitters located to the North. The antenna best suited for the reception conditions is the HD Stacker TV antenna. We have a positive customer reception report from Lacey using the HD Stacker so I'm very confident in my recommendation of the Stacker. Install the antenna aiming to magnetic North. When supplying multiple TVs a signal amplifier will be needed for best results. A very good choice is the HDA 100 amplifier installed inline on the antenna side of the signal splitter.

If you have any questions or if I can assist you further please don't hesitate to contact me.

Best Regards,
Denny Duplessis

Best TV antenna for:
Redmond, WA 98052

Name: Glenn
1. Address: ______________________________ Redmond Washington 98052
2. Email: ________________
3. Approximately how many feet above ground level will the antenna be installed?: 18ft -19ft - I want to use a 36" J pole on 2X6 Facia. I think this will put the antenna at about 2.5 feet above the peak of the roof. I am not sure I am figuring this correctly-is 36in the length of the pole with the bend or does it raise antenna 36" from the base?
4. Will the antenna be installed outside above the roof line or in the attic, other: aproximently 2.5 ft above roof line
5. If the antenna will be installed in the attic what kind of building materials will the TV signal have to penetrate to reach the antenna in the attic?: N/A
6. How many TV locations within your home will the antenna supply? In other words, will a signal splitter be in use and if so how many times will the splitter divide the TV signal?: 3 now- maybe a 4th later. Currently my cable goes into a 2 way spliter. One side of the splitter runs about 30 feet to a bedroom. One goes about 3 feet to the family room. At the family room, I put a splitter so I could have different external tuners for the TV and the VCR. ( So that I can record a different channel on the VCR verses what I am watching) I have read that you don't like this type of setup. If I need to, I can get a 4 way splitter and wire a 2nd connection but snaking the wire through the wall is a pain.
7. Approximately how long will the coax cable run be from the antenna to the TV. If a signal splitter is in use how long will the cable run be from the antenna to the furthest TV: 40-50 from antenna to TV. Probably 25 to 30 feet to the furthest TV
8. Include any additional information you feel may be helpful when evaluating your reception conditions.: I am in a low area. No one in my nieghborhood has an antenna. Everyone says you can't get reception. I currently have a 20 year old huge "150 mile range" radio shack antenna with antena mounted amplifier on my chimney. It now barely recieves the LOS station (42% signal strength) so it is shot. However, when it did work, I recieved low VHS stations the best. The high VHS stations had ok video but terrible sound. I got a LOS UHF station but the UHF stations in Seattle did not come in at all.(I want to recieve ION, PBS, ABC, CBS, NBC, CW, KZJO, KONG. I don;t have to get Fox since it is on a KZJO subchannel (P.S. I assume the Round Antenna will not be your choice, but I would love to hear what you think I might be able to pick up with one.)

Hello Glenn,
 
According to the reception data the HD Stacker TV antenna will provide great reception at you location. Along with the antenna I recommend the HDA 100 signal amplifier installed in line on the antenna side of the first splitter. I don't think the second 2 way splitter will have much effect on the reception. The main transmitters are located to your WSW and the ION transmitter is ESE. To receive all channels including ION will require a rotor so you can aim the antenna to the appropriate direction. The other option is to aim the antenna WSW if the ION channel is not of importance. It appears you should even get the FOX KCPQ channel.

Glenn, if you have any questions please feel free to reply.

Denny

Best TV antenna for:
Renton, WA 98059

Name: Randy
1. Address: __________________________ Renton Washington 98059
2. Email: ___________________________
3. Approximately how many feet above ground level will the antenna be installed?: 20
4. Will the antenna be installed outside above the roofline, in the attic, etc...?: outside above roof
5. How many TV locations within your home will the antenna supply? In other words, will a signal splitter be in use and if so how many times will the splitter divide the TV signal?: 4
6. Approximately how long will the coax cable run be from the antenna to the TV. If a signal splitter is in use how long will the cable run be from the antenna to the furthest TV: 50'

Hi Randy,

According to the reception data retrieved for the location the EZ HD TV antenna is a very good choice. Along with the antenna use the HDA 100 signal distribution amplifier inline just before the signal splitter on the antenna side of the splitter.

I'm very confident that the EZ HD antenna will provide excellent TV reception at your location.

Denny

Best TV antenna for:
Sammamish, WA 98075

Name: Phil
Email: ________________________
Ask your question: Best antenna for SE 8th Pl, Sammamish Washington (98075)?

1 TV location

Digital only.

Attic installation.

Thanks!

Hello Phil,
 
The TV signals are rated moderate in strength at your location. In the attic I wouldn't go with anything less than the HD Stacker TV antenna. The antenna should be installed aiming west. When supplying only 1 TV without the use of a signal splitter signal amplification should not be needed. However, if you want the best possible reception the AP 8700 antenna preamplifier would be a benefit especially during times of poor reception conditions.

If you have any questions please feel free to reply.

Thanks for contacting Denny's Antenna Sales.

Denny

Best TV antenna for:
Shelton, WA 98584

Name: chris
1. Address: ____________ shelton Washington 98584
2. Email: ______________
3. Approximately how many feet above ground level will the antenna be installed?: 18
4. Will the antenna be installed outside above the roofline, in the attic, etc...?: outside above roof line
5. How many TV locations within your home will the antenna supply? In other words, will a signal splitter be in use and if so how many times will the splitter divide the TV signal?: 1
6. Approximately how long will the coax cable run be from the antenna to the TV. If a signal splitter is in use how long will the cable run be from the antenna to the furthest TV: 30 ft
7. Include any additional information you feel may be helpful when evaluating your reception conditions.: trees

Hi Chris,
 
Yes, lots of trees. I'm very familiar with the area. The antenna best suited to meet the reception conditions is the HD Stacker TV antenna. This is a high performance antenna and it will help compensate for the effects of the trees. Along with the antenna I highly recommend the AP 8700 antenna preamplifier. This combination will provide maximum performance and is the best bet to get reliable reception through the trees. Install the antenna aiming NNE at about 20 degrees on the compass.
 
We have a customer just accross the water from your location on Libby Rd South of 81st ave that is in the trees and he submitted a reception report form and he states good reception 99% of the time. He said, occassionally if it rains extremely hard or if there's a real heavy fog a couple of the channels give him trouble. He also states he has had several antennas at this location and the Stacker is by far the best.

If you need anything else just let me know.

Denny

Best TV antenna for:
Shoreline, WA 98155

1. Address: ____________________________ Shoreline Washington 98155
2. Email: ______________
3. Approximately how many feet above ground level will the antenna be installed?: 40
4. Will the antenna be installed outside above the roof line or in the attic, other: either in the attic or outside above the roof line
6. How many TV locations within your home will the antenna supply? In other words, will a signal splitter be in use and if so how many times will the splitter divide the TV signal?: 4 tv locations with splitters
7. Approximately how long will the coax cable run be from the antenna to the TV. If a signal splitter is in use how long will the cable run be from the antenna to the furthest TV: longest run would be 80 feet

Greetings,

The main transmitters are located south. The FOX transmitters is SSW and the ION transmitter is ESE. To receive all networks I recommend the EZ HD bi-directional TV antenna system #1. This kit comes with two EZ HD antennas, antenna coupler, preamplifier and connection cables. Aim one antenna ESE and the other SSW to receive all available channels. This will allow you to view all networks without the need for antenna rotation.

If you have any questions please feel free to reply.

Denny

Best TV antenna for:
South Burien, WA 98168

Name: melissa renner
1. Address: __________________________________ south burien Washington 98168
2. Email: __________________
3. Approximately how many feet above ground level will the antenna be installed?: 12 (attic) or 20 (roof)
4. Will the antenna be installed outside above the roof line or in the attic, other: whatever will work best
5. If the antenna will be installed in the attic what kind of building materials will the TV signal have to penetrate to reach the antenna in the attic?: ceiling plaster, some wood franming
6. How many TV locations within your home will the antenna supply? In other words, will a signal splitter be in use and if so how many times will the splitter divide the TV signal?: 4
7. Approximately how long will the coax cable run be from the antenna to the TV. If a signal splitter is in use how long will the cable run be from the antenna to the furthest TV: 35-40
8. Include any additional information you feel may be helpful when evaluating your reception conditions.: only one tv is hd

Hello Melissa,

The majority of the TV transmitting towers are to your north/northwest. However, the FOX transmitter is to the west and the ION transmitter is to the east/northeast. The antenna best suited to the reception condition at your location is the MS 1000 omnidirectional TV antenna. This antenna receives signals from all directions and will not require antenna adjustment once installed to receive all available channels. Along with the antenna use the HDA 100 signal amplifier. Install the HDA 100 in line within a 50 foot coax cable run from the antenna on the antenna side of the signal splitter. I highly recommend that the antenna be installed outdoors above the roofline.

To receive signal the TV in use must either have a built-in digital tuner or a set top converter box.

Melissa, if you have any questions please don't hesitate to reply.

Denny

Best TV antenna for:
Spanaway, WA 98387

Name: Walter
1. Address: ________________________ Spanaway Washington 98387
2. Email: ______________
3. Approximately how many feet above ground level will the antenna be installed?: 20 (twenty)
4. Will the antenna be installed outside above the roof line or in the attic, other: above roof line
6. How many TV locations within your home will the antenna supply? In other words, will a signal splitter be in use and if so how many times will the splitter divide the TV signal?: one feed and split into two
7. Approximately how long will the coax cable run be from the antenna to the TV. If a signal splitter is in use how long will the cable run be from the antenna to the furthest TV: 70 (seventy) feet

Hello Walter,
 
The antenna best suited for the reception conditions at your location is the HD Stacker TV antenna. Install the antenna aiming North. Along with the antenna use the HDA 100 signal amplifier installed in line on the antenna side of the signal splitter. I'm very confident that this combination of antenna and amplifier will provide you with excellent TV reception.

If I can assist you further, please don't hesitate to contact me.

Denny

Best TV antenna for:
Yelm, WA 98597

Name: John
1. Address: __________________________________ Yelm Washington 98597
2. Email: ___________________
3. Approximately how many feet above ground level will the antenna be installed?: 8-9
4. Will the antenna be installed outside above the roof line or in the attic, other: outside
6. How many TV locations within your home will the antenna supply? In other words, will a signal splitter be in use and if so how many times will the splitter divide the TV signal?: 1
7. Approximately how long will the coax cable run be from the antenna to the TV. If a signal splitter is in use how long will the cable run be from the antenna to the furthest TV: @30-40 ft
8. Include any additional information you feel may be helpful when evaluating your reception conditions.: will a indoor antenna work, I'm about 50-60 away from Seattle

Hello John,

Some of the signals such as CBS 7, ABC 4, and NBC 5 are very weak and likely can't be received with an indoor antenna. In fact I doubt if an outdoor antenna at only 8-9 feet above ground will provided reliable reception. The antenna best suited to reliably recieve all of the stations is the HD Stacker TV antenna installed at least 20 feet above ground aiming North. Along with the antenna I suggest the AP 8700 antenna preamplifier.

If I can assist you further, please don't hesitate to contact me.

Denny 

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