Join Date: May 2010
Location: Toronto, East York (Greenwood & Mortimer)
In that case, if you want to prove to your wife that this is all worth doing, then I suggest a new balun and an antennacraft rotator. Between the two, your total cost will be somewhere a little over $50. Make sure you put on the new balun and use your pre-amp.
You might even be so happy with the results that you won't need to bother with the new antenna.
Any other alternative is going to cost you around the same or more (building an antenna, buying a second antenna, items to join multiple antennas.
Your location is less than ideal, but it is not bad enough that you will be missing any stations, but I feel your location warrants a good quality antenna like a Winegard 7698p or and Antennacraft HBU55.
OTA, HD7697P, CM7778, Rotator, CM3218, TiVo, HDHomeRun
Apple TV, Netflix, Teksavvy, Unblock-us, Wind, MagicJack