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This guy down in South Carolina has been making these things for about 15 years now I have never heard of them or seen them mentioned before, he claims a 1.4 DB noise factor and 16 DB gain for VHF and UHF for $59 shipped I am really tempted to give it a try Has anybody ever run across this before ?
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Honestly, it's really hard to tell at this point. However it you do purchase one, let us know how it works. For myself, my small antenna and amp that came with it get's me all my local channels. I only want one other channel that's 58 miles away. If this would help get it, I'd be interested. For those of you who are wondering, FoxHD KNRR from Winnipeg. Its in Fargo.
 

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I ended up going with a Televes preamp, the thing is 80' in the air and I figured in the end that it was best to go with a more refined product.

I read most of your thread, sounds like you found the answer for being between 2 major cities and staying rotor free. My problem is somewhat different, all stations except one are 50+ miles away in hilly terrain.
 

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Hey man, I love my rotor:):)
 
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