stampeder said:Kafou, what is your location? Also do you know which brand/model of antenna that old one is, or if not can you describe what it looks like?
To me, it all comes down to the selectivity of the Tuner. I have an older sony(4 years old), a Samsung Tuner and the Sanyo. The sanyo win it easily. Now, the Samsung is the first generation Atsc tuner, the sony, i don't know, but i have difficulty getting the Digital PBS station (comes in at about 55%). The Sanyo one comes in at 90% most of the times. Also, channel 3 and 5 comes in much better on the Sanyo without trapping ch.2 and 6. On the Sony, i need those trap.Lamhorn said:I don't have the TV yet Yipikyer as I am still debating if the Sony 30xs955 wouldn't be better. I could get it in the US for about 1000$ CDN. Not that much more than 750$ (TX incl.) for the Sanyo. Any thoughts?
Personal note: I used to live in St. Hubert, Jacques Cartier, and St. Bruno at different times when Dad was in the air force, so I should have known your direction! That was a long, long time ago and I haven't been back to visit in about 5 years so that's my excuse.Lamhorn said:...by pointing the antenna south for vermont, Montreal will not be in the rear but west at 90 degrees. So I guess the combo 936SR might work without a rotor.