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Old 01-23-2006, 01:25 PM   #6  
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Join Date: Feb 2005
Location: Springfield, MA
Age: 65
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At 40 miles from the signals, you really need a 4228 and as much altitude as you can muster. Additionally, you really should have a rotator, as some of your Seattle stations lie far enough apart, (like KCPQ-DT FOX) that you won't get it with a 4228 without reaiming. Also, if you are using a Radio Shack, or other high-noise preamp, you should replace it with a good Channel Master Titan series, as the Radio Shack amps will swallow some weak stations and obscure them with their oen inherent noise.
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