Question about Televison & Video
OTA searching in progress
OTA stands for "over the air"and for a std TV it is searching for VHF/UHF signals as beamed from satellite. If the antennae is properly mounted and connection don't have any sulpher deposits, then the tuner has to be replaced. As far as the antennae, the basiscs are:
Based on this information, you need an antenna that receives high vhf and uhf. KVIE (ch 9, PBS) and KXTV (ch 10, ABC) are high vhf and not receivable with the CM 4220. I would recommend the Winegard 7694 or HBU-22 antennas. The Winegard has higher gain and is a 5 inches shorter than the HBU-22. Shorter boom length and higher gain will come in handy with an attic install. However, 7694 is more expensive ($60 vs ~$40).........................................sodeep
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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