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Old 05-28-2018, 04:14 AM   #11
Pbtman
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Pete. We feel your pain, buddy. I’m exploring different options. Our old trailer had the “batwing” crank up antenna and booster. Worked a lot better. The new trailer has the little omnidirectional antenna and booster. Gets about 4 channels at the same campground that we used to get 12.
I don’t mind the King directional except for boring more holes in the roof. I may see if replacing the omnidirectional with the King brand omnidirectional will improve it and I would also replace the factory booster unit with the King model.
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