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Jan-17-2020 @ 12:27 PM                           Permalink
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Got to agree with ADI and Forresters. Get a small home aerial and a booster. Never had a problem getting a picture anywhere.

Regards, Ray.

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Hi John You haven't said if you want to use it on a boat? the one i use on my boat is no better than the airials shown but the Ballad from Wards works very well and being the size of a tennis ball on a short pole is so inconspicuous that you can leave it on all the time, with perhaps the odd time you go under low bridge it doesn't get blown off direction and works while underway, it doesn't need dismantling to pack away ether it's much like a large ice cream cone, but if on a building the conventual aerial would be best as they don't need 12v power. John

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Hi Guy's
        thank you for the input, it is to go on a boat and it has given us food for thought.





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