We have been doing the BATWING antenna ever since they started up a couple years back. We usually get 6-36 digital stations just about everywhere we go camping. The most I ever picked up was up on Skyline Drive and that was 84 digital stations. Alot were the same channels but from different towns....
One trailer has the plain batwing and the other on has the add on. The add on did help some but I still get many channels without it in the other trailer. The best antenna I played with was one of those VERY LARGE FULL VHF/UHF fold-out antennas from Lowes ($90). It worked like gang busters but after about 20 OFF-ROAD POPUP camping trips it didnt survive any more unfolding and setups. It was strange looking hanging over both sides of the trailer too hehe...
I want to play with the KINGS antenna now. and see what it does. Nothing better than watching the Natl Broadcast stations (NBC-CBS-FOX-ABC-PBS) all in full screen - full HDTV for free just about everywhere we go.
Roy and Carolyn
I claim Horse Creek Country in Southern Ill - Momabear is from North Texas
We live in King George VA
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