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No hope of cable any time soon, and we get really bad reception with the rabbit ears. Any advice would be greatly appreciated

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Since I live smack in the middle of a large city, I've never had trouble with rabbit ears, although I have to use the larger ones. When I lived outside a smaller city, in the hill country, antenna was weak. I had to get satellite or cable or do without.

They have devices that plug into the electric of your house that make you home wiring a big antenna. You can put a massive antenna inside your attic (but not on the roof). If you install a big antenna, it's a lightning magnet, remember that.

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