I know I could install a rotor, and that would solve the directional aspects. But these digital tv's need to do the "channel search", to locate channels, which means that everytime I rotate the antenna, I'd have to re-run the channel search on the tv. (There is no way to lock stations). [For example, if i get channel 10 with the antenna pointing North, and lose it's signal when the ant. points East, the tv will eliminate Channel 10 when I do a rescan.].
I'm wondering what would happen if I connected BOTH antennas to the same TV? I recall trying this on the old analog tv's, probably 30 years ago, and got a lot of ghosting in the picture. But digital TVs dont get ghosts, so I'm just wondering what would happen ?????
If I had a coax TEE in hand, I'd probably just try it, but I'd have to buy one first. I know they are only a couple bucks, but why buy it if it wont work.....
Has anyone done this?