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I currently have the SS-3000 Sharpshooter installed & it works well for indoor use in condo 10th floor, bouncing signal from a building directly in front of me, that I have placed against a window in Northern Exposure (most signal are coming from South & I face North & cannot mount external).
A few channels cut in & out, and some work better if I point to a different building while sacrificing different channels. I am thinking of upgrading to the SS-2000 Squareshooter. This would also be against a window pointing in the same direction.
Should I upgrade?
Good morning jobe1981 -
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The SS-3000 receives both VHF and UHF channels while the SS-2000 receives only UHF channels. I would recommend taking a look at the FreeVision FV-HD30.
If you would like a more detailed response please respond back with your zip code or address and the channels you are trying to receive.
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I am able to place the antenna outside - I am in a condo, 10th floor, North facing & bouncing the signal off the buildings in front of me. I currently recieve 25 Channels. Need a low profile antenna - the Sharpshooter is doinga great job. I am located in Toronto Canada - my Postal Code is M2N7H4.
Is there any advantage to the Squareshooter?
The FreeVision FV-HD30 can be mounted indoors and can even be painted to match your wall if desired. You can find more information at http://www.winegard.com/freevision/index.php.
The Squareshooter is not VHF capable so you would lose your VHF stations. I would not recommend switching to this antenna. I would recommend looking at the FV-HD30 mounted indoors.
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