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I have an RV antenna with a wingman feeding to a Sensor pro booster and then to two digital TV sets. I have experienced on multiple occasions recieving a strong signal on the Sensor pro (58-60) for the channel, ie 10, but neither tv will tune in the signal. (I have had similar problems with channel 11 at a different location.) One situation the signal level did not change but I could get reception during the day but not at night. This seems to occur on high vhf channels, at least I have not experienced it elsewhere. Any ideas where my problem might be?
I don't think your issue would be related to Hi-VHF vs Lo-VHF or UHF. The fact that you've seen this 2 times and they were both Hi-VHF stations is most like just a coincidence.
I would be more likely to think it is related to the stations you are trying to receive or the location, but it is difficult to say with certainty without knowing more.
If the problem continues, I would recommend calling in to our Technical Service (800-788-4417) Department so they can get some more information. That would allow us to look up your locations where you have been seeing this issue and determine how strong of a signal you should be receiving, etc. One good place to find this information is at www.tvfool.com if you want to do any research on your own before calling.
Also remember that if you see channel 10 (as an example) on the Sensar Pro, you TV may not be able to tune in channel 10 (If it could it would be channel 10.1 digitial or just 10 analog). Channel 10 is the VHF frequency being used by the broadcaster but the channel that you "see" might be channel 4.1 or 7.1 or most anything. These are the channel numbers that the broadcaster used before the change-over (channel 4 or 7) so they use the same identifier even when the station might now be broadcasting on a UHF or VHF frequency other than the one your TV decoded it as.
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