I use the Dynalab ST2 in two of my systems with very good results.
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hacve the option for outdoor placement on eves (or even in a attic) the whip antenna made by Fanfare (about yeard tall) for about $100 kicks ass on ANY possible indorr set up.Used to work for shop where we used them and they were awesome.Indoors I just told peopole save your dough and use your coaxial cable for your cable or satellite and get splitter since I found Terk Pi and other regarded indoor antenna;s to be prtty useless.
Fanfare needs to be mounted on eves of house or as high as you can get to work well.Can't see how Goddar mentions that it's pole length can work better than fanfare which is much taller.Mounted low in your house with rabbit ears?Even with active boos cicuts (which don't do a good job) Godar just sems like according to it's own description of physics must be bettered by the whip style.
GODAR AUDIOPHILE MODEL 2 INDOOR FM STEREO ANTENNA is hard to beat indoors. I've tried the C. Crane, Magnum Dynalab whip as well as the Fanfare.
This Godar just locks on and won't let go. Makes my ancient Magnum Dynalab tuner sound very natural. Noise and hiss is gone. I'm really very happy with it.
It IS bigger than I expected but hey, doesn't large surface area make sense when wanting to capture "and" hold a signal?
I have it atop my big bookcase with excellent results. If I had an attic it would go up there and if I could mount an antenna on the roof that would be my obvious first choice.
But if you are in the market for strictly an indoor antenna the GODAR Model 2 is the way to go IMO.