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Old 06-01-2015, 11:29 AM   #57
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I tried the Jack replacement and it did not do any thing for me, in fact I lost some signals that the wine guard was giving me. ...

I tried it also, (thanks to CW return policy)!

The Jack is much more of a directional antenna than the original Winegard batwing. It had to be pointed, depending on the channel I wanted to watch. I really wanted it to work, it looks "new" and "cool"!

The original batwing gave me more channels without having to make any adjustments. I just went back to the original. The Jack went back for a refund.
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Old 06-01-2015, 05:01 PM   #58
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You sound like a salesman for the product.

The Jack antenna is good at UHF, sucks at VHF low band modrate at VHF Hi band and there are still stations in the VHF bands (Both of 'em)

When it comes to LONG RANGE (Where most campgrounds are) it fails to perform as good as a Batwing with wingman

I have a Batwing + Wingman + Sensar Pro which simply blows the Jack away in side by side comparisons. over a 50 mile (plus/mines 15) Range (Which is where I'm parked)

What's more.. the Batwing + Wingman + Sensar pro,, ON at least one station delivers better than the local cable company!!!!!! now that's performance.
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