Advertisements Hi all, I need advice on over-the-air reception. Right now I have a single TV (yes, just one) and an FM tuner (stereo receiver), hanging off a coax splitter. I do not anticipate having more than one TV. (We're weird that way.) There is a single line of coax to the antenna in the attic. The antenna is nothing special, I bought it cheap several years ago for mainly FM reception. I honestly don't know if it's just FM, or low-VHF, or low+high VHF, etc. As measured by the signal indicator on the TiVo Premier XL, most channels measure in the mid-50s to 70s, and are fine for watching TV. However, channel 7 is particularly bad, often in the 20s and usually unwatchable. The cable run from antenna to media cabinet is probably 60-70 feet. If I want to improve my general lot but optimize costs, is it better to have a pre-amplifier at the antenna and a splitter at the cabinet? An amplifier/distributor at the cabinet? A better antenna? etc. Thanks for suggestions, opinions, etc.