I had to look that one up. Looks like it was replaced with the 357XP around 2002. Someone in the below thread mentioned another saw killed by the EPA.🤬
Have shortwave receivers, but no transmitter. Probably would be something good to have for emergencies. What kind of setup do you have? I know you have to have a license to actually transmit on that kinda thing.
All my TVs are smart TVs and I use the Amazon FireTV on them. I can switch inputs to watch broadcast TV from the antenna or monitor the security cameras.
Funny story: We had DirectTV and hated it. My internet was 3Mbps DSL and that was completely useless for streaming. Got into a ! match with ATT and told them I was done. Dropped landline, internet and sat. TV. Put up the antenna and calculated I'd get 6-8 channels. I got 52! One problem was the TVs needed to do a channel search and everytime I spun the antenna another search was needed wiping out the previously saved channels. Wife was happy. Temporarily anyway. Turns out when I got the 52 broadcast channels the atmospheric conditions allowed E skip. When we settled in that night to watch TV we only had 6 clear channels to watch. Within a week or so I found a fixed wireless internet available that was truly unlimited data. So the big Winegard now is mostly a bird perch.