You have the legal right to install your own antenna for over the air reception, and you can check to see what channels you may be able to receive at TV Fool.
Some of the best antenna options for relatively short range reception, as tested in San Francisco (TV Fool report).
Antennas Direct ClearStream 2VEasy to assemble. High quality construction. Solidly pulled in all green and yellow stations reported by TVFool, both VHF Hi and UHF.
If you need or want the best in this range class, this is the antenna to buy.
If you need longer range reception, Antennas Direct also has more powerful options, as well as a good indoor option, Micron R, which may be available at a bargain price refurbished.
Pulled in all green stations reported by TVFool, both VHF Hi and UHF, but not solid on yellow.
SummaryClearStream 2V definitely more sensitive than ANT751, in addition to better construction quality, clear on yellow UHF channels that break up on ANT751, also picked up a very weak (unwatchable) VHF station not found by ANT751.
However, ANT751 may be sufficiently good for many purposes (if yellow stations are not of interest), and is much less expensive ($50 vs $100).