I know this question has been raised all over the internet, with a variety of responses, but here is my specific situation:
I purchased this antenna and plan to mount it in my attic. I have an indoor pipe chase leading from my attic to the basement to feed the coax through, and I have conduit electric throughout the house, including the attic for a pull chain light.
First, because everything is enclosed within the house, is there any reason to ground the antenna? Some threads on other forums mention you ground outdoor antennas because of static built up by wind/debris or protection from nearby lighting strikes and its magnetic field, where indoor antennas aren't subjected to this..
It seems the attic will negate most risks. My attic, like most attics have soffit and roof vents. Does the moving air coming through these vents create any risk for the indoor antenna?
Lastly, if I do ground the antenna, would grounding it to the outside of the electrical conduit coming into the attic be where I should ground to?