TV Antenna Specifications:
Receiving Frequency: 170-230MHz; 470-862MHz
Receiving Range: VHF/UHF
Antenna Gain: VHF 7-10dB; UHF 10-14dB
Front-back Ratio: VHF 7-16db; UHF 16-30dB
Beam Width H/V: VHF H66°/V38° ; UHF H43°/V31°
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1x Antenna main unit
1x Dipole box
4x Reflector unit
6x Wing nut
1x Mounting accessories
Mounting pole not included - Put B013057BDU into Amazon search box for 1byone pole
Bought this to get channels from about 60 miles away. Easy to assemble, no tools required. I tested it against a home-made antenna. This product picked up 30 channels with an amplifier versus 47 with the home-made antenna at the same elevation on the same television. Channels received are about 40 miles away. Not impressed. I'll try it again as soon as possible at a higher elevation, but I'm not holding my breath expecting to pick up anything. I feel I'll be returning this.
I'm currently using an old Terk LOGTVO antenna about 1/3 the size of this one. I was hoping a much larger antenna like this would pull in my weaker stations a little better. Boy was I wrong. Not only did it not pull in my weak stations, but it couldn't even pull in the strong ones I was getting on my old, small antenna. I'm 40 miles from the towers, and this couldn't pull in a single station. Don't waste your time or money. The GE Attic Mount HD Antenna with Compact Design and Enhanced 60 Mile Range, 33692 is far better, but not designed for outdoor use. However, I don't see why it wouldn't work outside.
This replaced a clear-stream 1 and what a difference. I was unable to receive ABC on the clear stream being 28 miles from the tower, the 1by one has had no difficulty receiving ABC and several other channels the clear stream missed. This well made and sturdy and had no trouble with assembly.
antennaweb.org says I'll get 6-9 channels. With this antenna paired with the Winegard LNA-200 Boost XT Digital HDTV Preamplifier, I get about 40 channels crystal clear including all of the major networks. Be sure to use your phone's compass to point it in the direction of the majority of the station towers you will be watching. This antenna is easy to put together. Be sure to order a mounting pole with brackets. This antenna comes with hardware to mount to a pole but doesn't come with a pole or brackets to attach to the roof.
Where I live we have trouble getting a tv signal, I already had an antenna that didn't really pull in much, it sounded like this would work better. Not at all. The description made it sound like it would work far better than the one I already had, but I can't pull in anything with this one.
This antenna works very well. Originally I only had a small flat panel antenna in my attic RCA ANT1650F Flat Digital Amplified Indoor TV Antenna and stations from Atlanta (approx. 35 miles) would occasionally drop out or pixelate with audio stutter. Indicated signal with old antenna would range from 55 to 65 signal strength on my receiver. After installing this one my signal strength is now in the range of 83 to 86 with no stuttering or loss of clarity. I have an amplifier on this antenna, it is the same one that was on the previous antenna.
It was very easy to assemble and install. I had to install the larger elements in the attic as they would have made the antenna too large to fit through the attic access panel. As you can see in the pics it is not securely mounted since I wanted to be able to adjust the aim later if necessary, but this just shows how light it is. Eventually I need to secure it better. When pointed in the general direction of Atlanta I get all the channels clearly, so aim is not critical.
after installing it which was very easy Ive managed to add another 53 more channels then my past antenna
I like this antenna, so far works fine. Use it for few weeks now and no complains. Only thing is the instructions could be more detailed other than that good product,
Great antenna great price I install TV's and home theater equipment. This is the best antenna I've used and I've tried them all.
I works as advertised. It took 10-15 minutes to put it together. I haven't used the free cable it came with (free w/ coupon). It's pretty sturdy
It's not small (~3.5' x 2' x 1.5') nor particularly light, but pulls in all the local off axis stations (w/i ~20 miles) & stations from ~65 miles away when pointed in that direction. Local stations are VHF & UHF. When pointed in between my local stations to the North and the 65 mile away stations to the East, reception of the far ones is iffy, no surprise really. It needs to be pointed in that direction for solid reception.
I bought this to replace a small powered Vilso WA-2608 yagi style antenna that died after a year. I didn't want to deal with having to have an amplifier & found I didn't never used motorized rotation either. This is really overkill for my use since I don't watch the far stations often, as they overlap local networks for the most part, but I can now pull in those farther stations from the Capitol if I want to.
I have it mounted on a 36" Mediasonic Homeworx J-pole(~$25 here on Amazon) the fascia of my 1 story roof . So it's ~12' off the ground.
I would've put it my attic, but the splitter & everything is on the outside corner where I mounted it & old fiber/cable boxes are. If it gets knocked down (it's under a big live oak tree), maybe I'll move it into the attic & hassle with running the cable through the soffit.
So for under $75 for this antenna & a 3' J-pole mount I've got excellent OTA TV.