1byone Outdoor / Attic HDTV Antenna with Motorized 360 Degree Rotation

Model: 203NA-0003   |   Brand: 1Byone     
$ 39.99   39.99 Free shipping
Features
  • Never Pay Expensive Cable or Satellite Fees again –1byone tv antenna can pull in all of your local news, weather, sitcoms, kids and sports programs absolutely FREE. Simply connect the antenna to your TV via coaxial cable, scan channels and in minutes you'll be enjoying your free local programs
  • Motorized 360° Rotating Antenna – The built-in motor allows this antenna to freely rotate 360° to pick up signals from any direction, solving the difficult problem of manually adjusting the antenna
  • Included Remote Control for Antenna Adjustment - No longer worry about trips outside in cold, raining, snowy, or windy weather to dangerously climb up and manually adjust the direction of your antenna. Simply adjust the antenna's direction from the comfort of inside your own home using the included infrared remote control
  • Longer Coaxial Cable for Convenience: Included 50-foot coaxial cable makes it easier to place the antenna in the area with the best reception; VHF/UHF, VHF: 174-230MHz; UHF: 470-862MHz
  • The Best Picture and Sound Quality - You can now experience HDTV in the highest quality picture and sound available. Over-the-air broadcasts are transmitted in uncompressed full HD (1080P), ultra HD (4K), and 3D channels, far surpassing what cable and satellite offer. Many local broadcasts are digitally aired in Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound giving you the ultimate sound stage for watching live television
Receive Local HDTV Channels by Life-time Free Fee

Enjoy all your local broadcasts from ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, PBS, and other local networks with expanded programming for kids, news, sports, sitcoms and more with no cost or contracts. Just imagine never paying a monthly cable or satellite bill to enjoy your favorite shows!

Motorized 360° Rotating Antenna to Solve the difficult problem of manually adjusting the antenna

The design of built-in motor allows this antenna to freely rotate 360° to pick up signals from any direction, so after installing the antenna, you can change its receiving direction simply by remote control, but not have to adjusting the mounting pole strenuously. The Motor can turn in both directions to avoid lines tangles

Infrared Remote Control for Antenna Adjustment

Are you troubled to adjust the antenna direction on the roof for better signal reception, especially on bad weather day? Now with this tv antenna, you will never have to do it again, just stay at home comfortably to adjust the antenna direction by the remote control.

TV Antenna Specifications:

Receiving Frequency: 174-230MHz; 470-862MHz
Receiving Range: VHF/UHF
Impedance:75Ω
Reception Range: 60 Miles
Beam Width: VHF-H85°/V105°; UHF-H55°/V75°
Power Input: AC-110V/60Hz
Power Output: AC15V 100mA
Coaxial Cable Length: 50ft

Locate Digital TV Broadcast Towers

The distance from the broadcast towers will vary based on the location of your home. Visit http://dtv.gov/maps and enter your address or zip code for details about the towers near you. This information will assist in selecting the correct antenna model and aiming your antenna for the best results.

Buyer Guarantee

We stand behind our products 100% with a 12-month warranty. Please note that over-the-air reception is dependent upon environmental factors and we cannot guarantee reception in all conditions. We do offer a 30-day money-back guarantee on all orders to allow you to test the antenna's suitability in your area.

Note

1. Mounting pole not included - Put B013057BDU into Amazon search box for 1byone pole.
2. The remote control of the antenna should face the direction of power supply unit without obstruction, rather than face the antenna main unit.
3. If you put this antenna on the roof or anywhere not in line of your sight, please note that there is no need to know which direction the unit is pointing. You can just stay in your room, adjust the direction by the remote control or power supply unit, and then scan for channels on your TV. Once you find you can receive the most channels, the antenna is now pointing the optimal direction.
Mount Type Outdoor-Roof, Attic
Receiving range VHF, UHF
Patrick Berry 02/09/2017
This antenna with amplifier is a hit, for us!

Being an estimated 14 Miles from a cluster of towers South of Christmas, Florida, with 70+ channels, that are broadcast at 5,000 watts to 50,000 watts, some antennas located below our line of sight, others mounted at up to 261 feet in height, our reception for a few channels vary, through no fault of our Antenna or this signal amplifier. We are pleased to receive 59 channels solid, even in rain, and heavy fog conditions, in Central Florida.
Our yagi antenna is mounted on a satellite dish mast, on the roof overhang, so, it is 19 feet AGL. There are trees and Orlando Executive Airport traffic pattern between here, and the cluster of towers. We have 6 TVs hooked to the house distribution network fed by this antenna and amplifier.
There is 60 feet of RG-59 between the fixed antenna and the power supply for the amp, at the house distribution panel. We did NOT order the antenna with the rotator, just the antenna with the amp, plus 100 foot RG-59 cable, which we cut to length, and terminated with a new water proof connector. I recommend this antenna for the lower wind loading in our very windy peninsula.

cj 02/08/2017
fail

Tiny for an antenna this only pulls 10 channels in my area from less than 30 miles, only 7 more than with no antenna. Pretty much useless without an amp. As to the motorized rotor you will never know where it's pointing without going outside to look but then you won't be able to use the remote to move it. If your TV has a signal strength function it may be usable. Both coax cables are hard wired into the rotor, no connectors.
In comparison my RV pulls 59 channels with its built in amp.

Mike S 01/28/2017
I used a pair of wide tip tweezers to easily tighten the cable to the antenna

For people having trouble connecting the coax cable: I used a pair of wide tip tweezers to easily tighten the cable to the antenna. Or, if you have the tools to replace the connector on the end of your cable, you can use the little black tube that comes with antenna. You cut off your cable end, slide the tube on the cable with the hex shape facing the end, attach a new cable end and then use the tube as a socket wrench to twist the connector on.

Just installed the 1byone 45 mile antenna and pole in my garage rafter space. Coax runs 20 feet to a 1byone High Gain Low Noise Amplifier then into a 2 way splitter feeding 20 and 50 foot runs. After tweaking the direction for the best overall signal, I'm getting all the stations I wanted. I'm actually only 15 miles from the main antenna cluster but am behind a small ridge so my signal is weakened. antennaweb dot org is helpful, zoom in on your location, move the red "pin" to your exact install point and figure out which way to point. My main antenna cluster and my weakest desired station are about 45 degrees apart so I was able to point roughly halfway between them and get them all.

Overall, I'm happy with the signal I'm getting. This was a good price for the combo of antenna and pole (most comparable antennas were the same price but w/out the pole). I plan to suggest to a friend that he install one in his attic.

Rich M. 01/23/2017
1byone has great customer service

I bought this antenna back in November 2016 so that I could switch to over-the-air broadcasts and tell Comcast where they could go stick their cable bill. it pulled in approximately 37 channels, six channels that sometimes came in and sometimes didn't. So I thought let me try and amplifier and I bought one from 1byone. that amplifier didn't work. 1byone's customer service suggested that I try an amplified antenna and they sent me one out. The antenna did not pull in as many channels only 17 channels. but they were all crystal clear. So I decided to try the amplifier from the new antenna with my original antenna which is also a 1byone antenna. I am now receiving 44 channels crystal clear.

Jamie 01/16/2017
SUPER! FANTASTIC

SUPER! FANTASTIC! I can not say enough about this antenna. I haven't had tv for about 3 years due to being a single mom and it just wasn't in the budget. Well I decided to try the one time pay for a good antenna and WOW> I get 60 Channels on the first scan! It was so simple to install I even done it alone. Get a pole attach the antenna, secure to the home and run the cable (included) through a window. Accact to tv and the remote box. scan and done! I have 60 channels for the kids to watch!! I will never go back to cable again I get half of the cable channels just with the antenna and I am 50 miles from the "city". GREAT PRODUCT WORTH EVERY PENNY

Dara 12/25/2016
Powerful Antenna

I got this antenna because my local channels were not coming properly. After installing it, I am amazed by the result. I live in Chicago(the windy city) where it is the extreme weather condition most of the time and even very expensive antennas sometimes don’t work. So far I’ve had no issues at all. These days it is snowing here but the product seems to be working just fine. This antenna came in a very compact and good looking package so a very good idea for a perfect gift for anyone. The material is very high quality and getting all the parts assembled was just a piece of cake! It comes with a VERY long, high class cable. I had to get a rod though later to put the antenna a little bit up high. Also, it has a remote control which is very convenient. This product does exactly what it says. This antenna receives the signal from the channels my other antenna has never received! This is a great choice for people who want to watch TV channels without any interruption and who don’t have time to go and try several products until they find the right one! Get this product once in for all if you don’t want to regret your pick. The price is very reasonable or even low compare to other brands of this quality antenna. I am very happy with my decision and would highly recommend it to everyone. I hope my review is helpful to others and they also experience the same good am experiencing.

Roger James 12/11/2016
Nicely Designed Antenna for VHF/UHF TV that works Very Well

This is a nicely designed simple but classic 2 element VHF beam and 6 element UHF beam that snaps together is seconds. It's light weight and seems well designed for an inexpensive antenna that could be installed outside. I tried out the antenna indoors and I was able to get all the stations that i receive with my outside antenna. that cost about 4X the price. I plan on placing the antenna in the attic which should add a little extra height for a stronger signal that could help in poor weather. The advertised range seems possible as long as the antenna is at least six to ten feet off the ground. It seems strong enough to be mounted outside on a pole. It looks like it could handle most weather conditions except heavy snow or high winds which can destroy most antennas no matter how well they are built. It's a nice choice for an inexpensive VHF/UHF antenna for receiving TV signals coming to you from stations up to 45 miles as advertised.

Jeff DuBransky 11/25/2016
If you live in the Los Angeles area, this antenna will get you everything available

We live about 23 miles from Mt. Wilson and the reception is HUGELY better than the small indoor wall-mounted antenna that we tried. It's honestly a no-brainer to pay the $10 or so more to get the reception we have now. We get over 50 channels (including multiple ABC, CBS, and NBC channels, plus FOX in perfect reception), and we have no buffering problems at all. Get this antenna today.

Mr Merc 11/12/2016
Worked better with a TV antenna amplifier

I live in a suburb of NYC about 15 miles from the Trade Center by line of sight. This antenna was mounted outside on a mast approx 25' off the ground. All the elements just snapped into place. It's connected to a 75 Ohms coaxial cable which is run to a lightening arrester. I then ran it to my Samsung digital TV.
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After multiple auto-scans the TV couldn't receive any local channels including (2-13). I then connected an old Radio Shack TV antenna amplifier and repeated the auto-scan. After installing the amplifier in-line I was able to receive all my local channels and then some. The entire circuit was tested with a VOM (Volt Ohm Meter) and no flaws were found.
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There are factors that may contribute to dbi loss that should be taken into consideration. I found that amplification was necessary, Anyone mounting a digital antenna should be familiar with how far away their broadcasting stations are, the broadcasting direction, whether there are any obstructions (especially metal) and height and location of where the antenna is to be installed.
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The old analog signals dramatically differ in comparison with newer digital signals.

C 10/27/2016
Great value but needs a minor modification to secure the coaxial connection

Great value! It brings in all the main network channels available to me and I sit at "the bottom of a large hill" in a rural area. BUT...there is one design flaw. I have attached a picture to aid in my explanation. There is a 'raised collar' where the female coax connection sits - the female connection sits at the bottom of this area. This 'raised collar' makes it impossible to completely tighten your male coax connection to its female partner. So, grab your hot razor knife or in my case I used my Dremel to cut the majority of this collar off. With the collar off you can easily tighten the male coax to the female end that sits at the bottom of the hole.

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