Thin and Shiny Indoor HDTV Antenna-25 Miles
- FREE FOR LIFE - Never Pay Your Cable or Satellite For Television Again! 1byone antenna can pull in all of your local news, weather, sitcoms, kids and sports programs absolutely FREE. Just connect it to your television and let the antenna do all the work.
- Longer Cable, Easier Setup – Our included 16.5-foot coaxial cable makes it easy for you to place the antenna in the area with the best reception in your house, and is especially useful for customers whose TV's are not near windows.
- FULL HD - 25 Miles range to access from broadcast tower. It delivers full 1080p HD to any digital-ready TV.
- WHAT WE CARE - We don't care about any profits or any earns. What we DO care about is customers have happy purchasing experience and will TRUST "1byone" brand after the first use. All we want is happy customers.
- BUYER GUARANTEE - We stand behind our antenna 100% with one year warranty. We do offer a 30 day money back guarantee on all new items in order for you to test the suitability in your area.
1byone Super Thin TV Antenna
1. Receives free High Definition TV broadcast signals (such as ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, The CW, and PBS). Supports 1080p HD.
2. Can be easily hidden from view behind a picture, bookshelf or television.
3. Fast setup in 3 easy steps – Unwrap, Plug in, and Scan channels.
4. Easy to place high on a window or wall or flat on a table for great reception to watch crystal clear HD shows! You may also use the 1byone TV antenna stand for tabletop placement.
5. If your location's HD digital over-the-air signal is very weak or you are located very far from a broadcast tower, consider purchasing our 1byone High Gain TV Antenna Amplifier.
1. If you are using a flat screen HDTV, please check your TV's manual to make sure your TV has a built-in tuner for receiving over-the-air broadcasts.
2. You should retune your TV and digital box from time to time to ensure you are receiving all available services. Retuning takes only a few minutes and can be done with your remote control.
3. Make sure your tuner can receive HD signals, otherwise you won't be able to receive and watch HD channels.
4. Signal quality determines how many channels you can receive as well as picture quality. Once you receive the antenna, hook it up to your TV, and try moving it around your home to find the placement with the best signal. You might be surprised how many HD channels you can receive!
5. All of our antennas have a 12 months warranty. If you are not satisfied with the amount of channels you are receiving, please contact us so we may immediately assist you and help to solve any problems you have.
6. Before you buy, find out what channels are available in your area. Visit: http://dtv.gov/maps or http://www.tvfool.com.
How any antenna words depends on your exact location. does anyone know how to find out about that? or even, how does it do in mesa az?
I made a list of TO DOs for Antenna buyers I'll share here:
1. First go to TVFOOL dot com. And type in your ZIP CODE. You will see a color coded list of possible channels, and the most informative info of any antenna site.
2. From their list for your Zip Code look at the specs called "LOS" [Line of site -- can you see the tower?] and "1-edge" and "2-edge" -- this tells how many mountains are in your distance making these channels more difficult to get their signal.
3. IF you are too close to a Tower, disconnect the 'amplifier' and try again without it. YOU may have to move the Antenna around to 'AIM' it directly at the visible tower [ I have to do the 'aiming' in order to get the 13 available channels I get.
4. An antenna with the largest size [square inches] will pick up better reception from my experience. This 1byOne antenna is larger size [sq. inches of surface] and as soon as it arrives tomorrow will test it out on my TV's. My local channels are all "LOS -- Line of site" so I will aim the new antennas at the visible tower [8 miles away]. Even the multi antennas have to be aimed by me and I returned a ANTV AMPLIFIED antenna - reception was worse than non-amplified due to closeness of 8 mile away towers!
I was excited to get the 50 mile range antenna as a gift however it does not pick up all of the local network affiliate channels. Suggestions?
Turn off the amplifier! I just got mine last night, and I live in a major city also. I was shocked when only 5 digital channels were detected by my TV. I moved the antenna around a few times and still had no luck. Finally, when looking on 1byOne's website I saw a tip about how if you're close to the broadcasting station, the amplifier can cause it to "self-oscillate" resulting in a bad signal. I turned off the amplifier and sure enough, the other channels I was missing were detected without moving the antenna.
Would this product work in an area with a good amount of trees? I have 6 useable towers within 27 miles on average distance.
Based on my experience the antenna I have mounted on a window facing six large full trees and the television signals have not been affected at all. I cannot attest to your unique circumstances, but other antennas that I have experimented with did not perform at all - I lost many stations. I have gone from about 5-10 channels on a good day with other antennas + amplifiers to greater than 50 channels sustained with the 1byone + amplifier antenna (it comes with an amp). I live in the rural outskirts of Fort Worth, Texas. If one window does not work, you might try another window and make sure you buy one with ample cable - I think they come with different lengths...Good luck.
How do you change channels?
once you connect the antenna to your TV, you will go to the menu and have the TV search for channels. Once it has all the channels saved you simply use your remote to change channels. Basically the same way you would normally change the channels.
can i hang it in my attic
yes only if you have a source of power up there and the amplifier to boost up the signal if you plan to split to multiple locations (not recommended)
What's the difference between the white/blac/silver one and the "window" one?
The difference between each one other than color is the distance of reception. When selecting an antenna, it is suggested to know how far (distance in a straight line) to the television broadcast tower. Select the antenna according to distance. The window antenna has suction cups, so you can mount it on the glass portion of a window. see less
hi. I have a roku tv with the roku controller. I see the antenna in connection on my tv. do I have to buy a different controller to change channels and control the antenna channels? thanks for any help.
I have a Samsung TV. There is a TV mode, and you just press up channel or down channel, or enter a number. If your Roku has numbers and an up channel and down channel, it is probably going to work.
Will this work in Ghana,west Africa?
If you have regular digital broadcasts like here in the US it should.
I have anolog tv and I can't get any channels would this work?
This only works on an analog TV if you have a digital converter box connected to it first. You will then connect this antenna to the digital converter box that's connected to your analog TV.
What kind of tape works best at holding the antenna up? In reviews people state that the tape is weak and used something else but don't say what.
I used just the little white plastic Command hooks. My antenna just sits right in them. I will try to submit a picture.
I have the 35 mile one. abc works fine, but fox (27 miles away) is extremely laggy. would the 50 mile one make a difference or not?
Yes the 50 mile antenna works a whole lot better in picking up fox or other stations!
I agree with what was mentioned that there are a lot of factors that could make a difference. But I believe the 50 mile one will make a difference as it has an amplifier. I have two of the 50 mile ones even though I live only about 23 miles from the major Washington DC stations. When I turn the amplifier off, I can't receive many of the stations, but can receive all of the major networks and about 40 channels total with the amplifier turned on. I do have to also find just the right spot near a window facing toward DC to put the antenna. But once I've found the perfect spot, the picture has been excellent when the amplifier is on.
will it work in 94595 zip code?
If channels are available within its range, with proper placement it should pick up most or all of them. This is a superb antenna.
Does it work with roku?
This is meant to find local channel signals. It should work for any TV that has a cable co axle set up. You need an internet connection to stream on roku. This antenna picks up any High Definition Digital Signal that is being broadcast by local TV Stations. Roku on the other hand, is a different technology. To use Roku you must be the internet, and if you want to stream programs, you need a fairly high speed internet connection. Hope this helps.