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The GE Digital Pro Outdoor Yagi Antenna is the ideal counterpart to streaming digital content. Do you stream videos through a PC, Roku, game console or other device? Add an HD antenna, get free local TV on your system and eliminate pricey cable and satellite services for good. Antenna reception is based on the distance from your home to the TV broadcast tower-the farther you are from the source, the fainter the signal. Locate the broadcasting towers in your area, then choose the antenna that offers the best features and signal reception for your home. This antenna is designed for maximum reception range within 70 miles. Mounting bracket, mast and assembly instructions are included and the antenna may be used in the attic instead of outdoor. This product comes with a limited lifetime warranty.
Finaly a antenna that works. 10 star not 5
Wow. Just got it couple hours ago. 40 years fighting antenna. Inside on table near window. First scan 40 channels with 38 good and clear no flickering. Rescaned got 38 channels 36 good after a slight moving. Bought 3 of those flat things. Waste of money. Paid same for those 3 as I did this one. I am so happy
Excellent TV antenna for the price.
I previously installed one of these antennas on my roof and pointed it at the Mt Wilson (Los Angeles) TV antenna farm which is 38 miles from my home. I have a 20 foot cable run from the antenna to a two-way splitter, then from there a 30 foot run to a three-way splitter which has three 20-30 foot runs to three TVs. I expected to need an amplifier just before the three-way split, but not so. I now get 166 channels, all perfectly clear, on each TV with no drop-outs. I ordered this one to install on my friend’s roof so he can enjoy the same OTA service!
Great Product and Very affordable
I wanted to get the local channels in my area so I decided to purchase this antenna kit.It was very easy to assemble and install.I get a crystal clear picture you can’t beat the price.I would recommend this product to friends and family.
It worked like it said
It worked like it said. The signal was good for a distance of about 60 miles from my house and the antenna was in my basement too. I had to buy a amplified splitter to deliver the signal to 4 tvs and they work great. Free local channels.
AWESOME!! I live in Albion NY. Put the antenna on my roof about 25′ off the ground and pointed it to Rochester NY (about 35 miles). Did a channel scan and am picking up 23 channels, all with awesome quality. I am currently watching Alabama stomp on Florida in HD quality. Time Warner/Spectrum… Keep your overpriced cable!
Exactly What I Needed
I mounted this antenna in the attic, and connected it to an existing coax input to my home, which was formerly used for satellite service; and then initiated a channel scan. I receive all 52 available channels in our area without an amplifier. All stations have solid signal strength. I’m in a metro area with relatively flat terrain; and I’m about 20-25 miles from the transmitters. My receiver is a tivo Roamio DVR. Since I was able to connect it to my existing home coax network, it was a very easy installation.
works great 40 miles away from broadcast tower clear picture and I mounted it in attic
Great reception, channels are clear.
Just received, took 1/2 hour to put together, all parts included. Installed in attic, wow is all I can say. Great product, fair price.
Get this one
This thing is excellent. Had the one that rotates for one year. Had trouble keeping the channels working, and the rotor quit working. 150 mile range? Gimme a break. This thing only has a 70 mile range (I’m in northern Michigan in the middle of nowhere), and it doesn’t have a rotor, looks like the one my Dad had on top of the house when I was a kid in the 60’s, but it’s rock solid. I pointed it in the middle of the major networks’ broadcasting towers, and everything comes in crystal clear.