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Outdoor TV Antenna Specification:
Frequency Range:174-230MHz; 470-862MHz
Receiving Range: VHF/UHF
Built-in Amplified Antenna Gain: 21-23dB for VHF; 26-28dB for UHF
Power Supply Input: AC 110V 60Hz
Power Supply Output: DC 12V 100mA
1x Outdoor Antenna
1x Power Supply Unit (PSU)
1x 1.5m coaxial cable (from PSU to TV)
1x 21-Inch J-shape Pole
1x Mounting Base
1x User Manual
2x 6*19mm screw
1x 6*43mm screw
3x 6mm hexagon nut
2x 7*45 mm Plastic Anchor Bolt
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. Also check to make sure you have correctly connected the antenna to your HDTV or third-party HD receiver ;
2. Re-Scan for Channels. In the TV’s setup menu, set the mode to Antenna or Air. Refer to the TV manual for detailed instructions ;
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 picture quality and how many channels you can receive. Once you receive the antenna, please try to place the antenna in various locations to find a best signal reception spot. After finding the optimal location for your antenna, you may be surprised by how many HD channels you receive ;
5. If your TV has no built-in tuner, you can add an ATSC digital converter box to receive the HD signal, put B07CF738QM or B01N5MLC1M into Amazon search box for 1byone converter box;
6. Before you buy, find out what channels are available in your area by visit "dtv.gov/maps" or "tvfool";
Excellent value and performance
March 16, 2017:
This antenna is very easy to put together and shipping was fast
Was originally going to install this antenna outside but decided to install it in the attic instead to avoid outside elements. It is currently connected to 2 TVs and it picked up 38 OTA channels..The channels on the TVs are very clear and there has been no issues with reception. This antenna is very easy to put together and shipping was fast.
Liked the first so much, I bought a second.
This was the second antenna purchased from 1byone of the same type. I pointed the first antenna magnetic north to pickup Baltimore channels, although the website recommending the best choice was for the Washington channels at 250 relative to magnetic north. I mounted the first in a low attic and was amazed that I picked up 61 channels. I will be using this second antenna in a higher attic to point to Washington, D.C. Your results may vary depending on terrain, obstacles, etc. I’ll update this review after installing this second antenna. I did discover that your success for picking up shaky channels might just be a very slight orientation change.
Flat terrain, effective to 52.7 miles, easy installation!
Terrain: Flat (Southern Mississippi/Louisiana)
48 local HD channels, love it!!
Love this Antenna
Love this antenna! I was going to convert my direct tv dish into an HD antenna, but didn’t need to after all. I bought this antenna and it was incredibly easy to install. I simply removed the nuts holding the dish onto the pole; then pulled out top of arm to unscrew the coaxial cable.
Amazing results with this antena
I placed it on the roof and connected to the coaxial cable after I disconnected the dish from Direct TV. I ran the auto search on the TV and I couldn’t believe how many crystal clear channels it picked up. Now I can watch all the Sunday NFL games on the network channels and so much more. The towers are 60 or 70 miles from my house. I had tried one of those flat indoor antennas but it didn’t work at all. This one is great and I didn’t even connect the booster. I couldn’t be happier.
Buy this. Now!
I can get about 60 channels, 17 VHF and a bunch of UHF, too many too list. I have it in my attic floor about 10 feet off the floor of the basement. I just stuck it up there, it’s not even mounted to anything. When I had it indoors, just to see if it worked, all I got was UHF. Problem was the AC ductwork is all covered with aluminum so it robbed all the VHF signal. It’s actually mounted a few feet lower than inside the vaulted ceiling but about 20 feet closer to the towers inside a single story house attic. I was so impressed with the VHF signals crom ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, and PBS that I forgot all about the amplifier. It added about 15 more UHF cnannels that I dont care about, but thet all come crystal clear HD, unlike Direct TV which compresses their signal. I have a 4K TV, so Direct TV was no HD, that is the first thing I noticed was how clear and bright all the channels were. It was like getting a brand new TV and seeing 4K for the first time. Not to mention, I save $140 a month. I also bought a TiVo box and subscription, plus HULU tv, so my total bill is now about twenty five buxks per month, but I can record anyting, two shows at once, and the guide that comes with TiVo is incredible. Gives you all the details of every show, the resolution, dates, story lines, much more info than I ever got with cable or satellite. I also have to wonder how much power the Direct TV box was consuming, since it was always on, always hot, and weighs a ton. Plus there were to booster boxes for the dish, a seperate wifi box. All used AC power all the time, always hot too. I hope to save a litte $$ by not having to rrun all those boxes and converters. The only downside so far ( had this about a month now) is that when there is a thunderstorm or heavy rain the signal poops out, just like satellite. Otherwise, it’s the best fifty bucks I have ever spent in my life, should save me over a thousand dollars a year. I live about 35 miles from the nearest transmitters, over flat terrain, no trees blocking the signal.