Indoor/Outdoor ATSC HDTV Antenna, 50 mile range
    Product # 7976
    Indoor/Outdoor ATSC HDTV Antenna, 50 mile range
    Product # 7976
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    Indoor/Outdoor ATSC HDTV Antenna, 50 mile range

    Why pay for a cable or satellite subscription when you can get free digital TV broadcast signals using this HDTV Indoor/Outdoor Antenna from Monoprice?

    This antenna is both waterproof and features a housing that resists UV rays, making it suitable for use outdoors in all weather conditions. It comes with hardware so that it can be mounted directly to a wall or attached to a pole. It features a low-noise amplifier for maximum signal quality.

    Support Files:

    Model 7976
    VHF Frequency Range 47 ~ 230MHz
    UHF Frequency Range 470 ~ 870MHz
    Gain 20 +/- 3dB
    VHF Element Gain > 0dB @ 230MHz
    UHF Element Gain > 8dB @ 860MHz
    Noise Figure < 4dB
    Operating Temperature -20°C to +40°C
    Dimensions 13 3/4" long x 6 7/16" wide x 2 3/4" thick

    Included in the Box:

    • 1x Antenna with female F-type connector
    • 1x Flexible antenna base
    • 4x Wall mounting screws
    • 4x Wall mounting plastic anchors
    • 2x Pole mounting U bolts
    • 4x Pole mounting wing nuts
    • 1x Power inserter (with 5 3/4" long cable)
    • 1x AC power adapter with 74" cord
    • 1x Coaxial cable (116" long)

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    169 Reviews

    83.79% of the reviewers recommend this product



    • Rick,
    •  Blaine, MN 
    • 10/11/2016 9:12:02 AM

    Pros: Easy to setup, works well.

    Cons: None!

    Order one to try out as I've tried numerous other antennas with no luck. Fired this one up, and in seconds I pulled up over 30 channels being 30-35 miles from the broadcasting areas in the Twin Cities, and the antenna was position inside! Used an old camera flash stand to mount.

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    Great Antenna, Great Price

    • Adam,
    •  LANSING, MI 
    • 10/10/2016 6:08:43 AM

    Pros: Setup was straight forward. I got all of the channels I had hoped for. It was a great price. The product seems sturdy and stable.

    I live on the top (2nd) floor of a city apartment building and did not know what to expect from this little guy. The channel I wanted to receive the most is also located the farthest away of our local channels, about 22 miles. I had no problem receiving the channel and I am super pleased with the entire experience

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    Second time

    • Anonymous,
    •  Columbia, MD 
    • 9/14/2016 8:21:13 AM

    Pros: Small, easily installed, inexpensive, fairly effective.

    Cons: Cons? It doesn't change your life ... or make it seem like the broadcast is coming from just down the road ...

    I've had one of these up and running for a while now ... and with mixed, but generally good results. It's always been susceptible to multipath problems, and a station that comes in fine pixelates and sometimes disappears altogether when, for instance, a plane goes by. I've got it mounted outdoors, but on an upstairs deck railing, where I can step out on the deck and redirect it, since I live between two major cities. Of course, that doesn't help much with the multipath, but it can occasionally gain some signal strength.
    I recently ordered another of these when it went on sale, because it has seemed to be getting less and less "strong" in pulling the signals I need. I think I've read somewhere that the type of amplifier this antenna uses will deteriorate over time. I haven't swapped in the new one yet, but will soon.
    I guess all this says that it's a product I'd buy again (just did!) and would recommend, but with the understanding that it's not miraculous - but it's pretty good at what it does. And like more and more people, I'll put up with a lot rather than subscribe to cable to watch broadcast stations I only watch occasionally. The rest of the time, we're streaming Amazon, PBS, Netflix, etc., with our trusty Roku and a Verizon FiOS account.

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    Cutting the Cox Cable cord

    • Anonymous,
    •  Bristol, RI 
    • 9/1/2016 8:40:46 AM

    Pros: Its all good!

    Cons: Cable company won't be getting $125 every month from me.

    Got one of these just to see if I could cut the Cox Cable cord. I am 20 miles from Providence and was just hoping to draw in the network affiliates. The HD TV did its channel search routine and I was absolutely thrilled to have very strong digital stations from PVD, but was even more amazed to draw in another dozen HD channels from Boston, 70 miles away!

    Ordered two more for the other televisions in the house.

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    Not as good as Clear TV

    • Wess Mechler,
    •  Brunswick, OH 
    • 8/29/2016 9:01:57 AM

    Pros: It is compact and comes with all needed equipment and cables.

    Cons: Does not do as well as a $10 indoor antenna.

    I had ordered a Clear TV from a TV ad and it works better indoors that this antenna. Since I life in a rented unit I cannot mount it outdoors. I do live in area about 30 miles from a major city.

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