Active Indoor/Outdoor HD6 HDTV Antenna, 50 Mile Range
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    Active Indoor/Outdoor HD6 HDTV Antenna, 50 Mile Range
    Product # 15953
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    Active Indoor/Outdoor HD6 HDTV Antenna, 50 Mile Range

    Break free from subscription TV with Monoprice's Active Indoor/Outdoor HD6 HDTV Antenna. This antenna's 50 mile range makes it the best option for viewing national networks and local channels without additional monthly fees.

    This antenna gives you an easy to use option for getting free HDTV broadcasts from channels such as ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, Fox, and more. it enables you to reject the cable and satellite TV companies and their high monthly fees for free, everyday, full HD digital TV!

    The antenna is easy to mount outdoors with the included mounting hardware or the easy to install indoor stand. Note that channel reception will be affected by what is broadcast in your area, your surroundings (mountains, etc), and how far away you are from the towers.

    Features:

    • Watch HDTV shows for free (no more cable bills!)
    • Receives Full HD digital UHF TV signals
    • Built-in wideband amplifier for best performance
    • Enjoy multidirectional reception up to 50 miles from a tower
    • Mount inside, in the attic, outside, or on a rail
    • Weather and lightning resistant
    • Simple setup out of the box
    • Can be mounted on a wall or rail


    Please Note: Channel reception will be affected by what is broadcast in your area, your surroundings (mountains, etc), and how far away you are from the towers.


     
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    Just about what you'd expect if you're not overly optimistic
    With a mix of VHF and UHF channels at a range of distances from 8 mi to nearly 50 mi and nothing between us but clear blue sky my home seemed like a good candidate for this omni-directional amplified antenna; and even before the price reduction it was easily the best deal I could find.

    It's smaller than I expected and made almost entirely of plastic. It may hold up for a little while outdoors, but I don't expect long life from it in the harsh Oklahoma sun with my network transmitters being nearly due south. If the wind doesn't kill it first then the near-constant UV will probably do it in.

    Instructions are incredibly sparse, and a mild paraphrase might say "hook it up to your TV, then scan your channels." Like others I can't tell what the intended orientation is. From the included tabletop stand you could infer that it's supposed to be horizontal and with the narrower "point" toward the signal source, but that's barely more than an educated guess. I'm currently using it in the horizontal orientation with mixed results.

    A quick indoor test when I unpacked it brought in 8 DTV channels on two UHF frequencies. I had high hopes when I mounted it in its permanent home outside below the old (abandoned) satellite dish. Alas, it now pulls in only one UHF station from that spot, from (somewhat ironically) the farthest transmitter.

    I intend to keep experimenting with placement to see if I can get a decent broad-spectrum result from this unit, but I'm going to keep shopping for something a little more powerful and a lot more durable. In the interim this is a perfectly acceptable value for our rental home.
    November 29, 2016
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    Does it pick up VHF signals as well?
    A shopper on Nov 28, 2016
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    BEST ANSWER: Yes, it picks up VHF, but the signals are weaker. I have only used it indoors, and with it down low behind the TV, VHF signals were intermittent at best. If I raised it up about 6 feet above the TV, then it picks up VHF. You definitely have to move it around to find the best VHF signal. Most of the UHF channels were solid no matter where the antenna was placed. I'm pretty sure it would be much stronger if I mounted it outside.
    Not much instruction on how to mount this thing, should the antenna be horizontal or vertical when mounted on the roof?
    anh d on Nov 24, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: I have not mounted on the roof, but would recommend you check the signal with the antenna in various positions and mount it accordingly.
    Is this antenna Omnidirectional? i am very happy with the HDTV IndoorOutdoor Antenna, 25 mile range (Item 4730) however it needs to be moved for different stations. this one is more powerful so im thinking of purchasing but i really want something with a broader receiving angle.
    A shopper on Dec 2, 2016
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