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HDTV Indoor / Outdoor Antenna, 25 mile range
This antenna is specially designed for the new digital terrestrial broadcasts. Perfect for new HDTV's as an alternative to or accompanying other HD souces. This antenna will let you take full advantage of the built-in HD tuner in your TV. It receives the new ATSC DTV broadcasts mandated by law over VHF and UHF bandwidths.
It features state-of-the-art low noise amplifier technology and circuits for the best reception. It comes in a UV resistant and water-proof housing that is both compact and stylish. it comes with hardware to mount to either walls or poles.It is designed for both indoor and outdoor use. The main body of the unit, not including protrusions for connectors and mounts, is about 4 3/16" wide x 7 9/16" high x 1 5/8 deep.
- Low noise amplifier technology
- High directionality
- Waterproof and anti-UV housing
- User's Manual (Jul 10, 2008)
|UHF Reception Range||470-870 MHz|
|VHF Reception Range||47-230 MHz|
|Operating Temperature||-4 ~ +104°F (-20 ~ +40°C)|
|Dimensions||approx. 4.2" x 7.6" x 1.6"|
- Indoor/outdoor antenna
- Multi-directional base
- Wall mounting kit (plastic pole & screws)
- Pole mounting kit (U type screws & butterfly washers)
- 10-foot coaxial cable
- Power inserter
- AC Adapter
- User's manual
PROS: - Good Signal (if placed properly near window)
- Great for cord-cutters
CONS: - bulky and hard to hide if keeping indoors
I have not used cable/satellite TV for about 12 years now. In my last house we were located about 35 miles from the antenna farm south of town. So I purchased a large directional antenna and pointed it directly at the farm. I got all my channels in crystal clear HD, except for the TV station that whose antenna was in the opposite direction I didn't get that channel at all. So we decide to build a house in the country. My new house is about 63 miles from the antenna farm. All my neighbors told me that an antenna wouldn't work.
Before my house was done I picked up this antenna for another project I was working on.
When we moved into the new house (which has a steel roof) when I was setting up the TV in the bedroom I figure I would give this antenna a try. (Before I climbed up on the roof to measure the signal strength from the antenna farm, before I could decide what type of antenna (or antenna array) I would need to buy and set up.)
Well on the initial scan, in my house, while holding the antenna in my hand I got nearly all the local stations to tune in. In disbelief I decided to try again. This time I set up the antenna on a camera tripod (about 4 feet off the ground) outside the bedroom window on the ground floor. When I reran the channel scan, EVERY STATION came in, even the ones I didn't get before. So this weekend I will be mounting it up on my chimney, and I wouldn't be surprised I was able to tune in the Mars rover. This thing is amazing. I may buy another one just to crack it open and see what's going on inside. Don't question it. Buy it.
PROS: Sleek, small, and unobtrusive. Surprisingly powerful.
CONS: Wasn't free?
PROS: easy hook up
PROS: Very easy attic install, turned antenna in direction of channel towers located in Cedar Hill, TX using IPone compass, did channel search on (4) TVs and all found all major networks including WFAA-chnl 8-ABC that is technically a VHF station. Prior attic antenna (LAVA) would never find WFAA.
CONS: Picture of antenna indicates unit to be vertical. A newspaper article by a tech writer suggested horizontal install. When attempting TV channel search via vertical install I did not get as many stations and did not get WFAA. Strongly suggest horizontal install of antenna
PROS: Good price. Comes with all the mounting hardware. The design allows the power adapter to be placed indoor and near a power outlet.
CONS: Time will tell how this plastic antenna stands up to weather.
PROS: Very simple to install inside your house, takes about 3 minutes. Then about 2 minutes to scan and acquire channels.
CONS: where the connection is on the antenna, makes it hard to get the antenna to stand up, but it will. And to bad they won't work on tube tv or at least I couldnt get it to, but other than that works great.
Location: Brea, CA 92821 (Northern Orange County)
I installed the antenna in the rafters (inside) above the garage ceiling. It is merely suspended by the coax cable over the highest point and hanging upside down.
I now receive 42 PERFECTLY CLEAR HDTV Video Channels and 20 Analog Channels. I deleted the analog channels from my lineup. All of the Digital Channels are clear and bright. My 47 Inch Visio Flat screen from Costco picked up and labeled all of the channels below:
4-2 WX+ NR
5-2 This TV
13-1 KCOP DT
18-1 LA18.1 (English)
18-2 LA18.2 (Japanese)
18-3 LA18.3 (Japanese)
18-5 LA18.5 (Armenian)
18-7 LA18.7 (Japanese)
18-8 LA18.8 (Chinese)
22-1 KWHY-HD (Spanish)
28-1 KCET-HD (English PBS)
28-3 KCET-Vm (Spanish)
34-1 KMEX-DT (Spanish)
46-1 KFTR-DT (Spanish)
52-1 KVEA-HD (Spanish-Telemundo)
52-2 KVEA-SD (Spanish)
54-1 KAZA-DT (Spanish-??)
58-1 KLCS-DT (Next 4 KLCS-DT Channels are all different Programs)
62-1 KRCA-DT (Spanish)
62-2 KRCA-DT (Spanish)
Please note that the above comprise 82% of the Time Warner & Charter Basic TV Cable offering which costs well over $50/Month. In my book this is the equivalent to selling ice to the Eskimos !!! If you live within 40 Miles of TVLand (Los Angeles) then you will probably receive the above channels and possibly more. The picture quality on my flat screen is better with the Monoprice Digital Antenna than it was with a Time Warner Cable Package.
Hope This Helps !!!
I have mounted it on a horizontal plane and angled it SE for optimum reception, receiving ABC,CBS,NBC,FOX,PBS and many other stations
PROS: It works. Fair Price, well made easy to mount and re-orient direction.
PROS: Pulls in all the local stations (national stations) which are 50 miles away...and many more garbage stations.
Good quality at low price. The last one I had bought as an indoor antenna did not work at all. Mounted this on a second floor balcony and worked the first time.
CONS: None at this time
[Antenna]-----------------------[long video cable]--[power injector]--[TV Cable input]
By long video cable i mean the cable that you usually use to connect cable to your tv.
UHF Reception Range 470-870 MHz
VHF Reception Range 47-230 MHz
I hope this helps, thank you!