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Large Paper Thin HDTV Antenna, 35 Mile Range
This is the TV Antenna your cable company doesn't want you to know about. Never pay for cable or satellite again with our Monoprice's 0.2" Paper Thin HDTV Antennas!
This Large Paper Thin HDTV Antenna measures 13.0" x 11.8" and has a range of up to 35 miles, allowing you to receive local ATSC channels in Full HD. All this without any power requirements, making it quick and easy to get everything up and running, without any limitations to your preferred mounting location for the best reception possible.
Equipped with everything you need, the paper thin design allows you to easily place it in different positions and locations. With such flexibility you can stick it to a window or wall, or even under a kitchen cabinet, using the included hook & loop patches or place it on table using the included base/stand.
The number of channels you receive is determined by how far you are from the transmission towers, as well as your surrounding environment.
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Both of theses antennas really only pull in a few channels that are only a couple of miles away. The Large Paper Thin Antenna pulls in channels from 25-30 miles away. I am in south-central PA where it is very hilly. I have this antenna on a shelf above the TV on the first floor. The higher the better and turning it to different angles makes a difference as well. I can't , nor did I want to mount it in a window, so that option was out for me, but it may provide better results.
PROS: Pulls in more channels
CONS: Sensitive to directional placement
Mounting height does play a factor and the antenna in the living room yielded more stations than the one in the bedroom. I would definitely check the AntennaWeb site (http://www.antennaweb.org/Address.aspx) to see if you may benefit from this antenna (Product 13805). Terrain and location will matter, regardless of the type of antenna you get for over the air stations.
PROS: Quality, size and price
PROS: Works as advertised
CONS: `Kinda flimsy looking. And there is a note about the Antenna may not be sold in California or something like that due to what's in the plastic.
The antenna can be a little sensitive to interference and position, but 99% of the time it works fine. And I think it has much to do with where we live as well.
The Superbowl was amazing. (yes, you do get 5.1 surround on OTA broadcasts)
PROS: Extremely easy to set up, comes with its own base and a relatively long coax cable.
CONS: It's a bit large, about the size of a magazine page, and black. I'm sure they could make one that can be more customize-able for aesthetics one day.
That said, it's not that hard on the eyes, especially when you aren't paying cable fees!
According to antennaweb.org, I should be able to receive up to 14 channels from my location with the right antenna. The problem so far has been that the right antenna hasn't displayed anything useful. The Large Paper Thin HDTV Antenna from Monoprice has changed that for the better. I now receive 6 channels in crystal clarity.
In order to receive these stations, I have to hang the antenna high on a wall that is perpendicular to the TVs orientation. Theoretically, I should receive more since there are other channels on the same broadcast tower that I don't receive.
My biggest complaint is I now have a large, black square on my wall. I wish there was a way to camouflage it in a picture frame or mirror or clock.
PROS: Works well
CONS: Obvious - as in doesn't blend with surroundings
PROS: Nice Design
CONS: Did not tune any channels for me
PROS: very flat and sleek
CONS: doesn't have good reception
PROS: lightweight, easy to handle, easy to place
CONS: None known