Portable Indoor/Outdoor ATSC HDTV Antenna
    Product # 7975
    Portable Indoor/Outdoor ATSC HDTV Antenna
    Product # 7975
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    Portable Indoor/Outdoor ATSC HDTV Antenna

    Monoprice’s Mini Eco Friendly Indoor/Outdoor Antenna is specially designed for the new digital terrestrial broadcasts.  Perfect for new HDTV's as an alternative to or accompanying other HD sources.  This antenna will let you take full advantage of the built-in HD tuner in your TV. It has a ecofriendly design with ultra-low energy consumption, <10mA! There is a built-in super low noise amplifier, it comes with wall mounting and pole mounting options, can be used indoors or outdoors, and has water-proof and anti-UV housing. With its small design this unit is the perfect portable antenna. The cable attached to the antenna is about 9.8 ft long.

     

    Frequency Range: 174MHz ~ 870MHz

     

    Gain: 13 +/- 5dB

     

    Noise Figure (Max.) <2dB

     

    RF Output Impedance: 75 Ohm

     

    Dimensions: 28.5x15.2x146.5mm (1.1”x0.5”x5.8”)

     

    10mA Low Energy Consumption

     

    Wall mount and Pole mount hardware included

     

    Water-Proof and Anti-UV housing

     

     

     

    Included:

     

    Antenna Unit

     

    Holder

     

    Screws, Double Sided Tape, and Anchors for mounting

     

    Power Adapter: AC120V (230V)/DC12V/250mA

     

    Power Inserter:

     

              Insertion Loss: <2dB

     

              DC Input: +9 ~ 12V

     

              DC Output: +5V

     

              Input Connector: F (IEC) Female

     

              Output Connector: F (IEC) Male

     

     

     
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    Would you guys recommend this one or the 7975 indoor/outdoor version that's amplified? Going to be for a condo on 4th floor facing East with balcony/window, ideally keeping it indoors in Vancouver/Burnaby.
    Raymond C on Nov 29, 2016
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    3.9 / 5.0
    54 Reviews
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    Great design, great price
    I've been through a number of tv antennas - we've never used cable or satellite service. We recently moved to a location with much trickier reception. We had several antennas - simple rabbit ears to a new amplified multidirectional recommended at a local big box store. Each actually had similar performance - great reception of a few local stations depending on position. But no position that worked for all of them.
    This one wasn't a whole lot different, except it's designed for outdoor use too. I picked up a long coax cable along with it and easily found a spot where all stations tune in extremely well. And it's so small and discrete, I didn't even have to climb the roof, I just ran it along a deck rail away from the house. It's really, really small - smaller than any remote control I've seen.
    I've never found any particular antenna design or technology to make much difference in reception - for me, finding the best position for the antenna has been more important. I think this one is ideal for that - very small, inconspicuous design, and amplified so you can run it on a long cable. And a great price here.

    PROS: Tiny
    Works great
    Cheap

    CONS: Still needs to be set in a good location
    November 12, 2011
    Not that reliable
    I bought this to replace a Homeworx thin antenna because a couple channels wouldn't come in no matter where i moved it. I thought an amplified antenna would work but unfortunately this antenna was worse, most channels would go out at some time. After about a week of moving it around and giving it up i went back to the other antenna.

    PROS: it's small

    has a long cable

    CONS: channels never came in correctly
    June 15, 2015
    Good enough
    For $10 it was worth it even with the loss in performance form installing the extra cable for the clean look of going behind the wall. If I would have a stand mount then this would have worked even better.

    PROS: Gave me reception to NBC, ABC, WGN, PBS, FOX and a few other small stations

    Only $10

    CONS: This has a small (1/2" X 3") box which has a power adapter which needs to be plugged in. With the contents you must install this directly to your TV. However if you want to install the TV on the wall and put the wired behind the wall then I cannot do this because of code involving power cords being free behind the wall.

    I got around this by installing a regular cable behind the wall and I hooked up the box at the bottom by the outlet. Unfortunately I did lose some reception quality with going this route but its still better than nothing.

    Just using the antenna part directly to the TV itself gave worse reception than using the power box along with the added cable.
    February 6, 2013
    Surprisingly good
    I wanted to place an antenna in a window for better indoor reception. This tiny model has great reception and kept me from having to run coax and DC power outdoors.

    It seems to me that the point of having an amplified antenna is when you are running a length of coax to the antenna. Therefore, the connector on this antenna should be female not male. If you plan to run coax, be sure you have a female to female coupler.

    PROS: Small and convenient, good reception

    CONS: Connector is male BNC, when female makes more sense.
    May 14, 2012
    5/5
    I'm on the southeast side of Kansas City, around 7 to 14 miles from the local stations. This antenna picks up all the local channels when used with the power adapter and placed in a window facing northwest.

    PROS: Small, unobtrusive, simple, inexpensive, and effective
    November 21, 2015
    Good antenna, tiny works pretty well
    Considering the price and size this is a great antenna. Works mounted on the wall behind the TV. The antenna can be rotated on the wall mount which helps with reception on different channels.

    PROS: Low Price, Small form factor, Works pretty well,

    CONS: Sometimes gets spotty reception
    November 25, 2012
    Great little Antenna
    5/5

    PROS: This antenna works well. It works best if you can place it near a window, but it's still great indoors. I'ver purchased one for each tv.
    August 5, 2015
    Works for my needs
    Had recently installed a 55" LCD-LED on the wall. I'm hooked up to Dish Network, but still want to be able to have access to OTA signals. I wanted to hide everything inside the wall cavity or behind the TV. This served the purpose wonderfully. I was able to hide this compact little fella behind the TV and it can be seen only if you are at some extreme angle ie you've got to be looking for it. I tried to mount it on the back of the TV itself, but RF interference(?) masked almost all of the local stations. Moving it just a few inches to the wall solved that. I used masking tape as a temporary method to hold the antenna as I oriented it and repeatedly ran the scan function of the TV. Once I figured out where it needed to be I used Scotch Command tape rather than the supplied foam tape. (The Command stuff will release without tearing the paint or texture off the wall.) Highly recommend, now I need a couple more but MP is out of stock -(

    PROS: Compact, pulls in the stations, cords are easily long enough (too long for me actually), quality build, low cost. FYI-The power connector is 5.5mm x 2.1mm

    CONS: Wish the cords were shorter, but that could cause problems for others, so this is really not a con.
    March 22, 2012
    4/5
    I am only submitting this review to let people know that in my case I was able to use this outdoors in hot sun and also in sub-zero temperatures and it continues to work. The only negative is, as other reviewers have pointed out, from day one it was very picky about placement. I can move it a quarter inch and it will go from 95% signal strength to 40% signal strength. It took a long time of moving it around and checking all of the channels before I got it in a place where I could get them all to come in. The strangest thing is that all of the stations except one have their transmitter in the same place and I am line of sight and about 15 miles to all of them.

    PROS: Has worked in extreme weather outdoors for over a year

    CONS: Very picky on location
    November 23, 2013
    Sure beats the coat hanger I was using :)
    I went cheap on the antenna. Probably should have gotten a better model.
    Be nice to have a quick way of repositioning it for temporary adjustments rather than doing a fixed screw/tape mount.

    PROS: Small
    Inexpensive

    CONS: Reception
    September 24, 2012

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