HDTV Indoor TV Antenna ATSC Standard 20-50 miles range with USB Amplifier Adapter 21*12cm
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- Enjoy Free HD Channels - Watch over-the-air (OTA) TV channels without a cable or satellite subscription. TV Antenna receives free FULL HD Channels including ABC, CBS, NBC, PBC, Fox and others.
- CLEAR HD RECEPTION - Enjoy crystal clear HDTV shows in 720p, 1080i, 1080p, and ATSC where available. This antenna can pull in hundreds of crystal clear digital & HD shows! Compatible with TV converter boxes and digital televisions/4K Ultra High Definition (4K UHD) TVs.
- Detachable Amplifier - The amplifier/booster can enhance signals weakened by the obstructions between your TV antenna and local broadcast towers. Remove it for better reception if close to the broadcast towers
- Paper-Thin Design - Super thin with 3m coaxial cable to make installation anywhere in the home extremely easy. Hide it behind the TV, lay flat on a table, or stick on a window or wall.
② Install in minutes
③ No tools needed
④ Pull in free HD signals
② "TVFool" is more complex but gives a lot more detail including gorgeous plots of theoretical signal strength and where the broadcast towers are located.
Step 2: Connect the antenna directly to HDTVs with HD tuners or through a set top box for TVs without HD tuners.
Step 3: Scan for channels and access all your favorite local and national programs completely for no need pay money.
You can Remove the Detachable antenna amplifier if your house is within 20 miles range from the tower. We do NOT Recommend to use this amplifier or booster if your house is very close to the broadcast tower and the signal is already very strong.
① Check to make sure you have correctly connected the hd antenna to your HDTV or third-party HD receiver.
② Re-scan for channels: In the TV's setup menu, set the mode to hdtv antenna or air. Refer to the TV manual for detailed instructions.
③ Reposition the indoor hd antenna in a different location. It is suggested place it higher on a wall or closer to a window. Sometimes moving a few feet can make a difference.
④ keep the hdtv antenna away from those big power consumption devices interference, such as air conditioner, refrigerator, and microwave oven, etc.
① Recommended for use in the United States (product frequency range 470-862Mhz);
② Less than 20 miles from the signal base station is not recommended to use the amplifier, more than 20 miles, plug in the USB, the amplifier began to work, to better receive the signal;
③ HDTV does not require a set-top box to connect the antenna to operate "channel search". The process may take 2-10 minutes. Non-HDTV needs to connect the antenna to the set-top box to find the program.
④ When placing the antenna in the room, it is recommended to try a different location to find the best receiving location.
|Connector||F Male male pin|
|Antenna||25DB(include amplifier)/5DB(not include amplifier)|
|Accept_Ranges||20 miles (no amplifiers used) - 50 miles (using amplifiers)|
|Frequency Response Range||470-862Mhz|
|Package Contents||Antenna*1, USB cable & patch cord*1, adaptor*1, English manual*1|
Awesome!Easy and worked! I got 40 channels!
Not badNothing real bad or great about this but you get what you pay for.
These worked great!Firstly, please not the quality will depend on your location and interference between location and tower.That being said, in optimal situation, they provided about 40 clear HD channels easily.Installed one out in middle of NOWHERE as well. simply put it in the window facing toward the direction of the tower miles away, and still got 36 channels. not bad.
Very good productWorks as described... much better than my previous antenna ! Not using amplifier, not needed...
Still in the boxHaven’t use it , still in the box
Great productI get in most channels advertised. I had taped it to the wall at first but then leaving it near the window as recommended works so much better.Thanks!
So easy to assembleFor my smart tv
Worth it. Ditch cable2 mins to set up and picture was good.
TVWorks well for tha channels availablePicture better than ComcastHan some problem with wiring because different routing gave different signal