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|
This is a great antenna. Almost too goodThis is a great antenna. Almost too good. I live 30+ miles from the nearest TV tower and it picked up channels as well as my attic unit. However, when I installed it on my girlfriend's TV that's 5 miles from the towers it picked up so much noise that most channels came and went. Ended up going back to using a paperclip on her TV.So as long as you don't have major interference and can mount on a window as advised this is a great antenna.
Blew away my expectations, strongly recommendI had low expectations for this antenna setup but figured I could return it. But I was blown away I got more stations than I knew we had. My previous setup was lousy compared to this.We have a two story brick house and the antenna worked OK against the wall. But when I put it on the window it really shined! Against the wall would have been great but the window position was amazing.The antenna seem to be not directional, most directions you point the antenna seems to be about the same reception.I highly recommend this for you, easy to install and works great.
Got all the TV channels I wantedFirst, this product did what I wanted it to do, which is to give me all my local TV channels, as well as the national ones.Now, specific details.I have a TV tuner card in my computer, which I bought quite a while ago. It came running Windows 8 (the latest at that time) which had a feature called Windows Media Center which allowed me to watch regular broadcast TV on my computer. Well, I made the mistake of updating to Windows 10 which eliminated the Media Center. I finally found a program call MediaPortal which once again allows me to use my TV tuner card and watch TV on my computer.I was using regular rabbit ear antennas to capture the broadcast signal, but with MediaPortal, I was unable to get all the local TV stations I was used to.I live in NYC. So for those of you who will be familiar with this, my rabbit ears did pick up the national stations CBS (2), NBC (4), ABC (7), (and their decimal point stations), and some local ones like Fox 5 and ION (31). So I had those. I was missing Channels 9.1 (WOR), 9.2, 9.3, 9.4, 11.1 (WPIX), 11.2, 11.3, 11.4, and 13 (PBS). These are all local stations, not national ones, but I wanted them.I first installed this new Vansky antenna without the amplification unit attached and I picked up the four 9s (in addition to all the stations the rabbit ears had picked up). So the Vansky alone gave me four additional channels over the rabbit ears.Then I decided to try it with the amplification unit attached and it added all the 11s and 13. Therefore, the amplification added five additional channels. (Just an aside: I plugged the amplification unit into a regular outlet; I did not plug the USB into my computer.)I now have a total of 38 broadcast channels. All the usual NYC channels: 2, 4, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, and 31 (and their matching decimal point channels), plus a whole lot of other channels I am unfamiliar with.I am happy with this product because I got what I wanted, which was all the local broadcast stations I ought to be getting.I have to tell you honestly, that I did not play with trying multiple locations for the antenna. Perhaps if I positioned it on a different wall I might get even more channels. Or perhaps less. I know the direction the antenna faces matters, but I didn't do that. I simply placed the antenna as close to the ceiling as I could and directly above a window. I got all the stations I wanted, so I am more than satisfied.I hope the information I have provided is helpful to others.
I cut the cable and now I'm enjoying free over-the-air HDTVI cut the cord with expensive cable. I'm less than 20 miles from the TV broadcast antennas in the city I live in.Connecting this Vansky Indoor Amplified HDTV antenna to my TV was simple and I didn't need the amplifier due to the short distance from the TV towers. I only tried positioning the antenna in a couple of different locations, and reception was outstanding in all that I tried. After I had great success with the connection and reception, I ordered a second antenna for another TV in a different room. The result was the same, outstanding ease of setting up and with the reception. Highly recommend.
Pretty good.Per the transmitter websites (FCC included,) I should be able to get close to 50 channels with a 50 ft range antenna. I actually receive 32. It's a spare bedroom so I think 32 is good enough. I am not going to return this and keep trying other ones. It's just not worth my time. Out of the 32, about 7 show up as one bar strength, although I haven't seen any pixelating on these so far. One thing is that I wish that the cord for the antenna was a little longer. 20 feet would have been ideal for me. I thought that 16.5 feet sounded like a lot, but I was wrong. Just remember to allow for extra to run to the floor and then run up to the top of the window. The cord hangs across the wall a little and I was not able to put it at the very top of the window or the cord would just run across the middle of the wall. All in all, it's pretty good. If purchasing again, I would probably buy a different one to see if I'd get more channels.
Worth every penny!Wow! Why have I been wasting my money for so damn long. I thought getting your basic TV channels without cable would be more complicated. This quality is amazing. The set up was a piece of cake and the picture quality and channel line up is better than what i was paying for with cable. If you want to save money on your cable bill and are only concerned with the basic news channels get this antenna!
With this device I can get far away channels pretty good. Local channels, not so much. Update: I fixed itI dont know what to think.With this device I can get far away channels pretty good. Local channels, not so much.UPDATE: I tried moving the antenna all around till I figured I would just scrap it. Local channel reception was very spotty. I wanted to try a better amp, to see if it was the antenna or the amp. Its the amp. I replaced it with: Winegard LNA-200 Boost XT HDTV Preamplifier, TV Antenna Amplifier Signal Booster, HD Digital VHF UHF Amplifier (10x Power, Low Noise, 18 dB Max Gain) - USA . Problem solved.
Good, but limited number of channels.Product arrived in new condition and as described. Very easy to install, very user friendly. Many reviewers have suggested mounting near window, product manual suggests the same for optimal reception. The coaxial cable that is shipped with the antenna is not long enough to reach my nearest window and I believe that because of this, I am not receiving as many channels as expected. Channels are clear and crisp, and unlike other antennas used the picture remains clear no matter seating position or people moving within other rooms.Product is mounted on a wall and looks "OK". The black panel is very thin and will easily fit behind a large picture.
Excellent indoor antenna for the priceA coworker of mine recommended this antenna for digital broadcast reception because she had really good results with it. I was skeptical because I'd tried two other indoor style antennas similar to this that were considerably more expensive, without good results, but after reading the reviews I thought I'd give it a try. I'm amazed - after trying the antenna in various locations around my tv, I'm able to pull in 12 broadcast stations, all quite clearly. Plus, I get better reception after taking the booster out of the line and hooking the antenna directly to the television. I have nothing but praise for this thing. The best location I found for it wasn't even a window, it was 8' up on the wall near a corner of the living room. It's visible in the room, but not glaring or unsightly. If your looking for an indoor digital broadcast antenna, I'd definitely give this one a try.
Like it so much I bought 2 moreThis antenna is a great option for cord cutters. I initially bought just one to test it out as I was a bit skeptical but I tested it & turned around and immediately bought 2 more. Couple of tips for best use:1. This is only good if the broadcast signal is within about 50 miles from where it will be mounted. You can check how far the broadcast antenna is from you by entering your zip code at nocable.org.2. For best results you will want to mount on a wall or window, preferably one where the wide edge will be facing the direction from where the broadcast is coming.3. Do your initial mounting with scotch tape instead off the included 3M stickers. The reason is, radio waves travel differently at different times of day and even standing next to the antenna while mounting can affect the signal strength when mounting; so want to leave yourself the opportunity to adjust its position over the first couple of days before mounting permanently to ensure a quality signal across all channels.