Channel Master 4228HD Long-Range Outdoor HDTV Antenna

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Channel Master 4228HD Long Range Outdoor HDTV Antenna:
  • Offers optimum reception for today's digital broadcasts
  • Receives HDTV, High VHF and UHF signals
  • Reception of up to 45 miles for VHF, up to 60 miles for UHF
  • Easy to install; easily mount to a traditional antenna ma
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    The Channel Master 4228HD Long-Range Outdoor HDTV Antenna has a range of 75 miles. It features eight bats and is compatible with UHF, VHF, FM and HD signals. The long-range HDTV antenna includes a DBS mount. It also is equipped with a built-in PCB balun and matching transformer.

    About this item

    Important Made in USA Origin Disclaimer: For certain items sold by Walmart on Walmart.com, the displayed country of origin information may not be accurate or consistent with manufacturer information. For updated, accurate country of origin data, it is recommended that you rely on product packaging or manufacturer information.

    The Channel Master 4228HD Long-Range Outdoor HDTV Antenna has a range of 75 miles. It features eight bats and is compatible with UHF, VHF, FM and HD signals. The long-range HDTV antenna includes a DBS mount. It also is equipped with a built-in PCB balun and matching transformer.

    Channel Master 4228HD Long-Range Outdoor HDTV Antenna:

    • 8 bays
    • Range up to 75 miles
    • Multi-directional, UHF, VHF, FM and HD signals
    • 32 elements
    • Average gain 5.0 dB VHF / 12 dB UHF
    • 20 turning radius
    • 41"W x 33"H x 5.5"D
    • Includes DBS mount
    • Integrated PCB balun and matching transformer
    • CEA LD size (V, Y, G, Lt G, R, BL)

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    Primary Color: Gray
    Model No.: 4228HD
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 11.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 5.5 x 41.0 x 33.0
    Walmart No.: 552251357
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    by an anonymous customer 6/30/2010
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    • A. Not if you have a digital TV.
      by An anonymous customer1/5/2016
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    • A. if tv already picks up digital its fine however if its an analog tv you will need an analog to digital converter
      by sunnyelephant6/7/2015
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    • A. If you have analog TV you need converter. This is an HDTV antenna.
      by traveler52726/7/2015
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    • A. A converter is needed to convert a digital signal to analog. If you do not have a SD or HD TV you will need a converter to watch any digital broadcast on your TV. Most broadcast are now digital.
      by Munchman812/6/2012
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    • A. If your TV does not have a digital tuner - you will need a converter box with this antenna.
      by Billfrog3/24/2011
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    • A. Only if your TV doesn't have a digital tuner built-in. All TVs sold today have it built in (or virtually all, I guess there could be some oddball).
      by CWInFL3/2/2011
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    • A. Most new HDTV's are digital ready, so if you have an HDTV, you most likely do not needa converter.
      by guamyankee11/21/2015
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    • A. All antennas need converters IF your TV is not digital ready.
      by Bozo4Q8/23/2010
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    • A. If you have an old TV like mine, yes, you need a converter. For new TV's, a converter sould not be necessary.
      by Activeman1/2/2016
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    • A. if you have a old tv you will need a digital box. I have a lcd tv , so no need for a converta, just auto tune your tv
      by bill76370511/22/2010
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    i have multiple tvs, will i only have to get 1 for all of my tvs with tuners to pick up basic channels?
    by an anonymous customer 4/28/2010
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    • A. sure, its like any antenna
      by sunnyelephant2/29/2012
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    • A. One cable comes from antenna. You will need to use a coax cable splitter, and each split you do drops signal strength a little if more than one TV is on at a time. I think I read 7db drop with each split. How strong is the signal strength when you start before any split? Distance from broadcast antenna, broadcast power, obstructions, height of mast--all affect signal strength.
      by traveler52722/18/2012
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    • A. You only need one antenna. You will need a splitter to send the signal to more than one tv. You're probably going to need a preamplifier to increase the signal strength for multiple TV's.
      by Munchman812/6/2012
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    • A. Yes, just get a splitter, or there are signal amplifiers that come with two outputs.
      by CWInFL3/2/2011
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    • A. I use it for 2 tv's, and it works great for me. Beyond that, you'd have to test it to ensure the signal strentgth doesn't break down too much, in which case you might need to get an amplifier.
      by guamyankee1/10/2012
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    • A. You can use it for multiplle tv's, but you might need a pre amp and use good splitters to help reduce signal loss. I currently split (good quality splitter) my antenna signal to a over the antenna card in the satelite reciever and to another tv with out a preamp and seem to be doing fine.
      by Bestproduct4thedollar12/13/2010
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    • A. One good Outdoor Antenna One Digital Cable Splitter And a converter box for each required TV.
      by Bozo4Q1/10/2012
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    • A. I would think by adding a splitter, you could use multiple TV's, each TV on the same or different channels.
      by Activeman8/14/2010
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    • A. i have 4 tvs working on this one antenna. I put one signal booster at the main splitter and great picture on all tvs..
      by bill7637052/19/2011
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    • A. You only need 1 antenna if your house is about 30 miles or less from the transmitters, you use a good quality splitter (if going to 4 TV's, get one 4 way splitter, 3 TV's, one 3 way splitter, etc.), & you use good quality RG6 cable & connectors. (Quad Shielded Cable is best). If more than 30 miles or more than 4 TV's you may need a preamp. If you do need a preamp, get one from Channel Master.
      by SlotCarDriver1/10/2011
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    by Rdavila 7/26/2010
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    • A. Cable does not come with the antenna and can be purchased in different lengths with the ends already attached and ready to connect to the antenna and then the TV. RG-6 is better than RG-59.
      by BedTekCB6/1/2012
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    • A. Cable does not come with it. It has a coaxial connector on the antenna.
      by An anonymous customer5/19/2012
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    • A. the cable shld be a co-ax caable, it does not come with it, but you can buy the cable at walmart for the right length
      by sunnyelephant3/31/2012
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    • A. Does not come with cable. Connection is for coax.
      by traveler52722/18/2012
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    • A. No cable included. RG6 works fine but quad shield RG6 is better.
      by Munchman812/6/2012
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    • A. No cable came with mine. I just bought a regular 25 foot coxail cable (the type you would use on any older tv to plug it in to a cable box) from Walmart for mine and it works fine.
      by Billfrog1/10/2012
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    • A. No cable comes with it. I used 75 ohm Rg-6 cabling. HTH
      by Bestproduct4thedollar4/5/2011
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    • A. All outdoor antennas require you to supply mounting hardware & cable to your Box or TV.
      by Bozo4Q4/5/2011
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    • A. No cable - need coax cable
      by Activeman8/14/2010
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    • A. no cable just socket for cable. you can get regular cable wire. rg6 cablewire is good.Its about $20 for 50ft. has male connectors on each end.
      by bill7637054/5/2011
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    Customer review by CWInFL

    5.0 stars 3/2/2011 by CWInFL
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    I live 45 miles away (line of sight) from all but one transmitter, from RF Channel 11 through 43. I literally just placed this antenna in the attic (single story), and I was able to get solid reception of all channels without an amp when hooked up to one TV. I was worried about it picking up the VHF channel (11), but it brings it in great. Just a tip... check out antennaweb.org to see the real RF channel of your local stations before you presume you need a (low-band) VHF antenna. For example, 2.1 (WESH) in Orlando is really on RF channel 11. This site also tells you how to aim the antenna relative to your street; great for the directionally challenged non-owners of compasses. So now I'm getting HD quality broadcasts of all the networks and a few independent stations without paying money to the cable company, yeah! You may need an amp if you are going through a splitter to multiple TVs.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Usage:Every day
    Works Well , very easy to put together .
    10/1/2011

    Customer review by oldbob70

    4.0 stars 10/1/2011 by oldbob70
    by oldbob70

    About two months ago there was a power outage . So I cranked up the antenna on my old camper in the driveway expecting maybe 4 or 5 channels . Well I was shocked to find 23 . 5 of which you can't get on cable. local channels that carry local events like highschool football games. well found out it was harder to buy a good antenna than it was years ago. The local Radioshack doesn't carry them. I ordered my first choice ,which was a multidirectional antenna from sears . It took them a week to inform me it was out of stock. This antenna was my second chioce . I picked it up at my local Wal-mart 7 days after I ordered it on line . Two of the parts were loss in the box. The Antenna was ready to put up in less than 5 minutes . I picked up a signal amp at my local wal-mart to complete the system . I live about 45 miles equal distance from 6 broardcast sources. you can check on line to find what channels you can get over the air for free. I can understand now why cable and dish want to get rid of free over the air TV.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:65 or older
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
    4228HD.
    2/3/2016

    Customer review by Oldpottie

    4.0 stars 2/3/2016 by Oldpottie
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    After about an hour of antenna adjustment. Now picking up 68 channels. Was 54-56 channels. From DFW and Waco Texas.

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    Oldpottie
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    great antenna
    12/12/2010

    Customer review by Bestproduct4thedollar

    5.0 stars 12/12/2010 by Bestproduct4thedollar
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    I had an Antenna's Direct DB8, but the lowest channel it would pull was channel 13 of the High VHF (rightfully so because it is a UHF antenna.) In my area three of the local stations CBS, FOX, NBC are in the High VHF band. I replaced it with this Channel Master 4228HD, now I am picking up High VHF Channels 7 -13 at distances of over 50 miles installed in the attic. Note : Attic installs cause signal loss and blah blah, blah, but mine seems to work fine. Check your station distances and heights on tvfool.com and plan accordingly. The upper UHF around channel 38 and above do not provide as much signal as the DB8 (this is only reason I marked it 4 stars in meets expectations,) but I am getting all the local channels in the area and I am very happy with it overall and give it 5 STARS.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:2 - 3 months
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every few days
    Excellent Buy!!
    2/21/2011

    Customer review by Mom2myAngels

    5.0 stars 2/21/2011 by Mom2myAngels
    by Mom2myAngels

    I read the reviews and got this antenna, it was sitting in the garage in the box, and were not sure if it was going to be good enough. And the day we were left with no signal. I went to get it connected it inside the house, just to give it a try, and right away it got 117 channels. The image is crystal clear and the sound is great too. We don't need to pay any cable, we get all the local channels, even chinesse, vietnamesse, spanish, armenian, pbs, christian channels, children's channels, news, music, it's more than what we expected, for a great price. Now it's outside in the backyard because my husband still hasn't gone to the roof to install it. I strongly recommend this antenna, a great buy with an excellent price.

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    La Palma
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:25 - 34
    Ownership:2 - 3 months
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
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