Audiovox RCA ANT3036W Outdoor Digital Television Antenna
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- Yes,Just Use A Splitter,Can Get Them At Radio Shack,Places Like That,by Nemorator1/19/2016Was this answer helpful? (13) (2)Was this answer helpful?
- We currently have four TVs attached with great reception.by agi11/19/2016Was this answer helpful? (12) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Just buy a splitter at your local hardware store (6-10 bucks). I've got 3 TVs working off mine.by TimSul1/19/2016Was this answer helpful? (9) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- YES...IF YOU USE A SIGNAL SPLITTER .by TVperfection1/31/2016Was this answer helpful? (7) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- Not out of the box, but you can with a coaxial splitter (from Radio Shack?).by muchomagic1/19/2016Was this answer helpful? (6) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- yes. You would need a splitter. Walmart sells a 4 or 5 way splitter for about $6 and also sells a 2 way splitter. I've read that you may need an amplifier if you split it to several TVs, or if your cable run is long. I used a 50 foot coax and did not split it. My signal strength was so good I think I could easily spit it to two TVs without a need for an amp. You can buy an amp for about $20 at Walmart, but it runs on 110 power. That is another good reason to put it in the attic as it is usually easier to run power in the attic than it is outside on the roof. If you have a light bulb in the attic, Lowe's sells a screw in adaptor that gives you a plug in at the light bulb fixture.by MSforestry1/19/2016Was this answer helpful? (8) (1)Was this answer helpful?
Q. can i hook this up to my cables that are ran for Cable and hook up multiple tv's to it. I presently have cable but am lookng for ways to save money
- better check with a local installer. the antenna may not be able to give you enough signal and poor installation will leave you most unhappy.by stuckwith11/28/2015Was this answer helpful? (5) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- I hooked this up to my existing cables, used a signal booster and run on multiple tv's.by Frank11111/8/2016Was this answer helpful? (10) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Yes the same coaxial cable will work fineby juydsvbgf11/5/2015Was this answer helpful? (9) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Yes You Can,I Have My Antennae On a 40 Ft Tower With a Rotery/With Remote,I Can Pick Up Quite A Few Channels,For Free,I Hate Cable Prices,by Nemorator12/27/2015Was this answer helpful? (9) (2)Was this answer helpful?
- Yes, where your cable comes into the house you probably have a splitter, you should be able to attach the antenna there. We run four TVs with a one to three way splitter where the antenna comes into the house and use an additional one to two splitter within the house between two adjoining rooms.by agi11/19/2016Was this answer helpful? (19) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- 2-69 if they are in rangeby stuckwith1/19/2016Was this answer helpful? (16) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I am receiving 2-65by MrMugzi1/19/2016Was this answer helpful? (11) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- 2-69by jimsan401/19/2016Was this answer helpful? (9) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- 2-69 i get 63 channelsby joeskb1/19/2016Was this answer helpful? (9) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Since the antenna is described as UHF/VHF, it is capable of receiving stations broadcasting in either frequency. Channels 2-6 are said to be in 'low VHF' while channels from 8-13 are in 'high VHF'. Channels 14-69 are all in the UHF spectrum. Some channels that have previously broadcast in the VHF spectrum prior to the digital rollout have actually changed to the UHF frequencies and taken advantage of a higher power output. In the Houston, TX area, for example, there are only 3 stations that continue to broadcast in VHF: 8, 11, & 13. These stations are also the most troublesome to receive for viewers more than 30 miles away because they all transmit at a low power output of 17-22kW compared to 233kW-1000kW for UHF stations. Channel 2, however, actually broadcasts at 35 and has 1,000kW of power output.by iSIGnaFi1/29/2016Was this answer helpful? (32) (1)Was this answer helpful?