Channel Master 2016 DIGITAL ADVANTAGE (HDTV / VHF / UHF) Outdoor Antenna

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Channel Master CM-2016 Antenna:
  • Channel Master 2016 Digital Advantage (HDTV / VHF / UHF) outdoor antenna offers optimum reception for today's digital broadcasts
  • Quality design
  • Channel Master outdoor antenna receives HDTV, VHF High Band and UHF signals
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Enjoy your favorite TV shows and get access to more channels with the Channel Master 2016 Digital Advantage (HDTV / VHF / UHF) Outdoor Antenna. This device is one of the best ways to watch high-quality pictures. Enjoy high-definition broadcasts for free with the Channel Master outdoor antenna. In addition, it can also receive VHF High Band and UHF signals, thereby expanding your range of channels. This device has a broadcasting capacity of up to 69 stations and a reception range of up to 35 miles. The Channel Master compact outdoor antenna lets you easily tune in and watch your TV favorites without having to deal with monthly fees. It sports an optimal design, is lightweight and is easy to install on your terrace or somewhere else.

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Enjoy your favorite TV shows and get access to more channels with the Channel Master 2016 Digital Advantage (HDTV / VHF / UHF) Outdoor Antenna. This device is one of the best ways to watch high-quality pictures. Enjoy high-definition broadcasts for free with the Channel Master outdoor antenna. In addition, it can also receive VHF High Band and UHF signals, thereby expanding your range of channels. This device has a broadcasting capacity of up to 69 stations and a reception range of up to 35 miles. The Channel Master compact outdoor antenna lets you easily tune in and watch your TV favorites without having to deal with monthly fees. It sports an optimal design, is lightweight and is easy to install on your terrace or somewhere else.

Channel Master CM-2016 Antenna:

  • Channel Master 2016 Digital Advantage (HDTV / VHF / UHF) outdoor antenna offers optimum reception for today's digital broadcasts
  • Quality design
  • Channel Master outdoor antenna receives HDTV, VHF High Band and UHF signals
  • Reception range of up to 35 miles
  • Optimally designed compact outdoor antenna is easy to install and lightweight
  • Position it on your terrace or elsewhere needed
  • Broadcasting capacity: Up to 69 channels
  • Lets you watch your favorite TV channels for free; no more monthly fees
  • Enjoy your choice programs in crisp and clear quality

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Primary Color: Silver
Model No.: CM-2016
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 5.0
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 22.0 x 36.5 x 47.0
Walmart No.: 552252046
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I need a good all around antenna, I'm about 4-6 miles from the transmitters on the hill.
by idaspud 6/28/2010
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  • A. All depends on your location. I would check www.antennaweb.org to make sure you can pick those channels up. Anything withing 30-35 miles should be fine with this antenna as long as you don't have any major obstructions.
    by GRDAD9/29/2011
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  • A. i get all kinds of channels from 3 up to 64. i am sure if there were more channels available, i would get those as well.
    by rsswilley1/2/2011
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  • A. This antenna should work well in your situation, since you are just a short distance fron transmitters. It will pick up ALL channels in that short of distance.
    by SouthBamaMan12/13/2010
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  • A. Yes, you will get these stations
    by lupy11/22/2010
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  • A. I receive all the channels available in my area including 2-6
    by ciceman11/18/2010
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  • A. It will pick up all of the local channels transmitted in your area, including 2-6
    by MountainSage5/25/2015
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  • A. You are close enough that as long as there is no obstruction, you should get everything from that location. I am having to work harder at getting them (30 miles away from broadcast source), but it is still doing a decent job.
    by MikefromAttleboro11/8/2010
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  • A. I am getting channels from 2 - 74
    by FREEHDTV11/8/2010
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  • A. My antenna is used with a 47 inch LCD Westinghouse HDTV set, and picks up all channels in the DFW Texas area below channel 7. If your area has channels 2-6, this neat little antenna will pull them in very nicely.
    by AmateurExtraClass1/9/2012
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  • A. Most likely yes. Most of the old analog stations on the low VHF channels (2 through 6), went to much higher (UHF) frequencies when they converted to digital two years ago (even though your new TV still shows them as channels 2 to 6). This antenna receives the UHF frequencies very well. However, even if your channels 2-6 stayed in the VHF portion of the spectrum, their actual transmitted signals will now be in the high VHF part of the spectrum. This antenna receives high VHF as well as UHF. So, no matter what, you are most likely "good to go." This is a very good antenna, by the way. I have tested it several ways, and it's hard to beat.
    by hamradioguy9/12/2015
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by tlac 7/21/2010
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  • A. It hooks up like regular antenna, set it up outside and plug into existing tv wires.
    by SouthBamaMan12/13/2010
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  • A. you need at least 50ft of coaxial cable. place your antena at least 20 ft. high, and point to station.
    by lupy1/28/2015
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  • A. Yes. Cable with connectors from the antenna to the TV must be purchased. You will also need a pipe of some sort to clamp the antenna to with the supplied clamps.
    by easyorder1/28/2015
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  • A. The picture shows a small elbow shaped mast and attachment bracket. These do not come with the Antenna. You can purchase this type of mast to mount to any wall or use 1 1/4" EMT conduit (that is available in 10 foot lengths for about $10 at Home Depot or Lowes.
    by MountainSage5/3/2015
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  • A. If your TV does not have a digital converter built in you will need a digital converter box. As far as mounting hardware, it does not come with a mast. It comes with a bracket to mount it to a mast however.
    by denglejax10/17/2015
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  • A. We took down the DirecTV satellite dish off the roof of our house, and put this antenna up on the bracket. It is sturdy and it works well. We didn't need the satellite anymore.
    by RobbieSports10/20/2015
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  • A. The antenna comes with a bracket to bolt it to a pipe mast that you supply. It comes with the leads that terminate in the female coax fitting, ready for you to screw on your own coax cable to lead the signal back to the house, splitters, converter boxes, antenna amplifiers or what have you. You can also just connect the cable to a modern TV without the other stuff. So you are responsible for the cable back, and for whatever antenna mast & mounting arrangement you want. That can be as simple as a short length of 1.5" pipe mounted as high as you can get it (height helps reception).
    by MikefromAttleboro7/25/2015
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  • A. YES-You will need a coax cable to connect the antenna to the TV and you will need some hardware to mount the antenna outside. I used a 5 ft mast and a 12" wall mount to install the antenna on the side of the building. You could also mount the antenna on an unused satelite mount.
    by Edwin17/25/2015
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  • A. All necessary hardware comes in the box, simply attach it to a properly installed antenna mast, run 75 ohm coax to your HDTV, and enjoy the crisp, clear picture HDTV was designed to deliver. An included weatherproof boot is provided to use over antenna coax connection to seal out moisture. No extra hardware needed.
    by AmateurExtraClass1/28/2015
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  • A. You need a way to mount the antenna to your roof or in your attic. The antenna is supplied only with a U-bolt to attach it to a 1 to 1.25 in. antenna mast or pipe. You will need to buy the mast or pipe, and fasten it to your roof or in your attic. Also, you will need coaxial cable to go from the antenna to your TV set. The antenna is not supplied with any cable.
    by hamradioguy1/28/2015
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Will this antenna work if I mount it inside my attic, or does it have to be outside? We have strict homeowners association rules, so I would rather not have to deal with those folks and just keep my antenna out of sight, if possible. Does anyone know how that works or have experience with this product mounted in an attic?
by mereskater 7/30/2010
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  • A. Mine works great in the attic. And you don't need to ground it if it is not outside!
    by RocketPower2/1/2011
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  • A. We sucessfully mounted it in the attic. If your signal strength is OK and you minimize the losses in your cable routing, this could work for you. You also could add a pre-amp right after the antenna if you need to boost the signal. ps. FCC regulations allow you to mount an outside attenna as long as it is fits within a 1 meter circle. http://www.fcc.gov/mb/facts/otard.html
    by BeardedOwl1/23/2011
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  • A. Yes, It works great in the attic. You can go to websites like antennaweb.org to find out which direction to point your antenna.
    by TateAtl1/10/2011
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  • A. Yes, but signal will suffer just a bit, depending on what type of roofing you have on your house. Make sure the antenna is pointed in the most optimum direction, there are some websites that will provide station directions such as (antennahub).
    by SouthBamaMan12/13/2010
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  • A. I also have a HOA so I mounted the antenna in my attic. I used a section of 3 or 4 foot long 1" PVC pipe that I hung in my attic as high as I could get it. I glued a joint section to one end of the pipe so the antenna would not slide off. From what I read the antenna works fine in the attic as long as you don't have a lot of metal in the roof. Mine works great, and I'm 30-35 miles from the broadcast antennas.
    by netwidt11/25/2010
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  • A. Yes but it is very directional and mist point in the direction of the transmitter.
    by easyorder11/19/2010
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  • A. I mounted it in the attic, about 18 feet from ground level, pointing at the TV towers 22 miles away (antennaweb.org) and I get all channels (about 15) perfectly clear. It works better than my other antenna which was mounted outside. BTW, there was a law passed years ago which said even a HOA could not limit you in mounting a TV on your house.
    by denglejax11/8/2010
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  • A. Yes, you can mount it in an attic. test location and position for best signal, just as though it was outside. If you have a metal roof or lots of metal surrounding the antenna/ blocking the signal, it won't work very well. There are instructions with the unit showing an attic installation.
    by MikefromAttleboro1/18/2011
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  • A. I am sure you can but if you have a week signal try it with an amplifer and see how that goes
    by FREEHDTV9/1/2010
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  • A. I just read that unless its a protected historical site or poses some sort of physical danger, HOA's are prohibited by the Federal Government from denying use of antennas
    by Doepker311/8/2010
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12/22/2010

Customer review by Slablog

5.0 stars 12/22/2010 by Slablog
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I gave up cable some time ago but have been using rabbit ears type antennae. It just was not acceptable so I got his one and it is great! I just attached it to my rear deck about 10 feet up and aimed it and now I get as much TV as I could ever want. The signal is excellent, but I am about 30 miles from the stations, so if you are farther out you may need a better one or place it higher up. Thoroughly satisfied!

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The best antenna I could find
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Customer review by JayKD

5.0 stars 11/4/2011 by JayKD
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I tried every antenna possible at the local big box electronics store ranging in price from $15-$100. Indoor and Outdoor, Passive and Amplified, about 6 in total. I even tried Indoor antennas outside and Outdoor antennas inside. None of them were able to pick up all the UHF and VHF signals in my area. Besides the $15 one I tried, this Channel Master was the cheapest and it worked the best, It is an exterior antenna but I carried it around my house with a little portable TV and no matter where I was in the house it never failed to pick up a solid signal with a perfect picture. I live in a NW suburb of Rochester, NY and I get 8.1, 8.2, 10.1, 10.2, 10.3, 13.1, 13.2, 21.1, 21.2, 21.3, 31.1, 31.2. I ended up installing it in my attic. It is actually just laying up there on top of the insulation and rafters and it still works fine. You won't go wrong with this antenna depending on your distance from the transmitters. I am located about 10.5 miles away.

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Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Great Antenna
10/20/2010

Customer review by shopsonline123

5.0 stars 10/20/2010 by shopsonline123
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I bought this antenna along with 2 AccessHD Digital-Analog Converter Boxes so I wouldn't have to keep paying for cable channels I don't watch. I put the antenna in my attic and connected it to the splitter the cable use to go through. To get the best reception I went online and found a website that gives you the compass heading you need to point the antenna to and the picture quality is just as good as when I had cable. I get all the local channels for free now!!!

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chicago, IL
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Great Antenna!,
5/18/2010

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5.0 stars 5/18/2010 by polloloco33
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Great antenna. Our stations are 20 and 50 miles away. This antenna mounted right on top of the house on an existing dish stand. We do have an amplifier attached inside. I would recommend using one.

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Phoenix,Az
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Good value for the money
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5.0 stars 9/20/2010 by RobbieSports
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We switched from DirecTV to our own antenna when the satelite bill went up to about $120 a month. We would get about 100 stations, but we would end up watching maybe 10 of them, and that didn't even include movie channels. We had a small antenna before, but the reception was spotty, with us losing reception when it was stormy or windy. So we bought this unit, took down the satellite, and put the unit on the bracket on the roof once used for DirecTV. It works fine! The picture is pefect and there aren't too many times when the sound seems to "skip." The satellite holder is sturdy, and we didn't have to buy any adaptors. We added a booster and the picture is perfect!

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