GE Attic Mount Antenna

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GE Attic Mount Antenna

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GE Attic Mount Antenna is universal and will work with all TV and converter box brands. It installs quickly in your attic and is designed for maximum reception ranges.

GE Attic Mount Antenna:
  • Works with all TV and converter box brands
  • Installs quickly
  • Universal

Specifications

Model No.: 34792
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 2.2
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 3.74 x 5.0 x 21.2
Walmart No.: 550378860

Customer Product Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5★ by 45reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Works well, but buy real wood screws Assembly was straight forward and install simple enough, but the wood screws provided are worthless. The cross slots failed long before the screws were all the way in. One rounded out before it went 2 turns into the wood. The fact they are metric probably didn't help. Who has a metric cross-point or Phillips screw driver?We're using this antenna to feed 2 TVs and we're very pleased with the performance. We had been using rabbit ears in the attic with an amplifier, but this seemed to over drive some stations on one set so we'd have to remove the amp to watch some channels, then hook it back up to watch others. Now both sets can see all the stations all the time. 08/08/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Great Directional Antenna All of our TV broadcasts come from the same area, so I was looking for a low priced directional antenna. This one works great. There are a ton of pieces that have to be put together, but it took me less than ten minutes and ended up saving me a lot of money. Before buying this antenna, put your address in at http://transition.fcc.gov/mb/engineering/dtvmaps/ to see where your stations are broadcasting from. If they are coming from multiple locations, then you will want to look for a different antenna (look for a multi-directional antenna). 08/24/2013
Rated 3 out of 5★ by Ok antenna But the assembly instructions were horrible, poorly written, not enough detail. 09/16/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by better than i expected! After reading the ratings and reviews I wasn't expecting to get stations from 60 miles away and yet I did! I went from having 7 channels to having 16 channels, all very clear. I would recommend this to anyone in my area wanting to give up cable. For just over $40 (after tax) I get all the same channels my cable company offers for $23 per month (plus tax and fees). Was very easy to put together. All total assembling, crawling in to the attic, adjusting, t.v. setup I spent 45 minutes. I am very happy with my purchase. 09/25/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Excellent value Became tired of paying for cable service and getting little value in return. My first purchase was a Mohu - but that device didn't pick up a lot of channels. Did some more research and bought this antenna as well as a signal amplifier. Setup the antenna in the attic.After a lot of adjustments, finally was able to pick up all the channels that I wanted - ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox plus a few more.Very happy with this purchase. 10/08/2013
Rated 4 out of 5★ by Does the job for a good price A few years back I "cut the cord" and discontinued cable service as I didn't watch it much and thus wasn't worth the money. This is the 3rd antenna I have mounted in my attic; it replaces a Mohu Leaf antenna. The other two antennas are both RCA 751 antennas and work well, but as my attic space is tight I wasn't sure another one of those would fit so I decided to go with this to replace the Mohu, which didn't pull in signals as strongly as the RCA antennas. I live in the St. Louis, MO area.In short, this antenna does the job for a pretty good price. It is hard to compare it to the RCA antennas (which seem to do a great job) as they are run to different TVs (I have six - yep, count 'em, six TVs); each antenna is split two ways to feed two TVs each - no amplifier, just the raw signal as picked up by each antenna. So far over the past week or so, I've been pleased with this antenna.The one problem I have, which all my antennas seem to suffer from, is the fact the line-of-sight from my house to the TV transmitters, which are about 15 miles away, has lots of trees and since the antennas are in the attic, they aren't extremely high up and the signals from the transmitters have to make it through not only trees but the house attic wall/roof as well. On windy/stormy days in the summer, when the trees are full of leaves and the wind is blowing the branches around, I do get some freezing up/dropout of the signals. I don't think an amplifier would make much difference, as you can't amplify what you aren't receiving, but who knows maybe a signal amplifier would help.Of course the best solution for over-the-air signals would be an external antenna mounted higher up than just attic height, but I haven't found it necessary to go to that approach yet. And having the indoor antennas, I needn't worry about lightning strikes during storms.The only downsides to this unit are (a) as others have noted, it does seem rather flimsy, but mounted in an attic and protected from the elements I don't think that should be much of an issue; and (b) the instruction sheet is rather skimpy, but as others have noted, take your time, look at the photo of the antenna on the box, and you can probably figure it out. 10/20/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Works Great in Plano Texas I installed this antenna facing south in my second story attic in Plano Texas. I get all of the Dallas-area stations with a clear picture. 10/27/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Wins Out Over GE Amplified Antenna I live in Grand Rapids, near the top of the riverbank (close to the Alpine water tower).Comcast attempted to take yet another pound of flesh from my budget, so I made good on my promise to 'Cut The Cable' [I so LOVE saying that!!] and get an Over The Air antenna.Just got a very decent tv & love the high definition channels.I only watch Survivor & Public TV, so limited basic is all I need. Comcast helped me make the transition by scrambling the limited cable & then saying that I'd been 'stealing' cable for the past 6 months.Didn't know which one of 8 antenna's to choose from at Wal Mart, so I picked the two reasonably-priced ones -- one of which was gaudy enough to be a true winner (the attic one). I also brought home the GE Amplified Antenna, hopeful that it'd do the trick because it's simple & not really noticeable, very benign appearance.It was a little tricky assembling the attic antenna, but WOW!!!! Exactly what I hoped-for!! Gonna say BUH-BYE to Comcast soon!! My internet is still with them, but will soon be with AT&T.I get about 32 channels with about 8 duplicates & 8 weather radar channels. The HD channels look excellent & in doing research, I've learned that Over The Air (OTA) signals are actually better than cable signals.The install was during a snow-storm, which helped me know what to expect in bad weather.Then I tried the GE Amplified Antenna: no comparison -- the attic antenna outperformed it HUGELY.A small caveat: if I lived on 3rd floor, with a South-facing window, I expect the amplified antenna would perform much better than it does in my North-facing apartment.You'll need a tiny screw tool set & some intellectual capacity to get it put together -- the directions aren't very helpful, basically very small reference pictures on a one-page instruction.When assembled, looks like a special forces field microwave receiver -- roughly 3' x 3'.You won't want this in your living room -- either in the attic or a closet.It does seem to be fairly sensitive to good spots, so be prepared to find a good balance between hiding it & having good reception.I'll be returning the GE Amplified Antenna.Hope this helps! 12/15/2013
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