RCA UHF/VHF/Digital Indoor Antenna

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  • HDTV compatible
  • Adjustable/retractable VHF dipoles extend up to 36" to improve reception of channels 2-13
  • UHF loop for improved reception of channels 14-69
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    This RCA UHF/VHF/Digital Antenna is a useful device for people with HDTV in their homes. This product is compatible with a coaxial hook-up cable for easy setup. The adjustable and retractable VHF dipoles extend up to 36" to give you the best reception possible. This digital indoor antenna also offers improved reception of channels 2-13 and a UHF loop for improved reception of channels 14 to 69. This antenna is a wonderful choice for people who enjoy watching local television stations and allows you to quickly start receiving the channels in your area. This RCA digital antenna comes with a wide base that keeps it firmly upright during use. Simply run this unit straight to your digital television using a coaxial cable for easy installation. This product is even capable of picking up HD stations and transmitting them with crystal clarity where signals are available.

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    This RCA UHF/VHF/Digital Antenna is a useful device for people with HDTV in their homes. This product is compatible with a coaxial hook-up cable for easy setup. The adjustable and retractable VHF dipoles extend up to 36" to give you the best reception possible. This digital indoor antenna also offers improved reception of channels 2-13 and a UHF loop for improved reception of channels 14 to 69. This antenna is a wonderful choice for people who enjoy watching local television stations and allows you to quickly start receiving the channels in your area. This RCA digital antenna comes with a wide base that keeps it firmly upright during use. Simply run this unit straight to your digital television using a coaxial cable for easy installation. This product is even capable of picking up HD stations and transmitting them with crystal clarity where signals are available.


    RCA UHF/VHF/Digital Indoor Antenna:

    • Local channel antenna
    • This digital indoor antenna is completely HDTV-compatible
    • Adjustable/retractable VHF dipoles extend up to 36" to improve reception of channels 2-13
    • Comes with a UHF loop for improved reception of channels 14-69
    • This RCA digital antenna is ideal for off-air reception of local channels
    • Coaxial hook-up cable with F connector for easy hook-up

    Specifications

    Condition: New
    Manufacturer Part Number: ANT112R
    Model: ANT112R
    Brand: RCA
    Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H): 1.80 x 5.10 x 8.60 Inches
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    I no longer want to pay for cable but would like just the local stations for news and local programming. I bought a 46" tv from you and want to make sure they will be compatible. Thanks
    by an anonymous customer 8/21/2012
    12 answers
    • A. View local stations without cable? Yes as stated in description.
      by Johnny5/26/2016
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    • A. I bought a 42" HDTV for my son along with this antennae. If your set is a newer set you should have no problems. Set up is simple. Your TV should prompt you on whether it's an antennae or cable being hooked up. Choose antenna then your TV will offer you the chance to "autoscan" to find channels and count them out to you as they are found. My son picked up 52 channels, a lot! But he only lives a few miles outside of Chicago, so I would imagine most people would get far less, though I have no idea as to it's range. Hope this helps.
      by tedebear26/2/2016
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    • A. With this antenna you will only receive local channels. But the channels you will get will depend on the height of the antenna, the distance from the broadcasting towers, and what kinds of interference are near your antenna.
      by whyisthisreallynecessary5/26/2016
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    • A. that and more channels.after i purchased this tv i tried to talk my wife into getting rid of cable but she has several programs she wants to watch that this antenna wont recieve and cable or a dish are the only way to view them.your tv will work great with this antenna.i was very happy...
      by rickster35/26/2016
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    • A. Check that your TV has an ATSC tuner. Most TV's being sold now include a built-in ATSC tuner. The ATSC tuner decodes the over-the-air digital signal. Once you connect the antenna to the TV, set the TV signal input to: antenna. Then it's good-bye cable. This antenna is very directional and better placed near a window.
      by CuriousMan6/2/2016
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    • A. That's exactly why I got my two antennas and they work really well. See my full review from Loyal Walmarter in San Antonio
      by LoyalWalmarter5/26/2016
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    • A. This works for us w/o any special equipment---just connect it to back of tv and you should be able to get local channels (and HD is free)---We live outside a large city, so reception is no problem---and we DON'T miss the cable!
      by MovieLover7776/2/2016
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    • A. YES,OF COURSE. THIS ANTENNA IS MADE FOR OVER THE AIR DTV SIGNALS.YOU WILL GET YOUR LOCALS PLUS WHATEVER ELSE IS PROVIDED IN YOUR AREA.
      by MONEYMISER595/26/2016
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    • A. Yes, absolutely! I have a 32" LCD HDTV and bought this antenna & it brings in all of my local channels perfectly with the best picture that I have ever had!
      by 1951Swede6/2/2016
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    • A. Just switch to air on your tv menu and do auto pramming from tv menu or tools. They will configure channels. I got 57 channels in all. No other hook ups no dime to any cable co. Hope this will help
      by AmyPru6/2/2016
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    I purchased two of these antennas, and cannot get any channels on one HDTV, and cannot receive any local channels on the other. What can I do to receive local channels?
    by Jaimic 8/26/2012
    11 answers
    • A. we had to move the antenna around as far as it could stretch until we picked up a few channels
      by jbskgc4/10/2016
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    • A. If you went into your TV's menu and scanned for channels and still can't receive any channels, there might be interference with where your antenna is placed. Antenna height is also a factor. If your antenna is low and you have a lot of wires and metal in your walls its very possible that you won't get any channels.
      by whyisthisreallynecessary4/10/2016
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    • A. Buy another antenna, these things are absolute junk. Returning mine tomorrow!
      by An anonymous customer4/10/2016
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    • A. when you set this up you need to selecy air.it wont recieve any channels if you select cable...
      by rickster32/8/2016
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    • A. Be sure you're running "autoprogramming" after EVERY repositioning - took me 25-30 times to get it just right! Hang in there; it's worth it!
      by LoyalWalmarter2/8/2016
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    • A. Well. this may be a dumb answer, but have you scanned your tv after putting on new antenna? This works for us --- we are surrounded by tall fir trees,,,but live near a large city--- get reception for all our local channels in HD. Good Luck!
      by MovieLover7779/26/2015
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    • A. YOU NEED TO USE THE CHANNEL SCAN FEATURE THAT YOUR TV HAS TO LOCK THE HD CHANNELS IN. ONCE THE SCAN HAS FINISHED,THE TV SHOULD AUTOMATICALLY GO TO CHANNEL 2.
      by MONEYMISER598/22/2015
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    • A. I just bought one recently for my LCD HDTV & at first I could bring in no channels, but then I went to "input" and selected "TV" & then I changed that setting to "Antenna" from "Cable" and it brought in 29 channels after auto-programming with the best quality picture that I have ever had! It's great!
      by 1951Swede4/10/2016
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    • A. Please go to your tv menu or tools . First switch to air, if it is set to cable. Then go to auto programme , it will tell you searching for channels, you will see #s going up. I got 57 channels. Very clear n in HD .. My antenna is on my tv. Not very close to window, still reception is unbelievable.
      by AmyPru4/10/2016
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    • A. Did you set your TV to ANTENNA ( not "cable" ), and do an AUTO-SCAN to find your available channels??
      by GodIsSooooGood4/10/2016
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    by frugal001 7/22/2012
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    • A. Yes you will need a converter box if you have a pretty digital TV.
      by Fishlving5/26/2016
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    • A. Yes
      by Aguia5/26/2016
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    • A. yes
      by cannotacceptnickname4/8/2015
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    • A. Yep.
      by aebuell4/6/2015
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    • A. a tv and this antennae are all you need.read the instructions and you will see how easy and quick it is to program.you have to like it...
      by rickster34/30/2016
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    • A. Yes. All TV transmissions now are digital. Hence, the converter box will transform the digital signals to analog signals that a pre digital (older) set will understand.
      by CuriousMan4/30/2016
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    • A. I'm VERY non-technical,,but I think it would require that to get your local or HD channels --- I do think we still get a few over the air channels however!..(not sure how that's possible)--- yes, I think the box-thing would be required.
      by MovieLover7774/30/2016
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    • A. YES. YOU WILL NEED THE CONVERTER BOX TO RECIVE DIGITAL PROGRAMMING INTO AN OLDER ANALOG SET.THE ANTENNA IS JUST FOR THE RECIEVING OF DTV SIGNAL ONLY AND HAS NOTHING TO WITH WHAT YOUR TUNER IN YOUR SET CAN RECIEVE.
      by MONEYMISER594/30/2016
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    • A. Yes, you need a digital converter box on an older type pre-digital TV for this antenna to work properly on it. It works without the converter box on my 1 year old LCD HDTV.
      by 1951Swede4/30/2016
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    • A. Yes.. You WILL need a converter box so that your older TV can receive and play DIGITAL signals.. All broadcasts are now digital. Walmart has this converter box for under 30.00..>>>**Sunkey Digital-Analog Converter Box with Learning Universal Remote Control, ATB150S** With a converter box and a digital (DTV) antenna, you'll be able to watch TV without have to pay for cable. .
      by GodIsSooooGood6/8/2016
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    2/6/2016

    Customer review by Truman2013

    5.0 stars 2/6/2016 by Truman2013
    by Truman2013

    Walmart sells at least three RCA indoor antennas that appear to be the same. I ordered this one, which was supposed to be model ANT112R, but I received ANT112F. Either way, the one you want has 3' (three foot) antennas. I have a model with 18" (eighteen inch) antennas too. Neither require power and looks straight out of the 1960s. Both work better than any powered (amplified) or non-powered indoor antenna that I know of, at least in its price range. They are very cheap, nothing special. The major drawbacks are that you have to fiddle with it in order to make it work sometimes (which varies with the weather), AND the base is tiny, so it might fall over easy or under certain antenna position. With this second one, I gladly disconnected my powered (amplified) antenna and immediately got a much better reception. I live in a major suburb of the Kansas City area and receive over 30 channels clearly. Some of these channels were previously unwatchable with the more expensive amplified antenna.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Have Patience and a Gentle Touch
    10/1/2015

    Customer review by nennyz

    4.0 stars 10/1/2015 by nennyz
    by nennyz

    So I gave this antenna 4 out of 5 stars for two reason. 1st: it does work well but you need to play around with the best positioning both for where to put it and the "ears" (the dipoles- rods) positioning. I found that if I placed the unit on one side of my tv and did a channel scan it didn't pick up the same channels as it did if I placed it on the other side of my tv. So my advice is to play around with it and do more than a couple of channel scans to see where you will get the best signals. 2nd reason: the "ears" are fragile. Just screwing them into the base unit one of mine broke off. If you move them with too much pressure you are likely to break them off. On the plus side, this is a cheap unit that works just as well as some of the more expensive units. The picture is very clear and looks great. With this unit I receive the same amount of channels I was getting with my very basic cable subscription (except Discovery channel). The only difference is now there is no cable bill.

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    nennyz
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    I got tired........
    6/16/2016

    Customer review by ValVic

    5.0 stars 6/16/2016 by ValVic
    by ValVic

    My monthly cable bill was out of control. It was as though I was paying a second car note. I got tired of all the fees, (fees that they sneak in there if you are not paying close attention to your bill), taxes, additional monthly fee for the boxes and the list goes on and on. I purchased this antenna one Saturday and placed it in my bedroom, close to the window and positioned it high. It not only picked up all the regular channels, but quite a few cable stations, and the cable stations that I am now picking up were not even included in the cable package that I had, go figure. This antenna picks up 32 stations even though I am surrounded by foliage. I was finally able to get rid of cable and I couldn't be happier. I am purchasing one for my Mom because she is on a fixed income and would like to get rid of her cable as well.

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    ValVic
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Excellent Product & At A Low Price!
    6/23/2012

    Customer review by lonewolf0900

    5.0 stars 6/23/2012 by lonewolf0900
    by lonewolf0900

    Was very, very skeptical at first about this antenna. I thought, "For $11, I'll try it but I may have to bring it back." (even made a separate transaction just for the antenna in case I had to bring it back). Boy was I wrong! I went home and assembled the dipoles & integrated loop. The loop does take a little effort to put in place though. Once I assembled it, I plugged the antenna cable plug into my TV, did an autoscan & Voilà!!! I picked up 12 channels from this antenna. Some of you may be thinking, "Just twelve?" but this television is a bedroom television (meaning, I only watch it at bedtime & in the morning while I get dressed for work) & I stay in an apartment duplex with a metal roof. If you want an inexpensive antenna to catch a FEW channels with, this is it!!! I live in the metro Lafayette, LA area and was not able to catch KLFY TV 10 (10-1) but was able to catch all the other local stations. Maybe down the line, I may get an amplifier but for now I am VERY HAPPY WITH THIS PURCHASE! Would DEFINITELY recommend!!!

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    lonewolf0900
    Lafayette, LA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
    RCA UHF/VHF Digital Indoor Antenna
    5/29/2016

    Customer review by alternativetocable

    1.0 stars 5/29/2016 by alternativetocable
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    It didn't work for me...I only got 2 channels and both of them were in a language other than English. Another person was able to get about 20+ channels. I guess it depends on where you live...whether an apartment, home, etc! I would suggest you try it and see, it might work for you. It isn't the product itself, it's whether or not you can pick up a good signal from where you live.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
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    "FOR 10 BUCKS,WELL WORTH IT'
    9/16/2012

    Customer review by MONEYMISER59

    5.0 stars 9/16/2012 by MONEYMISER59
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    I have this little guy connected to my 24" 1080p HDTV. I purchased my HDTV to use only for a Monitor.I figured that I would spend less on a Refurbished HDTV with the larger screen size plus 1080p than i would spend on just a Computer monitor of the same size without speakers. Anyway..My 40" living room HDTV went on the blink and was left without Television programs so i thought i would give this antenna a try...Boy, does this little guy bring in the signal.I live in an upstairs apartment and have my computer and tv monitor way back in the opposite side of where the tv signals are coming from. i placed the antenna right on the dining room table right next to the tv and computer. Turned the tv on, did the channel scan and have all the over the air channels again.I did not even need to adjust the rabbit ears or anything. if you have cable or satellite of course you will still get more channels and all but for the price, the clarity of hd and how simple it was to connect,for over the air broadcasts, This antenna is Fantastic"

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    MONEYMISER59
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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
    Junk
    12/16/2015

    Customer review by Barbarbarb

    1.0 stars 12/16/2015 by Barbarbarb
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    Bought this thinking maybe a newer antenna was a good thing and was what I needed. It wasn't. This antenna is SMALL with the little rabbit ears part being very short (I don't know how they can pick up much of anything). Also the other part that brings in the higher # channels can't really be adjusted. Hooked this up to my new tv then ran a channel scan. It brought in less channels than my current older Phillips antenna. Unhooked it then hooked up my old antenna again. Moved my old antenna 8" over so it's next to the window then did another channel scan. By moving my current antenna it was able to bring in 6 more channels bringing me up to a total of 20 channels which is almost the limit of what's out there for my area. I'll be returning this worthless little antenna today and shopping for a antenna amplifier instead in the hopes that buying that will bring in the few extra channels my current antenna isn't picking up.

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    Barbarbarb
    Would recommend to a friend? No
    Works well
    1/31/2016

    Customer review by WhereTiberio

    5.0 stars 1/31/2016 by WhereTiberio
    by WhereTiberio

    I got this for a very specific reason: My cable company could not reach an agreement with our local CBS affiliate; so they have temporarily taken that channel off the air. Not wanting to miss 60 Minutes or The Good Wife, I decided to give this little antenna a try (mainly because it was cheap, available in my local Walmart, and the reviews were decent). I initially attached it to my hard disk drive/DVD recorder and did an autoscan (at this point, I just left the antenna on the floor). Ironically, it picked up almost every local channel except the CBS affiliate (the only one I needed). I then put the antenna on the window sill and did another scan. This time it picked up CBS. Because the coaxial cable attached to the antenna is pretty short, you will need another coaxial cable and a coaxial connector piece if you want to put the antenna any distance from your TV. Once I knew I could get CBS, I attached the extra cable and put the antenna on the top of my TV armoire. As I moved the antenna, the CBS reception got better and worse. Once I had a great picture on CBS, I left the antenna in that position. One word of caution: Once the antenna was positioned for CBS, some other channels did not come in well. This means that if you want to get a variety of channels, you may have to move the antenna sometimes.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Better then the more expensive indoor antenna!!!
    10/25/2012

    Customer review by jayfem

    5.0 stars 10/25/2012 by jayfem
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    I was very surprise to see how small it was and wonder how great it will really work considering the size of it, but i'm pleasently surprise!!!! Works better then the more expensive ones I have connected to the other tv's in the apartment!!! Yes that's apartment!!!! Where i've had such bad reception with the other antenna that i've wanted to throw the tv out the window!!! I dont have cable and until purchasing this antenna was just about to break down and get it because I was so fustrated with the picture quality, but now i'm saving my $80 a month and getting a couple more for my other tv's. Now just remember one thing though, I didnt know that you had to get a specific type of antenna depending on where you live. There's a website out there where you put in your adress and it tells you what to look for in an antenna that will work for you. Hope all you need is this one because you cant bet the price : )!!! P.S. By the way my other (now trash), more expensive antenna's WHERE on the list under antenna's that WOULD work for me and I also got it at Walmart.

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    jayfem
    illinois
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
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    Usage:Every day
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    Got TV?
    9/2/2014

    Customer review by namn

    5.0 stars 9/2/2014 by namn
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    We do now! We live about twenty miles from the nearest local station -- lots of trees, a few low hills. I wasn't sure this simple set of bunny-ears-antennae would cut it, but I plugged it into the TV, ran the station search, and we now have about eight channels of which we watch one (PBS, which was what I wanted anyway) with crystal clear picture and good sound. Positioning is key, of course, and if the antenna is not in quite the right orientation, the TV skips or goes out momentarily (which was a touch unnerving the first time it happened -- the last time I used bunny ears, if you didn't have them set right, the reception might be a little snowy, but it wouldn't skip like a toddler's DVD). Still, for $4, I'm well-pleased. A quick note: I found this online first but saw that they also sold it in stores, so I just figured I'd swing by and pick it up there. $10 in store; $4 online. Even I can do that math.

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