TERK HDTVA Amplified Directional Indoor HDTV Antenna

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TERK HDTVA Amplified Directional Indoor HDTV Antenna
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TERK HDTVA Amplified Directional Indoor HDTV Antenna

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TERK HDTVA Amplified Directional Indoor HDTV Antenna

VHF & UHF ELEMENTS FOR RECEPTION OF ALL AVAILABLE BROADCAST CHANNELS 2

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Color: Multicolor
Recommended Use: Indoor
Manufacturer: TERK
Condition: New
Manufacturer Part Number: HD-TVA
Model: HDTVA
Brand: TERK
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H): 14.30 x 12.90 x 3.70 Inches
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7/14/2009

Customer review by FinallyGotHDTV

5.0 stars 7/14/2009 by FinallyGotHDTV
by FinallyGotHDTV

I have been trying for two months to find a decent indoor hdtv antenna. I checked the directionality of broadcast signals in my metro area, and found that all were from the same geographical location within 25 miles from my house. Shouldn't be a problem finding an antenna, right? I then bought and tried several different antenna models, including RadioShack, Terk, RCA and Phillips; some flat, some not. I ended up returning them all except the RCA ANT1450 (flat, "better" rated, omni directional) which worked for one tv in a room on the South side of the house but didn't for a tv in a room on the North side. It was frustrating, but I decided to give it one last try and "upgraded" to the most expensive indoor antennas that were rated as "superior" for hdtv reception. I purchased 3 "superior" models at one time so I could compare their performance (and save me time running back and forth buying and returning). This Terk was the least expensive (by about $25) and the only directional of the bunch - the others were flat omni-directional. At first I placed each antenna next to the tv and pointed it in the correct signal direction. Each resulted in poor reception - even the omni-directional ones. Then I decided just to go ahead and place them in the window nearest to the tv but away from the signal direction. I figured it shouldn't matter with the omni-directional ones. I also reinserted the diodes for the Terk vertically rather than horizontally as suggested in the instruction manual, which made the whole antenna fit in the window as well as the flat antennas. After trying all 3 antennas, I found that the least expensive Terk out performed the other more expensive "omni-directional" models. Although for some reason, I can't receive one network channel no matter which antenna I've used, this Terk gets my vote for the best of the bunch! Make sure you try several locations - even places that don't seem logical - before you give up on your antenna.

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FinallyGotHDTV
Las Vegas, NV
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:45 - 54
Ownership:1 week or less
Gender:Female
Usage:Every day
poor performance, overpriced
6/27/2009

Customer review by ElectricAvocado

2.0 stars 6/27/2009 by ElectricAvocado
by ElectricAvocado

HDTV was meant to be UHF only and local stations where supposed to be concentrated in a single "antenna farm", but as we all know, the reality is that there are both UHF and VHF stations and they are not all in the same direction, This antenna is highly directional antenna , meaning it has to be pointed to the transmitter, which is a problem if you live in an area with different antenna farms. it is UHF only and will recieve VHF but only if you are extremely close to the antenna transmitter. the build quality of the antenna is very fragile and top heavy, it is constantly falling on its side. for the price, you could purchase an outdoor antenna that performs much better.

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ElectricAvocado
Houston, TX
Would recommend to a friend? No
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:11 - 12 months
Gender:Male
Usage:Every day
Works but not worth paying extra for Amplified
11/2/2011

Customer review by Bob2kim

3.0 stars 11/2/2011 by Bob2kim
by Bob2kim

I purchased this one and the 'Terk Passive HDTV/UHF/VHF Indoor Antenna', the price difference was about $30. I connected both and tested them each. I noticed they both performed the same, did not get any extra channels on the Amplied versus the regular Terk Antenna (except for more spanish channels). I live in Denver, CO. and was using a MutiDirectional HD antenna since that's what was recommended per where I live. Since all of our HD attenna's are west sitting on top of Lookout Mnt, I decided to purchase a this directional one instead. It works great! All channels are clear and don't need to point it out through my window, I just point it in the direction of the antenna's through my wall. However if you do decide to purchase this one it does perform very well as long as you point it in the direction of your HD Antenna for your city.

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Bob2kim
Aurora, Co
Would recommend to a friend? No
Age:35 - 44
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Male
Usage:Every day
I purchased this after reading reviews-a good buy
12/2/2011

Customer review by Nanook1

3.0 stars 12/2/2011 by Nanook1
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I live in rural Montana as was able to pick up on 12 stations (half of them PBS). The pros: Works very well for a small antenna. Good quality. Easy to assemble. All in all, not a bad piece. The cons: Major design flaws abound.-Look at the base and you can visualize how unstable this thing is. The cable for this needs to be longer than about 6' and does not need to extend out from the bottom of the already unstable unit. With both pros and cons in mind, I think that I would purchase this again. The antenna achieves its purpose and does a good job (after having to prop it up). As far as the value for dollar aspect goes, hmmm. I guess the price might be about $5-$10 on the high side.

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Nanook1
Missoula, MT
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:35 - 44
Ownership:1 week or less
Gender:Male
Usage:Every day
Great product, great value
1/24/2012

Customer review by akrm10

5.0 stars 1/24/2012 by akrm10
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We decided we would have cable no more and looked at many different antennas. After much research we bought this one and wouldn't change a thing! It was very simple to set up and adjust if need be (although once it was set we really haven't needed to change anything). We have an amazing HD picture and get almost 20 channels!! We would purchase this again in a heartbeat!! To find the right angle for your home, just go to http://www.antennaweb.org/aw/welcome.aspx and type in your address and it will tell you exactly where to point the thing. Easy!!!

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akrm10
Virginia Beach, VA
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Female
Usage:Every day
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