Small in size, but works great . I was pleasently surprized as to the quality of the picture as well as the number of broadcast channels available for free over the airwaves ... This was the first month for me without a cable TV bill since cable came out .... And it feels great...I installed it at approximately 30 feet above ground with a lightening cable ( just in case). Very easy installation using existing "old " CATV cable from the back of the house to the TV....thanks Comcast......
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HDTV Rotor Remote Outdoor Amplified Antenna 360 UHF/VHF/FM HD TV 150 Miles:
- Range: 150 miles
- Broadcast in both High Definition and Standard Definition
- For 1080p or 720p depending on the broadcast signal and your TVs resolution capability
- Low-noise and high-gain amplifier is built in
- Built-in motor turns the antenna 360 degrees
- Motor turns in both directions to avoid tangles
- Wireless remote controller
- Control box with dual TV outputs is included
- 360 TV antenna assembles in minutes
- Mounts to a pole up to 1" diameter (pole not included)
- Recommended to be mounted 30' above ground level
- Also includes cables and power adapter
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Wish we would have seen this antenna first before we wasted the money buying other antennas. This antenna has 150 mile range on it. Pickups really good. Picture goes crazy a couple clicks of the remote moves the antenna and wow what a picture.
Works as stated. No problems with assembly & all parts were there. My husband put it on a tall pole (we have a lot of trees across the road). The rotation of the antenna worked well. Have already recommended this product to others.
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Brings in up to 8 channels-suits us fine-thats using inside the attic of a garage, outdoor one brings in 23. Deal for free TV.
Easy assembly easy instalation works fast delivery G R E A T!
Great for Northwest Arkansas
I purchased one last year for myself and got 42 channels out on Beaver Lake so I decided to purchase one for Christmas for our breakroom at work. We put it up on a cloudy day and received 50 channels on first try!. Get ready Best Choice Products I have had already 12 people ask me for the website for this antenna so if you see a bunch of orders out of Rogers, Springdale, and Fayetteville, Arkansas area you know where they came from. I have purchased another one for my father-in-law for Christmas on the eastern side of Arkansas and I will let you know how the results turn out.
setting it up on top of my TV I got 3 channels! Then I went and bought a 5 foot galvanized pole that it can hold and I had to tape it to the side of my TV because I can't find anybody to put it up on my house outside, now, I get 14 channels! Just taping it to the side of the tv! I know this is not recommended, but since I am in a wheelchair I don't have much of a choice! Oh, & I used Gorilla Tape to tape it to the side of the TV! Lmao I should tell you, that my TV is probably 15 years old and weighs literally three thousand pounds! So its strong enough to hold the pole and antenna I just hope the tape holds out lmao ceiling is 8 feet and it's about up 7 feet! I can't wait to see how many channels I will get when it gets put on top of the house! I live 50 miles to the nearest city where there is broadcast channels and if I get this many this close I can't wait to see how many I can get further away! I don't know if I'll be able to get Chicago channels but one way to find out is just stick it up on top of the antenna pole outside! It was very easy to put together and do everything it needed to do. the instructions are like, please you can do a better job but I figured it out! oh and the remote is a piece of junk. I don't know how long it will last sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. The way I have it set up if you look at the picture, it wont spin 360 because of the wall I'm hoping to fix that at a later date.
Good Bye Cable Company
Can get most of my local TV stations with great picture quality. Live near the ocean In California about 17 miles north of Tijuana. Takes a bit of assembly with about ten screws. . I installed it inside my house up on the ceiling. Bought These two items From the Home Depot to secure it to the ceiling. A. 3/4 in. Black Malleable Iron FPT Floor Flange B. 3/4 in. x 4 in. PVC Riser . I first gave it a test placing on top of a high shelf to see what it would do. Worked good so i then installed it on the ceiling not far from where i tested it. I subscribe to Amazon Prime and they have a ton of free movies and shows on demand to stream on my computer monitor so i do not need to have cable for movies any longer.
Over air antenna
I installed this antenna on the existing satellite bracket and used the existing coaxial cable. Once I had the antenna pointing in the right direction, I was in business. I receive four major networks in HD and have cut my television bill $60 a month. The antenna works well in northwest Arkansas.
It could be so much better, but it is not bad
I am a 66yr old retired electronics engineer. I have been working with this stuff since I was 19. This product is not bad at all but the instructions for set up are terrible. A few more pictures with a bit more detail would make a huge difference. The most confusing thing are the coaxial connections. There are three, one for the ant and two for tvs. They are not clearly marked, in fact the embossing on the control box is so faint I did not see it at all until about the 3rd for 4th time I was trying to figure it out. It still is not clear. There are two words embossed on the box but three connectors. There is a built in coaxial cable and two connectors for additional cables. It wasn't until I used a multi meter to measure the voltage on each connection that I understood which connector was which. The attached coax of about 20" is the 1st TV connection. The connector closest to the center of the box is the one for the Ant, and the one on the outside is a 2nd TV connection. Once it is assembled and set up there is no indication which direction the Ant is moving when you push the rotate button. There is a red light that comes on when the Ant is rotating and that is helpful. It appears that the standard function is for the Ant to rotate in one direction when the button is initially pushed and then when the button is released and pressed again it reverses direction. This would be helpful for fine tuning if the ant did not rotate so quickly. Also it does not always reverse direction. Sometimes it goes in the same direction and there is no indication of this to the user. It is only seen by observing the Ant. Using the signal strength meter provided in my TV setup menu I rotated the ant back and forth and found the strongest signal. Later when trying to fine tune on a channel that was weaker it was very difficult as the ant would move too far too fast and miss the sweet spot. The remote control for Ant rotation is IR and must be in a direct line with the control box and no further away then about 5 feet. I found this of no use at all since my TV is more than 5 feet from my chair. The good news is once you find the sweet spot in my location, most of the channels work from that spot. Two of them need tweaking to strengthen the signal and it is not a quick adjustment given the function of this unit.
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