Aside from aesthetics, I couldn't ask more from a TV antenna. Some people are spoiled with everything being wireless but I just cut out my Dish bill with Roku and I am one happy camper. This antenna helps by picking up local channels as well. I wish the instructions included doing an Air Scan...I almost returned all 3 antennas because I thought they didn't work. A knowledgeable neighbor showed me what to do just as I was returning them into their boxes. I can't compare them to other more expensive antennas because I haven't used any but I've read they are comparable. By the way...ALL ANTENNA'S are digital so don't get duped!
Digital Indoor TV Antenna, HDTV Digital Amplified Antenna 60 Miles Range with Switch Amplifier Signal Booster for Free Local Channels 4K HD 1080P VHF UHF All TV's - 16.5ft Coaxial Cable
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[High Performance Reception] -- 2019 Newest Amplifier Signal Booster! Which increases 5%-10% more reception than the old version. Equiped with new type switch control amplifier booster. Choose to use it or not according to your distance to the signal tower easily. Below 35 miles, Turn to the short-range side! Above 35 miles, turn to the long-range side.
[1080P, 4K HD Picture] -- You can now experience HDTV in the highest quality picture and sound available. Over-the-air broadcasts are transmitted in crystal-clear, full HD 1080; far less compressed than what cable and satellite offer.
[Zero TV Bill] -- With this digital TV antenna, you can receive free, local news, weather, kid's shows, sports, cooking, shopping, and sitcoms from networks like ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, PBS, CW, ION, and much more, with no cost or contracts.
[Set Up is Easy] -- 16.5 FT Long coaxial cable makes the antenna easier to place in your house. Connect one end of the coaxial cable to the antenna and the other end to your TV. Place the antenna on a window or wall for best results.
[Ultra-thin & Easy-to-use] -- Paper-Thin Design. Plug it in, turn on your TV and scan for channels!
Frequency Range: VHF 170-240Mhz, UHF 470-862Mhz
Compatible: 720p, 1080i, 1080p, HD, 4K | ATSC
Impedence: 75 ?
Coax Cable: Black L=16.5FT
Fast and Easy to Set Up:
1) Visit http://dtv.gov/maps to confirm available channels.
2) Place the antenna on window/wall or as high as possible.
3) Input your TV and make sure it is set for TV.
4) Set for the menu on your TV and make sure it is set for "air" or "antenna", whichever your TV menu has.
5) Go to "Scan for Channels" or "Channel Scan" etc., select "ok" and scan for the menu.
*** The actual receivable range highly dependents on your distance and location. Areas with large obstructions such in valleys, mountains, etc. will reduce effective range.
*** Always re-scan channels after moving the indoor antenna, the result will be better.
*** Please switch the amplifier to "short range" if your house is very close to the broadcast tower and have a very strong signal.
If your Indoor TV antenna can?t work as expected, try these tips:
a) Check to make sure you have correctly connected the HD antenna to your HDTV or third-party HD receiver.
b)Re-scan for channels: In the TV's setup menu, set the mode to HDTV antenna or air. Refer to the TV manual for detailed instructions.
c)Try different locations, put the antenna up as high as you can. Or close to the window.
1 x HDTV Antenna
2 x Magic Stickers
1 x Amplifier
1 x User Manual
1 x TV Connector
[2019 Latest] TV Antenna, HDTV Indoor Digital Amplified Antenna 60 Miles Range with Switch Amplifier Signal Booster for Free Local Channels 4K HD 1080P VHF UHF All TV's - 16.5ft Coaxial Cable
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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.
Better then the more expensive indoor antenna!!!
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.
Perfect if You Have a Strong Signal
I would recommend visiting www.FCC.gov/guides/antennas-and-digital-television to see if you have enough signal to use this antenna. There's a couple of links to dtvmaps where you can put in your location to find out. Also consider hills and buildings between you and the tower(s). If you can get a unobstructed strong signal this antenna is all you will need to get HD that's better than cable or satellite. Over the air HD signals are not compressed like a provider sends to you so HD is in all it's glory and the picture looks awesome. Also set input on TV to antenna if needed before doing the channel scan.
Not bad for the price
I was going to build a fractal antenna to pick up some OTA channels but for the price and amount of time I'd save, thought I would try this first. Works very well and gives a crystal clear picture. The closer to window the better, but I would definitely recommend this product. To get a good idea of what channels you will be able to pick up in your area prior to purchasing, check out TVFool.com http://www.tvfool.com/index.php?option=com_wrapper&Itemid=29
i read some other reviews that were very good so i thought i would give it a try.i already have a 36 inch tv with cable in the bedroom however i have a 15 inch tv with a built in dvd player i use to watch movies.i hooked it up to the small tv and now recieve 10 channels i dont recieve on cable including a oldie channel i cant seem to quit watching.when setting up channels remember to search air (not cable).this little antena brings in a high def pitcure sharp as can be.works great and the price is a bargain...
Since most of the TV stations are under 10 miles from my home I get very strong signals therefore a simple indoor antenna such as this RCA is enough to get 45 channels from 19 stations, including the popular Networks ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, PBS, Univision, etc. That's all I need and happy since I don't watch much TV.
Not good for rural areas
While this may work great in the city, I had better luck with a Mohu Leaf amplified antenna for the rural area where I live. However, this did pick up about 75% of the channels that the Mohu Leaf did...so for the price, it may be worth it for some people.
Works good when new, but seem to be fragile.
It seem to work good when new, but performance got considerable worse as I tried to adjust it to get more channels. Pull the rabbit ears out only once, and then be careful if you have to push them back in, as I believe I no longer have a good connection from the base to the far segments of the rabbit ears. I may try to return it and see if a replacement antenna works better, or I may shop for a more robust antenna.
RCA UHF/VHF Digital Indoor Antenna
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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