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RCA Outdoor 60 Mile Antenna With Mast - UHF, VHF and HDTV

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RCA ANT3036WE - TV / radio antenna - outdoor - FM, UHF, VHF

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Specifications

Brand
VOXX - ACCESSORIES
Manufacturer Part Number
ANT3036WE
Assembled Product Weight
11.45 lbs
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
7.00 x 7.00 x 57.00 Inches

Customer Reviews

5 stars
113
4 stars
44
3 stars
18
2 stars
9
1 star
14
Most helpful positive review
169 customers found this helpful
Teriffic antenna for multiple bands & applications
Most of my DTV stations are on UHF. One is on VHF. They are about 20 miles away with tons of large trees in the way. With the existing rabbit ears and loop antenna inside the house, my brand new Samsung plasma HDTV would cut in and out on several channels. Even placing the rabbit ears and loop in the window nearest to the direction of the broadcast stations only helped a little. I purchased this antenna and had planned to install it on my chimney. It was easy to put together and is made well. It is also MADE IN THE USA by Audiovox. I put it up in the rafters inside my attached garage and tested it out. Worked well. I permanently installed it by drilling holes into the mounting mast and secured it to my roof rafters. I then secured the antenna up in the rafters as high as I could get it, and pointed it toward the transmitter towers in Milwaukee. I added brand new RG-6 cabling to a 4-port GE plug-in amplifier. I then connected these outputs to my HDTV and my stereo receiver. Both of them work AWESOME on ALL available channels from the list that I received from ANTENNAWEB.ORG. I actually received 90% signal or better on all channels of TV, and even pick up signals from 30 miles in the opposite direction of where I have the antenna pointed. Even with an amplified TERK indoor FM antenna in the window, I could not keep a "stereo" lock on most radio stations. This solved my issues there as well on ALL available FM radio stations. I plan to hook this up to receive my NOAA Weather Radio broadcasts as well on my emergency radio. Bottom Line: This thing is HUGE, but works GREAT.
Most helpful negative review
4 customers found this helpful
Antenna not as powerful as advertised
WE ARE 35 MILES FROM SAN FRANCISCO WITH PRETTY CLEAR SIGHT AND THIS ANTENNA DID NOT DO AS WELL AS A MUCH OLDER ONE WITH MORE ELEMENTS FOR GETTING OTA SIGNALS. DIRECTIONS DID NOT EXACTLY MATCH THE ANTENNA. WALMART SHIPPING AND HANDLING (INCLUDING RTURN) WAS EXCELLENT.
Most helpful positive review
169 customers found this helpful
Teriffic antenna for multiple bands & applications
Most of my DTV stations are on UHF. One is on VHF. They are about 20 miles away with tons of large trees in the way. With the existing rabbit ears and loop antenna inside the house, my brand new Samsung plasma HDTV would cut in and out on several channels. Even placing the rabbit ears and loop in the window nearest to the direction of the broadcast stations only helped a little. I purchased this antenna and had planned to install it on my chimney. It was easy to put together and is made well. It is also MADE IN THE USA by Audiovox. I put it up in the rafters inside my attached garage and tested it out. Worked well. I permanently installed it by drilling holes into the mounting mast and secured it to my roof rafters. I then secured the antenna up in the rafters as high as I could get it, and pointed it toward the transmitter towers in Milwaukee. I added brand new RG-6 cabling to a 4-port GE plug-in amplifier. I then connected these outputs to my HDTV and my stereo receiver. Both of them work AWESOME on ALL available channels from the list that I received from ANTENNAWEB.ORG. I actually received 90% signal or better on all channels of TV, and even pick up signals from 30 miles in the opposite direction of where I have the antenna pointed. Even with an amplified TERK indoor FM antenna in the window, I could not keep a "stereo" lock on most radio stations. This solved my issues there as well on ALL available FM radio stations. I plan to hook this up to receive my NOAA Weather Radio broadcasts as well on my emergency radio. Bottom Line: This thing is HUGE, but works GREAT.
Most helpful negative review
4 customers found this helpful
Antenna not as powerful as advertised
WE ARE 35 MILES FROM SAN FRANCISCO WITH PRETTY CLEAR SIGHT AND THIS ANTENNA DID NOT DO AS WELL AS A MUCH OLDER ONE WITH MORE ELEMENTS FOR GETTING OTA SIGNALS. DIRECTIONS DID NOT EXACTLY MATCH THE ANTENNA. WALMART SHIPPING AND HANDLING (INCLUDING RTURN) WAS EXCELLENT.
1-10 of 198 reviews

Teriffic antenna for multiple bands & applications

Most of my DTV stations are on UHF. One is on VHF. They are about 20 miles away with tons of large trees in the way. With the existing rabbit ears and loop antenna inside the house, my brand new Samsung plasma HDTV would cut in and out on several channels. Even placing the rabbit ears and loop in the window nearest to the direction of the broadcast stations only helped a little. I purchased this antenna and had planned to install it on my chimney. It was easy to put together and is made well. It is also MADE IN THE USA by Audiovox. I put it up in the rafters inside my attached garage and tested it out. Worked well. I permanently installed it by drilling holes into the mounting mast and secured it to my roof rafters. I then secured the antenna up in the rafters as high as I could get it, and pointed it toward the transmitter towers in Milwaukee. I added brand new RG-6 cabling to a 4-port GE plug-in amplifier. I then connected these outputs to my HDTV and my stereo receiver. Both of them work AWESOME on ALL available channels from the list that I received from ANTENNAWEB.ORG. I actually received 90% signal or better on all channels of TV, and even pick up signals from 30 miles in the opposite direction of where I have the antenna pointed. Even with an amplified TERK indoor FM antenna in the window, I could not keep a "stereo" lock on most radio stations. This solved my issues there as well on ALL available FM radio stations. I plan to hook this up to receive my NOAA Weather Radio broadcasts as well on my emergency radio. Bottom Line: This thing is HUGE, but works GREAT.

Very good antenna....very happy with it...

I followed the instructions and it took me about 1 hour to install it on the roof. But be very carefull about grounding the antenna and also about the part of static electricity. I already had all the cables and installation ready from my old Dish receptor, so I already had the grounding and the static cable connections ready. I inserted the pole that came with the antenna into the stomp (short pole) from my old dish and put some bracelet around to tight the two poles together. I used a rubber coupling that has a metal bracelet at the two ends to hold the two poles together and pointed the antenna to the right place on the horizon and that was it. If you don't ground the antenna properly, you may end up frying your TV's if a storm hits it. I can see all channels in my area and they are showing crystal clear. Walmart delivered at the store about a week after I ordered online for free....thanks wal....

Great reception that is as good as cable or satellite. Receive 39 digial channels and 1 analog. Easy install. 35 to 80 miles from towers. I have no rotor or boosters. They say you get what you pay for but with this reasonably priced antenna it gives more than that. I love it.

rolling woodsy area

We're about 60 miles from the towers we need and surrounded by miles and miles of tall pines and oaks. The ground is rolling hills - nothing steep. We have the tower about 25' in the air. We get ABC, NBC, CBS,12.2, 12.3, PBS (20.1 and 20.3), 26.2 and 6.2. all of the stations are crystal clear. occasionally we get pixelation (weather? wind? signal strength?) on the 12.2, 12.3 channels. An amplifier doesn't seem to make any difference so we're not using one. The antenna replaced the old RCA antenna that was hit one too many times with falling branches. The old one gave us another year or two with bent prongs and eventually one broken one. But when we had to start putting masking tape on too many we lost some reception. We bought it from Walmart because the price was good online (much more $ in store) and we knew we could bring it back if it didn't work. We had to bring the first one we ordered back to the store because it was already bent. We exchange it for a good one with some confusion over the huge dif. in price between online and in-store.

Great Antenna for up to 40 miles.

For every 30 miles out you need three times the range antenna. I only get four channels, and that's with a 30 db amplifier, but I think there is only four channels available from that direction. Since my small antenna got the same channels but was very spotty even with thew amp. This antenna works very well, crystal clear always on channels no spotty reception. Awesome High Definition signal. I want another antenna and point it in a different direction to get more channels. Overall a good antenna. If you live further than 40 miles as the crow flies this is not good enough. You would need at least a 90 mile plus antenna, and I always use an signal amp too.

It works well

Bought this to replace the second small amplified antenna I had fail in a year. It is large, but very light, it doesn't seem particularly strong and is all very thin aluminum and plastic. I was able to carry it up my ladder with one hand. Some of the holes didn't quite line up during assembly and the threads on the coax connection broke free and spun while trying to tighten the cable. I noticed this immediately and was carefull not to torque it all the way around. It comes with no cable, so I got good quality coax and hooked it to my tv. I now get all the major channels and a bunch of others. My small amplified antennas only pulled in one major channel and maybe 3 others. So despite the lack of quality it does work really well without any amplification or rotators. You will need to provide your own grounding block/ lightning arrestor set up as well. It cost $20 less at WM than the home improvement stores so happy enough in the end.

priced right happy with the finished product

It was bigger than my original antenna. The instructions were easy to follow. The back assembly did not fit into the main assembly and had to be bent in order for the corners to slide into the main assembly. the front assembly elements had no connection or instruction for connection. The reception is ok. Just a little better than the original antenna that had broken elements which it incured when it hit the ground during hurricane Wilma in 2005. Well worth the price if you are above average assembler. was happy with the delivery was expecting on the 9th and got it on the 6th , election day.

RCA antenna 60 mile

We live in a low lying area and have no cable tv or access to satellite tv due to huge trees surrounding us. I bought this to get us something other than Netflix and looped live feed from our local station. It came in 3 pieces that had to be assembled and it was not too hard but it is VERY large and you need a fairly open area to put it together. I actually used the tailgate of my pickup to hold it once it was assembled on its 5 foot mast. we then clamped that mast to a longer antenna pole that was on the property and it is about 30 feet in the air to try and get out of depression and voila we got 4 channels right off bat. No turning changed stations coming in and they were very clear even though they are coming from an area about 100 miles away. IT is made of aluminum is very lightweight and definitely would not handle getting hit hard from a falling limb. its mast pole is galvanized steel though. so far it has been up about 2 weeks and no issues so far. have had winds up to 40 mph and no damage but a blip of picture some but that is most likely due to storms in area blocking signal in general. overall good but as I said very large. it is at least 5 feet wide by 8 feet long.

Antenna not as powerful as advertised

WE ARE 35 MILES FROM SAN FRANCISCO WITH PRETTY CLEAR SIGHT AND THIS ANTENNA DID NOT DO AS WELL AS A MUCH OLDER ONE WITH MORE ELEMENTS FOR GETTING OTA SIGNALS. DIRECTIONS DID NOT EXACTLY MATCH THE ANTENNA. WALMART SHIPPING AND HANDLING (INCLUDING RTURN) WAS EXCELLENT.

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1-3 of 87 questions
by fryfryMarch 26, 2010


Last answer: August 22, 2010
1. YES...IF YOU USE A SIGNAL SPLITTER .
by TVperfection
2. We currently have four TVs attached with great reception.
by agi1
3. Not out of the box, but you can with a coaxial splitter (from Radio Shack?).
by muchomagic
4. Yes,Just Use A Splitter,Can Get Them At Radio Shack,Places Like That,
by Nemorator
5. yes. You would need a splitter. Walmart sells a 4 or 5 way splitter for about $6 and also sells a 2 way splitter. I've read that you may need an amplifier if you split it to several TVs, or if your cable run is long. I used a 50 foot coax and did not split it. My signal strength was so good I think I could easily spit it to two TVs without a need for an amp. You can buy an amp for about $20 at Walmart, but it runs on 110 power. That is another good reason to put it in the attic as it is usually easier to run power in the attic than it is outside on the roof. If you have a light bulb in the attic, Lowe's sells a screw in adaptor that gives you a plug in at the light bulb fixture.
by MSforestry
6. Just buy a splitter at your local hardware store (6-10 bucks). I've got 3 TVs working off mine.
by TimSul
6 Answers
Last answer: August 22, 2010

by jay789July 31, 2012


Last answer: September 28, 2012
1. 2-69
by jimsan40
2. 2-69 if they are in range
by stuckwith
3. Since the antenna is described as UHF/VHF, it is capable of receiving stations broadcasting in either frequency. Channels 2-6 are said to be in 'low VHF' while channels from 8-13 are in 'high VHF'. Channels 14-69 are all in the UHF spectrum. Some channels that have previously broadcast in the VHF spectrum prior to the digital rollout have actually changed to the UHF frequencies and taken advantage of a higher power output. In the Houston, TX area, for example, there are only 3 stations that continue to broadcast in VHF: 8, 11, & 13. These stations are also the most troublesome to receive for viewers more than 30 miles away because they all transmit at a low power output of 17-22kW compared to 233kW-1000kW for UHF stations. Channel 2, however, actually broadcasts at 35 and has 1,000kW of power output.
by iSIGnaFi
4. 2-69 i get 63 channels
by joeskb
5. I am receiving 2-65
by MrMugzi
5 Answers
Last answer: September 28, 2012

by blueyes6729January 1, 2011


Last answer: March 4, 2012
1. Yes the same coaxial cable will work fine
by juydsvbgf
2. better check with a local installer. the antenna may not be able to give you enough signal and poor installation will leave you most unhappy.
by stuckwith
3. Yes, where your cable comes into the house you probably have a splitter, you should be able to attach the antenna there. We run four TVs with a one to three way splitter where the antenna comes into the house and use an additional one to two splitter within the house between two adjoining rooms.
by agi1
4. I hooked this up to my existing cables, used a signal booster and run on multiple tv's.
by Frank1111
5. Yes You Can,I Have My Antennae On a 40 Ft Tower With a Rotery/With Remote,I Can Pick Up Quite A Few Channels,For Free,I Hate Cable Prices,
by Nemorator
5 Answers
Last answer: March 4, 2012

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