I live in AZ and decided to cut the cord for cable a few months back. I started out with an inexpensive indoor antenna that was functional, but would not always pick up signals without interference. So i upgraded to a more expensive indoor antenna that i was assured would do a better job. Yes, it did, but still i had to constantly get up and adjust just to receive signal each time i changed the channel. So i bought a splitter and attached both to the tv. This did do still better, but some channels on certain days were still difficult. So a friend told me to try an outdoor antenna. I was skeptical and figured it would be a lot of work to put up. So i didnt want to spend a lot of money in this experiment. Well, after much research i bought this one. The only real knocks in the reviews i read were for the assembly instructions and that it didnt seem to be made with the best of materials. As for assembly, i found no problems putting it together without even looking at the instructions. And for the materials used to manufacture it, it is just basically plastic and aluminum which is why i only gave it three stars. Though that may be unfair, because i dont know how long it will actually hold up. I do live in AZ with some extreme weather conditions so i will find out. But as for its functionality? It works PERFECTLY! I couldn't be happier with the clarity of picture, signal reception and the number of channels we get. Easily over 60! And to install it on the roof, i just attached it to the dish mount which we already had.
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