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Antennas Direct ClearStream4 HDTV Antenna

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  • Enjoy ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, and other local networks with their newly expanded programming for kid's, news, sports and more
  • Receives Crystal Clear UHF HDTV Signals
  • The perfect backup in case of emergencies or bad weather
  • 65+ Mile Range
  • Lifetime Warranty
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Product Specifications

Brand NameAntennas Direct

Technical Details

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Product Description

Product Description

ClearStream 4 HDTV Antenna
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ClearStream 4 Ultra Long Range HDTV Antenna

The ClearStream 4 antenna receives free over-the-air digital and HDTV reception with NO subscription, cable, or satellite fees. It offers the power and efficiency normally found in antennas up to 10 times its size. With an ultra long range of 65+ miles, the ClearStream 4 is the ideal antenna for rural or suburban installations challenged with receiving signals through heavy foliage outdoors or roofing materials in attic applications. This advanced technology allows the ClearStream line of antennas to be smaller and more powerful across today's DTV spectrum. In a compact 20" x 28" form, the ClearStream 4 is the first broad spectrum antenna without the performance compromises typically seen in outdated legacy antenna designs. It utilizes the patented ClearStream Tapered Loop Technology, which delivers the first new and superior antenna design. The ClearStream 4 delivers an impressive 98% of signal reception, rather than being lost through impedance mismatches and phase cancellation. ClearStream antennas are engineered for strength and durability. The Antennas Direct Lifetime Warranty assures you of its superior build quality. The ClearStream 4 comes with heavy duty u-bolts, mounting clamps, and hardware (J-mount and coaxial cable sold separately). Easy to assemble.


Enjoy all your local broadcasts from ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, PBS, and other local networks with expanded programming for kids, news, sports, sitcoms and more with no cost or contracts. Imagine never paying a monthly cable or satellite bill to enjoy your favorite shows. Also, the ClearStream 4 antenna is the perfect backup in case of bad weather when your cable or satellite goes out. With an antenna, you can watch your local weather to stay informed.

Watch Your Favorites
Watch All Of Your Favorite Shows

The ClearStream 4 delivers FREE HD programming from TV networks such as ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, PBS, and many more. *

Save Money
It's All Free and Over-The-Air

Simply connect the ClearStream 4 antenna to your TV** using a coaxial cable, perform a channel scan, and in minutes you'll be enjoying free local programming. The best part. ..never pay to watch TV again!

High Fidelity
The Best Picture and Sound Quality

You can now experience HDTV in the highest quality picture and sound available. Over-the-air broadcasts are transmitted in uncompressed, crystal clear 1080i; far surpassing what cable and satellite offer. Many local broadcasts are digitally aired in Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound giving you the ultimate soundstage for watching live television.

Locate Digital TV Broadcast Towers

The distance from the broadcast towers will vary based on the location of your home. Visit www.antennapoint.com and enter your address or zip code for details about the towers near you. This information will assist in selecting the correct antenna model and aiming your antenna for the best results.

Cutting Edge
The Latest Antenna Technology

Advanced design software allows this 20"H x 28"W antenna to be smaller and more powerful than ever. No other antenna in the category can rival its compact, powerful performance.

Other Stuff

*ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, and PBS are not affiliated with each other, or with Antennas Direct and do not endorse this product. All channels are subject to local broadcast availability and not all channels will be available in all locations or in HD. **Requires a TV with built-in digital tuner or a simple set-top converter box.

From the Manufacturer

The ClearStream4 HDTV antenna from Antennas Direct is a first in a series of compact, highly efficient antennas designed and optimized for 2009 UHF frequencies associated with the DTV transition.

Antennas Direct ClearStream4
The ClearStream4 is great for indoor, outdoor and attic use

ClearStream antennas represent a new breakthrough in size and unmatched ultra efficient design and directionality. Advanced design software allows these 20" x 28" antennas to be smaller and powerful across the core UHF DTV spectrum offering consistent high gain. This advancement in antenna efficiency allows up to 98% of the available broadcast signal to actually reach the incoming antenna cable rather than being lost to impedance mismatches. The ClearStream4 Quad-Loop design receives all core UHF DTV channels available with a range up to 65 miles. They are engineered for extra strength and durability, using anodized aluminum for corrosion resistance and are easy to assemble.

Up to 65 Miles of Range

The ClearStream4 features a gain of 12.2 dBi, deliving consistent gain through the entire UHF DTV channel spectrum. Totally new engineering for post-2009 UHF DTV frequencies makes the ClearStream4 an excellent choice for digital HDTV broadcasts and is great for indoor, outdoor and attic use.

Complete the Picture

Antennas Direct offers a complete line of mounting hardware and accessories that work with ClearStream series antennas. Consider adding the CPA19 ClearStream Pre-Amplifier Kit for more power in remote areas, or the ClearStream J-Mount for mounting in smaller building alcoves or interior mounting. To get the complete picture, check out the range of compatible accessories from Antennas Direct.

Product Details

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  • Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 28.2 x 20.1 inches ; 7.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B001BRXW74
  • Item model number: C4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (887 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 27, 2008

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

306 of 317 people found the following review helpful By JWalter on October 9, 2008
Absolutely the best antenna for DTV reception on the market! I upgraded from a DB4 in hopes of getting reception out of market and it easily locked in all the local stations at a distance of 40 miles, But I was blown away at how well it captured many stations from a town over 100 miles away. I live on a hill so that obviously helps and your mileage may vary, but I never had as much consistent long range reception with any other antenna. Another plus, it's no larger than a DB4.

One tip: The position of the binding posts used to attach the buss bars do not leave much room to tighten the wing nuts, so connect both sets of tapered loops with the buss bars, first, before assembling the rest of the antenna. That should make things easier.

FWIW, the negative review below is obviously a troll and should be disregarded; he has posted the exact same comments about the DB2 and the DB4. Hmmmm..
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215 of 230 people found the following review helpful By Nate Carlson on August 27, 2008
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I've been using a DB4 antenna for about a year and a half, and it was OK. It was connected to a 4-port amp, which outputs to a pair of HDHomeRuns. Out of the ~15 HD stations in my area, I could get a good signal on ~4 of them at a time (depending on how the antenna was pointed), marginal on 3-4, and the rest were totally unusable. I finally got tired of this, and was about to purchase a DB8, when I noticed this little beauty. I figured I couldn't go too far wrong, and ordered it. After 5 minutes for assembly and 5 minutes to mount it in the attic (just guessed which direction to point it -- the wide beam on this antenna is wonderful), 13 of the 15 stations get near-perfect reception (>90% signal, >90% SNR); the other two are good (>70% on both). WOW - what an improvement, especially for an antenna that is only slightly larger than the DB4!

Highly recommend this over the previous generations of Antenna Direct antennas. And with Amazon's Prime shipping, you can't go wrong on this!
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141 of 154 people found the following review helpful By David Rand on November 2, 2008
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I have an antenna in the attic which has pulled in analog signals for us just fine over the years. Got one of those digital to analog boxes so I would be able to continue getting off-air after February '09. Even though the box was attached to the same old antenna I was surprised that I could receive no digital stations.

Looking at the reviews I decided to get the Clearstream 4. I placed it in the attic, although the material recommended not to. It pulled in the 4 local digital stations but two of them were badly pixilated. I moved it up to the roof and am now receiving good signals. We live 25 miles from the TV towers, in a low valley with large trees between us and the towers. This antenna works! I also appreciate that it is light and thus was easy to move around to the different placements. If you are in a difficult location, be sure to point it at least roughly in the direction of the digital tower(s).
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84 of 92 people found the following review helpful By Keith Felt on January 25, 2011
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Installed this antenna in the attic (cement siding & pine shake roof) where the compact size and light weight make it easy (not cumbersome) to position and point. Pointing it properly made a really big difference in signal strength. My first attempt was pathetic, but with some adjustment (and moving it away from the metal furnace flue) I picked up all the HD channels from the tower 25 miles away with a signal strength between 50-100. It picked up all the channels off the UHF tower 25 miles to the north when pointing the antenna north, and even picked up the channels off the UHF tower 5 miles away which were about 120 degrees to the left.

While it has *great* UHF performance, I didn't realize this is *not* a VHF antenna, so it didn't pick up any VHF channels. Unfortunately, I didn't realize that a couple of our desired stations were VHF. So I purchased a Winegard HD7694P which includes both UHF and VHF. The Winegard's performance is on par with the ClearStream 4 for UHF, and has pretty good VHF performance too (it picked up our PBS & Fox channels in Seattle nicely). Downside of the HD7694P is that it's *much* larger/bigger/longer than the Clearstream 4 and somewhat ungainly to install/adjust/point inside an attic space as it's length, weight, and long metal rods tend to run into the attic 2x4's.

We got a free Tivo Premiere and are cancelling our DirectTV ($65/month) satellite service, because now we get lots of HD channels for free.

Moral of the story: Do your channel/signal homework. Check the whether your channels are UHF or VHF on antennapoint.com or antennaweb.org.

Final tip: When pointing your antenna, point it once, check the signal strength, and then adjust its orientation to improve the weakest channel you really want. The higher power/better signal channels will probably still be good and you'll get that weaker channel's signal you want up into the "green".
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By DMG on May 18, 2012
Having been a Cablevision subscriber for over 10 years now , I finally decided that they aren't getting anymore of my hard earned money. I am not a heavy tv user, and had only the basic plan for the past few years. I bought this antenna today and ran the channel set up about 5x while pointing it in many different directions. Being that I live in the Hudson Valley region of NY , pointing the antenna east towards Connecticut provided me with the most available channels and the best signal strength.I ended up with around 16 channels total, and that should be plenty of entertainment for the money (no more cable bill!). If I need to see more , I go online and watch my other favorite shows. This antenna is attractive , built solid , and works as advertised. I am picking up stations between 45 and 65 miles away.
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