Get the best possible digital and HD picture quality--the DB2 from Antennas Direct is the perfect way to boost your HDTV signal, with up to 11.4dB of gain, multi-directional reception, and a range of up to 30 miles. It's small enough to work as an indoor/outdoor antenna, with a profile to fit whatever space you have available.
Get the best possible digital and HD picture quality.
Low-profile design for indoor/outdoor use.
Easy to assemble.
Although the DB2 was originally designed for outdoor use, it has quickly become one of our most popular indoor antennas due to its small size and extraordinary gain. Weighing just 2.8 pounds and with dimensions of 12 x 19 x 4 inches (H x W x D), it's great for indoor, outdoor, or attic use. The bowtie design provides strong gain across the entire UHF spectrum and it functions incredibly well in areas where a low profile antenna is required. In fact the DB2 was recently named "The highest performing indoor antenna" from HDTV Primer.
High-Gain HDTV Reception
Today, local digital TV (DTV)--including HDTV--is available over the air. Over-the-air signals are not compressed like cable or satellite transmissions, not to mention they're free. The DB2 offers a range of 1-30 miles, with multi-directional reception and high gain (up to 11.4 dBi). After local signals are received by your antenna, the digital signals must be decoded, so your television can display a digital picture.
To watch true HDTV, you'll need:
- Programming originating (produced) and broadcast in HDTV (Not all programming from your local station or cable or satellite channels is broadcast in HD--consult your local programming guide)
- An HDTV tuner (receiver)
- An HDTV monitor (display)
Note: While your new antenna will allow you to receive local over-the-air (OTA) digital TV stations, it will not provide cable or satellite channels.
What's in the Box
DB2 Antenna, Set of Reflectors, Set of 2 Elements With Transformer and Weather Boot, 2 Sets of 4-Inch Bolts With Aluminum Sleeves, Mast Clamp, User Manual, Installation Instructions