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The DB4 from Antennas Direct has become one of the most popular models of HDTV digital antennas because it is simply one of the bests mid-range HDTV antennas on the market. With an approximate 13.7dB of gain, it is one of the strongest multidirectional antennas available and performs consistently across the entire UHF spectrum. It even works well in areas where HD transmitters are sending in signals from multiple directions. The bow tie design of the DB4 uses triangular elements instead of rods to greatly increase the bandwidth allowing it to cover the entire UHF band.
Additionally, the mesh reflector of the bowtie is more efficient than a rod reflector, is lower in weight, and provides greater wind resistance for better performance and durability. If you are looking for an antenna that is practically guaranteed to perform, the DB4 is one of your safest choices. It will pull in all UHF frequencies and most higher-level VHF frequencies with a range of about 55 miles.
Weighing only 4.6 pounds, the DB4 is easy to install with the included mounting hardware. Thanks to its light weight and superior wind resistance, it's more resilient in outdoor applications than other common HDTV outdoor antennas while maintaining a strong signal.
Antennas Direct offers a complete line of mounting hardware and accessories that work with DB series antennas. Consider adding the CPA19 ClearStream Pre-Amplifier Kit for more power in remote areas, or the STM-715 Universal J-Mount for additional height when mounting on smaller building alcoves or exterior mounting. To get the complete picture, check out the range of compatible accessories from Antennas Direct.
I have used it in a town between Milwaukee and Chicago and was able to get stations from both areas. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Socha
It works for me. Living in a city and 40 miles away from the closest towers in downtown chicago.Published 3 months ago by SKA (IL USA)
This antenna worked well for me for years. I left it at my old house when I moved. Now there are more advanced antennas out there but this one treated me well.Published 5 months ago by MyAmazonPenName