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Channel Master CM2016 HDTV VHF High Band and UHF Antenna

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  • Reception Range: Channels 7 thru 69 up to 35 Miles
  • Receives digital/HDTV & analog UHF/HIGH VHF TV signals
  • Turning Radius: 34 in
  • Can mount to mast on roof, walls, chimneys and attics
  • Easy Installation; Turning Radius: 34": Number of Elements: 22
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The Channel Master 2016 is a compact outdoor TV antenna that is engineered to receive high-quality digital/HDTV broadcasts over channels 7 to 51. Tune into your favorite broadcast high-definition channels without any monthly fees.

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  • Product Dimensions: 36.5 x 47 x 22 inches ; 3.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0018BZJNS
  • Item model number: CM-2016
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (158 customer reviews)
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56 of 58 people found the following review helpful By D. L. Newman on November 6, 2009
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Granted the directions are bad, but it is so simple to set up that directions aren't needed. I bought it under the assumption that the range is 35 miles. I have it in the attic of our two story house, pointed at a station 60 miles away and it comes in flawlessly. All or local stations are 90 degrees off this station and they come in resonably well for being that far off. I tried it with am amplifier, but the amp is not needed so I removed it. Here are two good sites to help you find what stations you might recieve.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Paul on June 23, 2009
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I live Los Alamitos, CA and its 29.7 miles away from where the signal transmission comes from and my signal here is excellent. The bar is at about 90%. I get all the locals plus all of their sub stations. I also get a bunch of other channels, Spanish for my mom and bunch of other that I dont watch. Real easy setup and it seems very durable. I just removed the old Direct tv dish that was on the roof and attached this right to the pole, it came with all the right hardware to do so. I did have to run new cable because they seem to have a filter on theirs that I could not find. Its a two story apt and the cable is about 40 feet long with a regular splitter inside the house to y the signal to my moms room. I'm also using a insignia hdtv converter box. Overall I'm very satisfied and I get a lot of compliments on the reception but I did not buy it here. Hope this helps and good luck.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By J. Stimson on June 28, 2011
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The CM-2016 antenna is advertised as a UHF and VHF-high antenna. I live 11 miles from the local broadcast antennas, with an intervening ridge. I discovered that while I could receive most of the stations that broadcast over UHF, I could not receive 3 of the 4 stations that broadcast over VHF-high, and the fourth VHF station was very weak. According to [...], those stations should have been in the top 5 easiest to receive at my location. When I investigated, I was able to dig up the specs on the CM-2016 (they are not available on the product page, I had to use Google) and found that it does not act as a directional antenna in the VHF-high range! That explains why the VHF-high performance was not nearly as good as the UHF.

I switched to a Winegard HD7694P HDTV High Band VHF Antenna, which is directional in the VHF-high band, and those stations come in strong and clear. I gained 10dB of signal to noise ratio on channel 7, and the Winegard also improved or equaled the SNR across the UHF band as well (from 5dB to 0dB improvement).

The CM-2016 does have the advantage of being small! But the Winegard is not exactly a monster. If you only need UHF, and you place a premium on having an unobtrusive antenna, the CM-2016 isn't bad.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By earthnfire78 on December 6, 2010
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I. Indoor or Outdoor
The choices that are out there for indoor/outdoor antennas are many, and most are really good. After living with indoor antennas for a while and using one indoor antenna outdoors, decide that it was time to try an outdoor one. The tossup between this and the RCA ANT751, but in the long run the Channel Master 2016 won: why this one, simply the price. Even though there are some good indoor antennas out there, they all have the same problem: not every channel will come in with the antenna in the same spot. That was the main reason for opting for an outdoor antenna, that and I'm about 27 miles for the transmitters.
II. Setting up the Antenna
After receiving it, as it was a hour after sun down and to late to install it, took the 18ft Coaxial cable going to the wall and hooked the antenna to it. Every single channel came in beautifully, getting about 3 to 4 bars of 5 in signal straight with Media Center on both turners: With one turner get all 5 bars. My old Digital Flat Amplified RCA Antenna has an amplified box, so decided to keep that hook in for the simple reason that I'm slipping the antenna signal. The Amplified RCA Antenna worked great, but would say that it is not omnidirectional liked it claimed, for it worked better pointing the flat side to the broadcast antennas. Did not cause me any problems until I add another turner for my Media Center. One of the problems I ran in to with the RCA antenna is when either watch one channel and recording another, or recording two channels. One of the channels would not be recorded because of signal drop, mostly with the NBC, and/or CBS channel affiliates and some times FOX.
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Tiny Tim on January 16, 2010
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This is a very well priced antenna for those wishing to pick up high VHF and UHF signals from a moderate distance from source. It is compact, lightweight and unfolds right out of the box.

I was disappointed to find that neither the mast (clearly pictured) nor the 50' of coax (eluded to in description) were included.

You will only receive an antenna with the mounting hardware for the antenna only. After a pricey trip to Radio Shack and a bit of blood, sweat and tears I eventually received my first HD channels. I do plan on purchasing the Eagle Aspen UHF 2-bay and add it to my 5 ft mast - to pick up stations in another nearby city at a different bearing.

You wont be disappointed with the antenna if you don't mind generic instructions and the lack of mounting hardware. The weather-proof coax boot is awkward as well as the bracket to secure the joint to the antenna (I tossed it out and used cable ties).

Overall it is a good value and can fit a multitude of installation scenarios.

Amazon was great with their customer service regarding the product picture and description errors.
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