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Lava HD-2605 UHF/VHF HDTV Antenna with Remote Control

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  • Dual TV outputs
  • 360-degree rotation
  • High-sensitivity reception
  • Built in super low noise amplifier
  • Range: Up to 125 miles
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number A-2605
Item Weight4.8 pounds
Product Dimensions17 x 17 x 25 inches
OriginChina
Item model numberHD-2605
ColorGray
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Required?No
  
Technical Specification
Additional Information
ASINB002MW0K22
Best Sellers Rank #1,139 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 15, 2005
  
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Product Description

Product Description

With over 1,000 stations in more than 200 markets broadcasting digital television, nine out of ten households can now receive free HDTV signals with the right antenna, a set-top box and a high-definition television. This Lava Electronics HD-2605 Remote Control HDTV Antenna features 360-Degree rotation to make sure you get the best HDTV reception possible. Its high sensitivity reception helps you get the weakest HDTV signals in more rural areas. These antennas are capable of receiving weaker HDTV signals when no significant multipath (ghost) conditions exist, i.e. no reflective structures nearby.

From the Manufacturer

With over 1,000 stations in more than 200 markets broadcasting digital television, nine out of ten households can now receive free HDTV signals with the right antenna, a set-top box and a high-definition television. This Lava Electronics HD-2605 Remote Control HDTV Antenna features 360-Degree rotation to make sure you get the best HDTV reception possible. Its high sensitivity reception helps you get the weakest HDTV signals in more rural areas. These antennas are capable of receiving weaker HDTV signals when no significant multipath (ghost) conditions exist, i.e. no reflective structures nearby.

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Customer Reviews

Easy to install and works great.
Donna L Phillips
The only negative is that the motor to rotate the antenna does not work.
Deb Pitt
I live 25 miles away from most local stations.
Lance

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470 of 479 people found the following review helpful By John A. Ernissee Jr. on April 16, 2012
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I've rated this OTA Antenna at 4 stars and this is why. After installing 12 of these antennas in our local area (St. Augustine, Fl) I found they do receive stations very well from Jacksonville, FL where the TV Station Towers are from 30 to 45 miles distance. I personnaly have been using this antenna for about a year and I'm pleased with the results. In fact I consistently receive the ION channel coming from Brunswick, GA - about 90 miles distance.
Listed here are the major problems I've found and the solutions:

1: Not all TV tuners are made the same. Some have better sensitivity then others. So far I've found the Sanyo to be the worst for OTA (Over The Air) reception. The best TVs for OTA were the LG and the Viseo. The LG and Viseo tuners seem to have greater sensitivity then other models. Also, Sony and Hitachi perform very well. It's interesting to note that the LG tuners are made by Zenith in the US and shipped to Mexico where they assemble the TVs.

2: On three of the installations I've completed reception seemed to be sub par and at first I was unable to determine why. Recently I found that the RG6 cable supplied with the Lava Antenna is poorly made. The ground connection can cause loss of signal strength. When I replaced the cable with quality RG6 a dramatic change took place. On most TVS there is a Signal strength meter to determine signal quality. This can usaually be found, on most TVS, in the Setup Menu. With the better cable the signal strength increased from 50-60 to 90-100 or max. Wow, what a difference.

3: Mounting and positioning the Antenna is also very important. Make sure there are no obstructions between the antenna and the TV Tower i.e. Trees, buildings.
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148 of 154 people found the following review helpful By JD712 on September 19, 2010
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We live 80 to 100 miles from any transmission towers which are in several different directions. After trying several so called omnidirectional antennas we purchased this antenna after reading reviews. The antenna is outstanding. It pulls in strong signals from all the closest towers and we even get some channels from areas beyond 100 miles.

Keep in mind digital signals are effected by severe weather much like the small satellite dishes so during bad weather we loose the furthermost signals and some of the closest ones come and go during the worst weather.

We have been through several mid-west severe thunderstorms since I installed this antenna and everything still works like it did out of the box.

Just an added note the antenna arrived too late to install out side the first night so I sat it on a table in our front window and got better reception with it there than we were getting with our other antenna mounted 50 feet high outside. This is truly a great antenna and I would strongly recommend it especially for anyone living in extreme fringe areas.

My only suggestion to the company is to include a direction indicator on the on the remote control and have directional buttons instead of double clicking to reverse direction.
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52 of 55 people found the following review helpful By R. Glass on October 29, 2013
I suppose much of what I will write will duplicate what others have said. I live in a mountainous area with many trees. I am about 30 to 8- miles from the various transmitters for TV. I had Dish Network, but we got radio high speed Internet and dropped Dish and got streaming Netflicks. Because we had an old TV and the rotor that we had got taken out by a lightening strike in the area, we had no network reception.

A recent upgrade to a flat screen prompted me to hook up the antenna to the TV and I was able to get about 12 stations. I needed a rotor to get more so we decided on this antenna (the lava HD-2605 Ultra which is the current model - Oct 2013). It was able to pull in 22 stations. Of course, they were not all keepers- we deleted a number of them in which we had no interest, but the good thing was that I am now able to get all the networks.

Details of the installation- the antenna is about 40 feet off the ground at the top of a tower. We have one more section, so if we can find the use of a mast jack we might raise it to see if it makes a difference. We have about 80-90 feet of coax between the antenna and the control box, then about ten feet of coax from the control to the TV. We leave the gain on the control box at 100% all the time.

The weakest part of the antenna's function is, much like so many other people have stated, the rotor system. If you cannot visually see the antenna from where you have located the receiver so that you can see it move, good luck. There is only a single button on the remote as well as just one button on the box to control rotation. Pressing the button will make the antenna rotate, but you have no way of knowing in what direction.
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110 of 122 people found the following review helpful By John S. Pieri on April 24, 2010
We get 22 channels and we are 80 miles from the nearest transmitters.All the channels are clear, crisp, HDTV national channels and a few local channels. Install took about 20 minutes after assembly.All we used was a Phillips screw driver. Once mounted, with the directional motor, we aimed it perfectly for best reception.The 30 feet of cable provides lots of options for mounting on your roof top.We really didn't even need a tall pole, but we put it atop a 10 foot one inch pole.This will work on your RV or boat too, it doesn't have to be mounted too high.Cable TV is fine, but this will pay for itself in one month, so we were sold.
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