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Pixel Technologies AFHD-4 Satellite Radio AM/FM and HD Radio Antenna

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  • Digital reception on both AM and FM
  • High Gain on both bands for greater sensitivity
  • Pure band separation for optimal performance
  • FM Stereo 80 Miles, FM HD 50 Miles, AM (Mono) 90 Miles, AM HD 50 Miles
  • Easy to install - mast and wall-mount options included
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Pixel Technologies AFHD-4 Satellite Radio AM/FM and HD Radio Antenna + Pixel Technologies AFKIT AM / FM Expansion Kit AF KIT for use with the AFHD4 + Winegard DS-2000 Universal Antenna Mount with U-bolts
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Pixel Technologies
  • Model Number: AFHD-4
  • Antenna Type: Fixed
  • Width: 4 inches
  • Display Height: 4 inches
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Product Description

Designed for easy outdoor or attic installation with rugged pro-quality construction, this low profile Omni-directional antenna will bring out the best performance from any receiver. This antenna delivers the best in class AM/FM and HD radio reception over a single RG-6 cable.

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Technical Details
Brand NamePixel Technologies
Item Weight4 pounds
Product Dimensions57 x 5 x 6 inches
Item model numberAFHD-4
Item Display Height4 inches
  
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ASINB001I7T6AE
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Shipping Weight4.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableOctober 13, 2008
  
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By P. Watase on April 15, 2009
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It does work. Other AM/FM antennas like Terk and others do not work. My home is in a dead zone for both AM and FM. For some reason, cheap portable radios work and so does the car, but my expensive home stereo receivers only catch one FM and ZERO AM stations. I bought a Terk antenna...didn't work. AAUGH! I need my sports radio. Need to listen to Hawaii football! Go Warriors!

As a last resort, I bought this and it worked. I still don't get all the local radio stations, but now I get 6 FM stations and several AM stations...best of all I can now listen to sports radio on my home stereo.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Robert Gordon on January 27, 2009
I recently purchased a Polk I-Sonic HD Radio. Because of my property, tons of trees, I was having trouble picking up a consistent HD signal. I tried at least four different indoor antennas with little to no improvement. I then went to the AM / FM / HD Radio Outdoor Antenna (Model AFHD-4). It was extremely easy to install and now I pick up all FM HD stations in my area, with a solid signal. The only reason I didn't give it five stars was that it talks about also improving the AM band and that was not true in my case. However, that is not what I wanted it for, I strictly purchased it for the FM band and it works great!!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Hintz on June 23, 2013
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In past 2 months, i have now purchased 3 of these same exact antennas from Amazon. Each one I installed works amazingly well, whether it was at my house, my parents house or at work.
I mounted each antenna outside either on my satellite antenna mount or at gable end of house/roof peak.

Each location that i have mounted these antennas (central Wisconsin location) is easily pulling in stations from 60 to 80 miles away where my old outside FM antenna could barely pull in stations 35 miles away..

I am easily pulling in Fox Valley (eastern Wisconsin) stations without any issue at all.

Antennas come with lightning suppression, several attenuators (i have not used any), and with very durable mounting hardware.

VERY well made antenna!!

i would gladly purchase more if needed.
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25 of 32 people found the following review helpful By D. Sytsma on October 31, 2010
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Having a workshop below ground level, trying to listen to radio while I worked is an exercise in frustration. I was limited to maybe two very close (5 miles distant)FM stations, and no AM due to static and hum from fluorescent lights. Not wanting to enter into a long term satellite radio contract, I bought this antenna, mounted on the peak of my roof, and hooked it into a Sony receiver with quad-shielded coax. I live high on the edge of a river valley, so I thought that reception shouldn't be a problem and I wanted a small footprint, as opposed to using a big TV type antenna. I hooked it all up and compared it to the Sony-supplied antennas. Okay, no more static and hum on the AM band. Number of stations received was about 25% better than the Sony antennas, but I still can't get stations I want (either AM or FM) that are less than 15 miles away. The Sony antennas were free with the receiver, and I've got over $150 tied up in this turkey (antenna, roof mount, coax, and parts) with negligible gain in performance. If I can find an old TV mast type antenna I may try it just for comparison's sake, since I already have all the coax and stuff anyway, or end up with XM or Sirius satellite radio. I may try to return it but I think I've had it too long, so I probably will have to eat it. Bottom line: if it's the "best ever" antenna, your situation is hopeless. Over priced and severely over rated. Save your money and forget about this antenna.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Robert on September 1, 2014
This is definitely a solidly constructed (professional grade), omni directional outdoor AM/FM antenna.
To preface this, I live in a optimal location for receiving signals (almost on top of a hill at 485 feet).
Additionally I have a tower that I mounted the antenna to (I am a ham radio operator) so that gave it another 45 feet putting the base of the antenna at about 530 feet with a clear view in all directions.

I have several metro areas around me (Boston to the East, Worcester / Springfield to the west, Providence to the South and New Hampshire to the North).

Not too surprisingly I receive lots and lots of radio stations even with a simple antenna.

So with the Pixel AFHD-4 effectively at 530 feet with 100 feet of high quality triple shielded RG6 coax I put it to the test.
The radio I use is a Polk iSonic ES2 which while known more for high quality sound is also (based on my experience) a solid receiver too.
For FM I easily picked up stations 30 air miles out (including HD).
In general (including some HD) 50 air miles was a non issue for all but a couple stations.
There are numerous stations 70+ miles that I can pull in easily too.

The furthest away FM station I am pulling in (with some regularity) is WBLM in Portland Maine which is 130+ miles away.
However, that stations has 100,000 watts and its transmitter is at 1,800+ feet.
Given there is a closer station on the same frequency (which I also generally receive) there are likely other factors going on e.g. Tropospheric Ducting. Additionally there are some stations just over 50 miles away that I can barely receive.

The AM reception is decent as well though be certain that the leads are properly connected (black to ground, red to antenna).
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