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RCA ANT121F High Quality Durable Passive Indoor Antenna

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  • High Quality, New, Very Durable 12 Position, Hdtv Compatible
  • Energy Star Certified
  • Sleek Design
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameRCA
Item Weight1.3 pounds
Product Dimensions8 x 7 x 9 inches
Item model numberANT121F
Color NameBlack
Specification MetEnergy Star Certified
  
Additional Information
ASINB00009W3E2
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Shipping Weight3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableDecember 7, 2003
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: RCA
  • Model: ANT121F
  • Weight: 2.11 pounds
  • Warranty: UNAVAILABLE

Product Description

High Quality, New, Very Durable Antenna, Indoor, Passive

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Customer Reviews

No cable bills!!!!
Sunyl
The adjustment dial is a bit of a challenge, because sometimes you'll get the one station you want, and lose two others.
Pontoon Cat
Works on old analog tv with converter box.
NY mom of 3

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

140 of 143 people found the following review helpful By B. Choi on January 3, 2009
This budget-priced indoor antenna unit does the job. I received all the local HD channels available in my area with minimal adjustments to the antenna positioning.

The coaxial cable is part of the unit and cannot be removed. The cable itself is rather skinny. That being said, the unit performs, flawlessly.

I have the unit placed behind my 42" plasma with the antenna extended and hidden from view. The location of my flatscreen is top-floor of a house and about five feet from the window. I also used this unit in my bedroom and it worked, flawlessly.

I think the location of your home (relative to the broadcast towers) and positioning of the unit is what matters. Not the brand or price of the indoor antenna unit.
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81 of 85 people found the following review helpful By RJTRULES on March 27, 2009
I just replaced a significantly more expensive Terk HDTVi indoor antenna with this simple and inexpensive RCA antenna. The Terk looked great, but had such a poorly designed base that it was nearly impossible to balance and position-I'll be sending that one back to Amazaon. I went over to my local Best Buy and found this unit, hooked it up-wala; picked up significantly MORE HD stations and this unit is stable and easy to position and move around (which is the objective in maneuvering for best reception). I'd highly recommend this unit-as far as I am concerned it does what it's supposed to do, easily outperforms (at least in my case) more expensive indoor antennas, and is just a great darn value!
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46 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Regular Researcher on August 9, 2013
I posted 2 photos with notes (on the main page of the product, scroll down and see them on the right side under "product images from customers") of how I placed my antenna behind my tv, so if you're a visual person, I hope the photos (and my notes) help!

Short version:

1) Go to antennaweb dot org and plug in your address to see where your TV broadcast signals are coming from.

2) Place your RCA antenna unit facing those signals, hopefully in front of a window. Minimize "blocks" between the TV signals and your antenna such as water (aquarium), thick or multiple walls, etc.

3) Hook up RCA antenna unit to your TV (or digital TV converter box) and keep the antenna unit at least 2 feet away from your TV and other electronics. You may need to place the antenna unit up high, such as on a shelf.

4) Position the rabbit ears/ poles horizontally out in a straight line. You can also try tilting them slightly up or down, but keep them mainly horizontal.

5) Turn the fine tuning knob so that it is also in a straight line parallel to the rabbit ears/ poles. You may also need to adjust it one notch over one way or the other.

6) Keep UHF "O" Shaped Ring upright.

7) Do a "channel scan" with your HDTV (or digital TV converter box). You're all set!

Long version:

I've had this antenna for many years with my old tube tv and it worked so-so but the tube tv finally died and we just switched over to a flatscreen--yay! I set this antenna up behind my flatscreen on the tv stand and I got only about 40% of the major channels that I wanted.
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53 of 63 people found the following review helpful By dnicely on May 8, 2009
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Just as good as any other antenna I've tried. Its not worth it to buy the more expensive ones, they all work the same. The SIGNAL STRENGTH NEVER CHANGES, that is controlled by the tower location and your location. All you can do is get a bigger antenna!!.
So I got two of these, pointed them different directions, now I get all the channels I should without having to adjust (very much) the dipoles.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Ravi S on January 31, 2011
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I had a 46" Sony LCD TV and i was looking for decent indoor Antenna, initially I was more focusing on very expensive ones. Few days I happened to watch the local channels on my friends LCD with very simple rabbit ears antenna and amazed at the picture quality. Then I decided to look for more basic antenna's. At first I wanted to buy RCA ANT111 owing to excellent reviews, but I bought RCA ANT121 as this black color will match my TV and Home theater. Sure enough I just have to plug in the coax cable to back of my TV and I am receiving all the basic HD channels (NBC, ABC, FOX etc) in my area (Hartford, CT). The HD quality is better than what I used to get with my basic cable (without HD option). I highly recommend this, you'll not regret. Again, as anyone should know that the reception is based on the location you live. I live around 10 to 20 miles from broadcast stations.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By GranO on March 31, 2011
Rabbit ears are the tried and true design that became popular for indoor TV reception 65 years ago, and this basic design still works well in the digital age. The RCA ANT121 is a slightly upgraded model from the no frills, but excellent RCA ANT110, and includes a knob to restrict/increase the signal. This is a non-amplified antenna which works fine connected to a digital TV in a suburban setting.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Ok2bclever on August 26, 2011
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This basic antenna looked good coming out of the box and the two antenna extend a satisfying length, but it only found four over the air stations regardless of how a positioned it or switched the little selector knob. I saw zero difference is signal quality (not good) with the four stations it did pull in regardless of what position I put the selector knob at.

At the same time I had ordered another over the air antenna from Imagine, the ICI-102 Hi-Def UHF Planar Antenna.

That one is very sleek and modern and only 8"x6"x.25" and there are no selector knobs to adjust, no antenna to extend and it pulled in 19 stations and it didn't seem to matter how I positioned it.

Obviously, I kept the Imagine and returned this RCA model.

The Imagine was $30 versus $13 for the RCA, but $30 for an antenna that works, is small and looks good is a bargain and $13 for an antenna that doesn't work is not.
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