|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8 x 7 x 9 inches|
|Item model number||ANT121F|
|Specification Met||Energy Star Certified|
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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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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.
I posted 2 photos with notes of how I placed the antenna behind my tv, so if you're a visual person, I hope the photos help!
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!
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!Read more ›
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.
If you are thinking about getting an expensive antenna, I'd try this first to see if it does the job. For me, I have no reason to try anything else.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This works great in my bedroom. I do not have cable TV, only the DTV. I ordered the rabbit ears and they work better than the other antenna I have in the living room. Read morePublished 9 days ago by sooner
Perfect for my needs, live on hill, apartment over head; despite that can jiggle or wiggle and adjust as needed. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Cheryl Woodie
Works ok. I've tried it in several areas around the state, both rural and Metro. It works decently, but you really need no surrounding metal or even light obstructions around it.Published 18 days ago by S-mart
this antenna was set up in olmsted twp, ohio in an attempt to get all local broadcast stations and everyone i know has tried a ton of indoor ones and some with all the amplifiers... Read morePublished 22 days ago by jj
waste of money..bought for guest tv that doesn't have cable...doesn't work in cityPublished 24 days ago by William M. Dunn
For a product that says high quality and durable you would think that it would be well made. The reception is fine. Read morePublished 1 month ago by gilliland
The window stick on cheapies get more channels. Disappointed. Bought 2. Should've returned them. Gave to goodwill.Published 1 month ago by Shannon M Dillman