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RCA ANT751 Durable Compact Outdoor Antenna

by RCA
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  • Optimized for digital reception and outperforms many larger antennas
  • Supports all digital and analog TV frequencies including VHF, UHF and 1080 signals
  • Extended range with signal reception quality up to 40 miles
  • Ultra-small design needs less than 1 meter of space for placement where traditional antennas do not work
  • Easily installs outdoors or in attic with snap lock elements and fold out assembly
  • Extended range signal reception quality up to 40 miles
  • Supports all digital and analog TV frequencies including VHF and UHF and 1080 signals
  • Ultra small design needs less than 1 meter of space for placement where traditional antennas do not work
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Product Specifications

Brand NameRCA
Color NameSilver
Item Display Height5 inches

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: RCA
  • Model: ANT751
  • Width: 5.00 inches
  • Height: 5.00 inches
  • Weight: 5.13 pounds
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 7 x 9 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0024R4B5C
  • Item model number: ANT751
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,596 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 1, 2009

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

RCA ANT751R Outdoor Antenna Optimized for Digital Reception


This RCA Outdoor TV antenna for both high definition and standard definition channels, is an optimized digital antenna designed for the most challenging reception environments. Superior construction and tough materials withstand outdoor conditions. The ultra-small design allows placement where traditional outdoor antennas are not appropriate or will not fit because of their size. It is the perfect antenna for both urban and suburban usage. Receive local HD and DTV broadcast signals free, with reception of both digital and analog TV frequencies (VHF and UHF). This antenna also receives up to 1080 signals when available, and 720 signals. The extended range signal reception quality is effective up to a 40-mile radius of broadcast signal. (Range may vary due to terrain, strength of signal, weather or other factors)

An award-winning antenna!

The ANT751 Outdoor Antenna from RCA provides a pristine and uninterrupted high-definition picture, as well as easy installation. It captures signals while rejecting interference making this antenna the clear winner of the TopTenREVIEWS Excellence Award and the TopTenREVIEWS Gold Award.

Pre-Assembled Design

Get up and running quickly with easy fold-out assembly for simple installation with pre-assembled design, snap lock elements, and a heavy duty locking mast clamp. Mounting hardware and 75-ohm matching transformer are included and the ANT751R comes with a 1-year limited warranty.

Receive Free Local HDTV, VHF and UHF Signals

Optimized for 1080 digital reception, the ANT751 allows you to pick up free local VHF and UHF high-definition and standard definition signals. The cross-phase, multi-element design is built with superior construction to withstand tough outdoor weather conditions. With a range of up to 40 miles yet only taking up 1 meter of space, the ANT751R is ideal for solving challenging outdoor antenna placement requirements.

What's in the Box?

RCA ANT751R Outdoor HDTV Antenna, mast, mounting hardware, instructions, warranty.

This compact outdoor antenna is designed to maximize signal collection including all HD and SD in digital formats via UHF and VHF frequencies.
  • Receives local HD and all digital TV broadcasts
  • Effective up to 40 mile radius
  • Supports broadcast 1080 HDTV
  • Adapts to almost any outdoor or attic setting
  • Ultra compact design

Product Description

High Quality, New, Very Durable Antenna, Outdoor, Compact

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Customer Reviews

Very easy assembly and installation.
Julie P Novak
This includes all of the major broadcast channels including two PBS stations that are all crystal clear - a perfect picture.
B. Brown
I love it even more that I can now put that monthly cable bill money in to savings!

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

292 of 309 people found the following review helpful By D. Wheeler on June 28, 2010
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My wife and I were with Comcast for 10 years and they recently decided to make some major changes (triple the cost or only 20-30 channels almost ALL of which are local or shopping). Minor changes did take place during the time we were with them such as Price and Services (I would go into details but I would rather not bore you). We had always decided that Comcast was pretty much the only other option then Direct TV and such.

Amazingly we noticed (because Comcast wanted to make these recent major changes) that we didn't really watch that much TV, and when we did, it was the Local Stations that we were mostly watching. We then decided to cut Comcast completely out of the picture (no pun intended), and we started to shop for an antenna. Needless to say, we found this one. Reading the reviews on both Amazon and one other web-site (apparently I can't say which web-site that is, because "Amazon's" people will end up deleting it from this review "[...]") I was very excited to test this out, especially where Wal-Mart was selling this exact one for $30 more than what Amazon was selling it for at the time I purchased it.

The installation of this antenna was simple. It is very light and perfect to work with, just make sure that you have coax cable to go with it. The HD Quality is unbelievable. There are some stations that we receive in HD that we are now getting better reception with then what Comcast was providing at the time we had them. With this antenna, we get between 24 to 30 English stations and roughly 10 to 15 Spanish stations (I would only assume it is different in each State/County).

I viewed some of the reviews on Wal-Mart's web-site on this antenna and noticed that one reviewer had pictures where he placed this antenna in their attic.
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144 of 153 people found the following review helpful By B. Brown on August 28, 2009
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We just moved to Santa Fe and wanted to get broadcast TV (I hate cable!) but most stations are near Albuquerque. According to [...], all of our stations are around 35-40 miles away. This antenna was very quick to install - it took my husband less than 15 minutes to install it on the roof, we then re-scanned our channels and picked up 26 digital channels. This includes all of the major broadcast channels including two PBS stations that are all crystal clear - a perfect picture. There are no trees or tall buildings around us, but there is a mountain range between us and Albuquerque so we were worried we wouldn't be able to pick up the channels. This was a great price, the antenna is not too large and obtrusive, and it works great for both UHF and VHF channels.
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123 of 133 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Siegler TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 2, 2011
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I had to cut cable TV earlier this year due to money issues, and from about May till September I was operating with good old rabbit ears in the house. When they worked, it worked great. But I was getting fed up of the constant moving of the rabbit ears, or the twiddling of the dial to get this channel or the other. There was some sort of interference inside my house preventing them from working well enough. Once in a blue moon, I'd get lucky, find a sweet spot and get everything, but it didn't last long. I was unwilling to go on the roof for an antenna, so I was thinking about the attic.

I've been around TV for a long time, and my "head" tells me that to get better reception, you need to get a bigger antenna. I figured with a large tree in my neighbor's house, as well as it being an attic, I was looking at something large up there. Specifically this (Antennas Direct DB8 Multidirectional HDTV Antenna). I was looking at getting the DB8, when a friend of mine who was going to help me by mounting it in the attic suggested I might get by with something smaller. He recommended the antenna I'm writing about now. I was initially skeptical (again, the bigger is better attitude). But I read through a ton of reviews, and there were a lot of happy people. At the time I bought it, there were 220 reviews on Amazon with an average star rating of 4.5 out of 5. That's actually a higher review than the DB8 I was looking at. So I started reading, and was thinking perhaps I'd go with this.

Then while we were thinking about how to run cable, I remembered when my wife and I got the house 9.5 years ago (as of Sep 2011, when I'm writing) it was wired for Cable TV.
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91 of 98 people found the following review helpful By An Informed User on July 18, 2012
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There's no magic antenna that works for everyone. It all depends on your distance to the broadcast station, whether your channels are UHF or VHF, and existance of inteference/obstructions. To find out if it works for you, go to antennapoint.com and see

1. How far you are from the broadcast station - If you're less than 40 miles without anything in between (hills/trees/buildings) then it will work. I'm 37 mile from the main one, so I get all channels. If more than 40 miles then try a bigger outdoor antenna, like the Winegard.

2. Whether the channels are UHF only or both UHF and VHF - If UHF only then you're in luck, because you might be able to find a smaller indoor antenna that will work fine. If both UHF/VHF then you'll need an antenna like this RCA NT751R.

Quality - Its aluminum construction is lightweight and won't corrode. A sturdy mount is included (unlike other antennas). It can flip 90 degrees, allowing mounting on both horizontal and vertical surfaces.

More things to buy - You'll need to buy bolts/screws to fasten the mount into your roof/wall. You'll also need to buy your own coaxial cable. I also bought a 4ft pole to extend the height of the antenna past the crest of my roof. The round pole drops into the mount easily and the antenna has a U brace that clamps onto the pole.

Installation - The hard part will be installation and wiring. Point the smaller end toward the broadcast station for best reception. National Electrical Code also requires grounding it in case of lightning strike. If possible, you should try attic installation first, to hide the antenna from view and to forgo the grounding requirement. In my case, I lost a couple of important channels (out of around 55), so I decided to mount it on the roof.
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