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The Sewell Ghost Antenna is a simple, affordable, versatile solution for the avid television watcher who doesn’t have room for a bulky HD TV antenna.
With a slim construction no thicker than a sheet of cardstock and four included Velcro patches for easy installation the Ghost can easily be placed on a wall, behind a picture frame, or out of sight behind the television itself.
Its conveniently low front-to-back ratio means that either side of the antenna can be used, so if either the black side or white side of the antenna fits your décor better you can install it with that side facing outward without compromising directional reception.
Installation is fast and easy; there are no complicated settings, power supplies, or assembled components. Simply screw the F-type coax jack into the matching jack on your television set and you’re ready to go.
The Ghost has excellent signal compatibility, with handy support for both HD and Digital signals and any UHF television signals in the 470-862MHz range. The handy combination of sturdy construction, low profile design, universal compatibility and simple installation makes the Ghost the go-to antenna for any setup!
I cannot see how this product could actually be mounted behind your flatscreen as intended, unless your "sweet spot" is exactly behind the TV. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jason
This antenna, for what it is, is simply amazing. Our TV in our bedroom is across from the window and I didn't want to run the cable, and additional cable, around the baseboards to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Augster
This antenna doesn't work as well as some of the others I've had. I'm not sure if it's entirely the antenna's fault though. Read morePublished 3 months ago by KELLY ALLEN
I used the antenna when we lost our "Dish" reception due to inclement weather. Used antenna to pick up local broadcast of severe weather warnings. Read morePublished 4 months ago by R. Ruud
Works better than I expected. I use this at my office which is a steel high rise structure and we typically cannot even get radio stations because of the interference with the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Rod Roberts