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WINEGARD HD9095P UHF High-Gain 39-Element HDTV Antenna

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  • High-gain 39-element UHF DTV/HDTV antenna
  • Maximum UHF DTV performance with platinum hardware & surface mount cartridge board
  • Cartridge board also features a built in VHF coupler to instantly connect HD9095P to a VHF-only antenna
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WINEGARD HD9095P UHF High-Gain 39-Element HDTV Antenna + Winegard LNA-200 Boost XT Digital HDTV Preamplifier + Mediabridge Coaxial Digital Audio/Video Cable (50 Feet) - Triple Shielded F-Pin to F-Pin with Easy Grip Connector Caps - Black
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Brand NameWinegard
Item Weight7.7 pounds
Product Dimensions27.8 x 31.8 x 95 inches
Item model numberHD9095P
  
Additional Information
ASINB001UKMU0M
Shipping Weight8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableMay 8, 2009
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Winegard
  • Model: HD9095P
  • Weight: 15.21 pounds
  • Warranty: THIRTY DAYS

Product Description

UHF high-gain 39-element HDTV antenna with platinum hardware & surface mount cartridge board.

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All in all a good product with great reception.
J. S. Garcia
I wanted very directional antennas to help minimize any amplifier overload from stronger nearby transmitters in other directions.
Dallas419
It was easy to put together and mount to a pole.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Don Lewis on December 18, 2013
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Robust construction with excellent reception performance. Easy to assemble with little likelihood for mistakes. No noticeable deterioration after two years of exposure in my high wind location. Do your homework and choose an antenna that is correctly based on the geographical placement of the stations in your area. This antenna is best when all stations are located in the same general direction from your home and at a distance of several miles. FOR LONG TERM SATISFACTION, open the antenna connection box and use a high powered soldering iron or plumber's propane torch to solder the element lead-in wires to the metal clips that connect to the antenna's output terminals. If you're not sure what I mean, you will once you have the antenna in-hand. The metal clips are connected to the antenna's output terminal inside a covered box but they are only connected by spring pressure and will definitely have a corrosion point rapidly form as all metal-to-metal surfaces will under outside weather conditions. As advertised, this is a UHF antenna and operates at 2 to 5 times the frequency of the old analog VHF TV channels. Most of the new digital TV channels are located in the UHF range and the much higher frequencies attenuate (lose signal strength) rapidly through coax cable. I would strongly suggest using RG-7 or RG-11 coaxial cable rather than the more common RG-6 to connect the antenna to your TV due to 7/11 having the lowest loss possible in the 75 ohm coax family. DO NOT use RG-59 as the signal loss is quite high and would spoil any installation efforts to create a high performance system. Additionally, use "snap-n-seal" waterproof compression connectors for all exterior coaxial connections as screw-on or standard crimp connectors only invite water ingress and subsequent corrosion resulting in signal loss. Hope this helps.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 10, 2012
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Purchased this along with a Winegard preamp and tripod mount to allow to finally cut the satellite cord and free up $60/month in bills to Dish. I live approximately 50 miles(straight line) from the antenna farm it's point at and got a strong signal immediately upon installation without much work on pointing, did a ballpark heading off antennaweb.com and then download a compass app on the smartphone to align it. When used in conjuction with the pre-amp I can pull shows clearly from 90 miles away if I wanted with the antenna pointed correctly. Make sure that all the channels you're wanting to receive are UHF only as this doesn't not get VHF signals.

I have (2) complaints with this and both are minor and don't really impact that actual use/function of the antenna but thought I would state them:
-The aluminum tubing that the main beams are made out of have black plastic caps on the end of the tube to give it a more finished look and keep the elements/bugs out. (1) of these caps was broken up receipt, I managed to glue it back together and it functions fine, just an annoyance
-The clamp mounts to mount this are fairly cheap and if you get too carried away tightening them they will start to "spread" apart, once that happens the clamping force is reduced but still sufficient to hold this in place, just be careful not to overtighten the nuts once its mounted.

Other then those (2) items, installation was straight forward, I'm a fairly capable DIY'er and completed the installation by myself in a couple hours on a Saturday afternoon, including running the coax cable and mounting/securing/waterproofing the tripod mount on the roof.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By John Buttner on March 14, 2013
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I live on top of a high hill and am around 100 miles from Pittsburgh. This area has many up and down hills. I use the amp on it to boost the signal. Very easy to put together and mount. The weather and leaves on the trees causes problems at time being so far away. Very directional beam antenna. Thinking about putting it on a rotor for minor adjusting the signal.I also have a HD amp splitter in my basement and it feeds 5 flat screen TVs.

Nothing like free TV - But expect problems with weather changes at large distances. Since we mostly use it for news in the morning and evening, it works well for us. We mostly get on the internet and surf then we watch Netflix or other online shows.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By The Irish Patient on June 14, 2011
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The Winegard HD-9095P is my primary antenna in what is becoming an antenna farm worthy of NASA. Mine is mounted inside the loft of a detached garage, but it seems well constructed and should hold up well outside.

I gave this antenna five stars for the situation where severe multipath is a problem and the antenna needs to be extremely directional. Signal strength is significantly decreased if your aiming is off by ten degrees or even less. My impression is that the front lobe is even more directional than shown on the Winegard polar plot. The HD9095P should be the go-to UHF antenna for anyone who needs to split off a strong reflection from the direct path. Fortunately, most of my UHF stations are in two antenna farms only three degrees apart.

I also receive a very strong station that is more or less in line with the back of the antenna. Gain directly to the rear is roughly equal to that of a simple dipole. My impression is that the rear lobe is less directional than shown on the Winegard polar plot.

However, on axis gain is not as good as I expected given the sheer size of the 9095P. I suspect that a very large multi-bay bowtie UHF antenna might be the better choice where the highest possible gain over a wider angle is needed. To be fair, the HD9095P would probably pull in a lot more signal if mounted twenty feet higher in open air.

The balun on the HD-9095P is unusual in that it includes a connector for a VHF antenna. However, I found that I got slightly better performance by using a Blonder-Tongue ZUVSJ as the UHF-VHF combiner instead of the balun on my HD-9095P. BTW, I can recommend my VHF antenna highly:
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