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Winegard HD-6010 HD FM Radio Antenna

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  • Compact, popular turnstile design features unique one-piece construction for easy installation.
  • 300-ohm/75-ohm with included transformer
  • Mounts to maximum 2" diameter pipe.
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Winegard HD-6010 HD FM Radio Antenna + Mediabridge Coaxial Digital Audio/Video Cable (50 Feet) - UL CL2 In-Wall Rating - Triple Shielded F-Pin to F-Pin with Easy Grip Connector Caps - Black + Winegard DS-2000 Universal Antenna Mount with U-bolts
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Technical Details
Item Weight2.7 pounds
Product Dimensions43 x 6.5 x 6.5 inches
Item model numberHD-6010
WarrantyNINETY DAYS LIMITED
  
Additional Information
ASINB001HKM1HM
Shipping Weight2.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableDecember 8, 2008
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Winegard
  • Model: HD-6010

Product Description

HD FM radio compact, yagi style antenna receives VHF/UHF signals.

Customer Reviews

You cannot go wrong with this one.
gkk2001
Now have great clear reception on all local stations (about 10) with no perceptible static.
Fred
Easy to install . . . works like a dream . . . great product Winegard!
James C. Hagearty II

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

114 of 118 people found the following review helpful By agathokles on July 18, 2010
I've been on a long quest to get clear reception of my favorite radio station -- 60 miles away. I live in hilly, rural country, though I'm on one of those hills, which should help. The flexible dipole that came with my receiver wouldn't receive this station at all. I tried various "powered"(amplified) antennae that sit on the table -- loops, pyramids. One of them got me fuzzy reception, but that's it. I also tried a powered "bar-like" antenna mounted outdoors on the side of my house -- again with fuzzy reception. And then I tried a long (5-foot), spike-like antenna (quite expensive!); mounted on the best wall-location inside my garage, it worked reasonably well, though with some ever-present static. It was tolerable. Finally, I tried this Winegard HD-6010, post-mounted on the ceiling inside of my garage. Perfect! No static. I'm in heaven. I think powered antennae are just gimmicks -- amplified static. Go with basic physics and get yourself an omnidirectional like this one, appropriately located.
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By WC7P on March 4, 2011
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We're about 80 miles from the main FM transmitters. We've been getting an indifferent signal on an in-house dipole. I finally found that Winegard was still making this turnstile antenna, so it saved me from having to try to put something together. The antenna is inexpensive, simple, moderate sized and effective. Where before we were getting a decidedly marginal signal, now we get a solid signal. No more background hiss or tuner hunt.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Looking for FM music on October 28, 2011
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I live in the hills and put in a sound proof room. At best we could get one channel of reception. I shopped everywhere and found nothing. This antenna works and at a good price. I did have to buy a 100 ft. coaxiel cable. We put it in the attic and after some adjusting we got it just right. Lots of channels now come in crystal clear.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By J. Foster on January 1, 2012
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I live in a weak reception area for FM radio. I have tried several different antennas over the years that said they were good for FM both inside and outside my house. None worked as well as this one. I didn't even have to put it up on a mast. Right now it is just sitting on the floor of my attic space (single story house). I get many stations that I could not get before and some in stereo now. This performance is with an older Onkyo TX-82 receiver on which I tried at least two other antennas previously. I was impressed enough to buy another one for my new tuner/amp.
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By C. Hodell on January 27, 2011
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I have used many fm antennas over the years and they all work just about the same. Recently I have been trying to improve reception on a jazz station that is located almost 100 miles from my home with varying results. Even using a Magnum Dynalab MD-90 and a beam antenna, reception was spotty. I put this up several days ago expecting little if any improvement and it really surprised me. I can now get a decent signal from the distant station most of the time despite strong local interference. Since the antenna is the only thing that has changed in my setup, I can only assume this antenna made the difference. Build quality is very good for the price and it is hard to see how you could go wrong with this. Of course, every situation is different, but I hope it helps your reception.
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32 of 36 people found the following review helpful By AudiophileHeadCase on August 12, 2011
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This antenna is "cut" in a dual dipole length that is tuned specifically for the FM band. It's omni-directional (or close to being omni). It works like a charm! You might want to experiment whether you get better reception with vertical or horizontal polarization (orientation) of the antenna. Try to get the antenna up as high as possible.

If you want to get decent FM stereo reception you are going to need a well designed outdoor FM antenna. I live 65 miles from several FM transmitters that sit on top of a high mountain and for which I have direct line-of-sight reception. Degraded multi-path signals are not a problem at this listening site. With a good quality FM tuner (Yamaha T-85 built in 1986) and this well designed HD-6010 FM antenna the signals are nice and clear. The sound is amazing and very close to CD quality.

If you live in a semi-rural area like I do, you might also want to consider getting a decent low noise preamp to boost the signal at the antenna mount. I'm using a Radio Shack High-Gain HDTV-FM amplifier (Model 15-321) with 30 db of max gain added at the antenna mount (i.e.., close to the FM antenna). It helps push a strong signal from the antenna through the 75 feet of coax to the FM tuner.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Edward Mitchler on January 6, 2012
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I installed this Wineguard HD 6010 HD FM radio antenna on a wineguard DS-3000 J pipe mount on the rafters in the peak of our attic. The FM is exceptional with us receiving FM HD Stereo stations 70 miles away. I only wish it could pick up AM.
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31 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Dave on June 28, 2010
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Showed up on time and in good condition. I was using a home made mast mounted dipole type antenna for my FM, and replaced it with this one. If your just looking for a inexpensive FM antenna this might be good for you.Some stations showed a very small improvement. But it was an improvement. I'm in a rural, (major city is 50 miles away) and have some hills to deal with. With city's in two opposite directions. This antenna is not as directional as a simple dipole, so some stations that were weak from the other direction are now acceptable. So, if your looking for a non directional antenna that is a little better then a dipole, and can be mast mounted, that doesn't cost a lot of money this might be a good choice. But don't expect any miracles.
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