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Winegard HD7694P High Definition VHF/UHF Antenna

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  • High Gain On Both Vhf and Uhf Frequencies For Uninterrupted Dtv
  • Precision Mounted Electronics For Ultra Efficient Transfer Of Digital Signal
  • 2009 Dtv Transition Ready
  • Hi Vhf/Uhf Antenna Optimized For Channels 7¿69
  • Range Up To 50 Miles
  • Technical Information - Application/Usage - Television; Technical Information - Impedance - 75 Ohm
  • Physical Characteristics - Form Factor - Yagi
  • Physical Characteristics - Dimensions - 13 inches Height x 35 inches Width
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Winegard HD7694P High Definition VHF/UHF Antenna + Winegard DS-2000 Universal Antenna Mount with U-bolts + Mediabridge 50 feet Triple Shielded Coaxial Digital Audio Video Cable F-Pin to F-Pin with Easy Grip Connector Caps
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameWinegard
Item Weight6 pounds
Product Dimensions6.5 x 6.5 x 78 inches
Item model numberHD7694P
Color NameBlack
Specification MetNo
Item Display Height14 inches
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Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Winegard
  • Model: HD7694P
  • Antenna Type: Internal
  • Width: 14.00 inches
  • Height: 14.00 inches
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Product Description

The newest medium to long range inchesyagi inches dtv antenna from Winegard Co. The HD 7694P out-performs any antenna its size. It features exclusive retuning for UHF and VHF-Hi band only, which will bring you all HDTV and DTV channels from 7-69. VHF-Hi band is needed in 98% of 2009 DTV markets. General Information - Manufacturer - Winegard Company; Manufacturer Part Number - HD7694P; Manufacturer Website Address - winegard; Brand Name - Winegard; Product Model - HD7694P; Product Name - HD7694P High Definition VHF/UHF Antenna; Product Type - Yagi Antenna; Miscellaneous - Additional Information - UHF Elements: 17 VHF Elements: 11 Boom Length: 65 inches Turning Radius: 46. 25 inches Element Diameter: 3/8 inches; Miscellaneous - Compatibility - HDTV DTV; Technical Information - Application/Usage - Television; Technical Information - Impedance - 75 Ohm; Physical Characteristics - Form Factor - Yagi; Physical Characteristics - Dimensions - 13 inches Height x 35 inches Width;

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Customer Reviews

This antenna was easy to install and works great.
Nicole R.
Why pay all that money every month to dish, directv or your local cable company when you can use this plus ample other content via the internet.
Most of the stations are located at at tower farm that is approximately 30 miles away and broadcasting with good signal strength.
Matt Kaminski

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

139 of 143 people found the following review helpful By Keith Felt on January 25, 2011
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Installed this antenna in the attic (cement siding & pine shake roof). Pointing it properly made a really big difference in signal strength. With some adjustment (and moving it away from the metal furnace flue) I picked up all the HD channels from the tower 25 miles away with a signal strength between 50-100. It picked up all the channels off the UHF and VHF towers 25 miles to the north when pointing the antenna north, and even picked up the channels off the UHF tower 5 miles away which were about 120 degrees to the left.

I had previously purchased a ClearStream 4 UHF antenna but didn't realize it didn't do VHF. While the ClearStream 4 is fairly compact and easy to install in an attic, the Winegard HD7694P is a bit trickier to install/adjust/point inside an attic space as it's length, weight, and long metal rods tend to run into the attic 2x4's. The UHF performance is just as good as the ClearStream 4, if not just a little better.

The only channels I don't get are from antenna towers either 75 miles+ away, or in a totally different direction (which I didn't care about anyway). My cable run is about 50 feet long and I'm not using a signal booster with my Tivo Premier. So we are cancelling our DirectTV ($65/month) satellite service, because now we get lots of HD channels for free.

Moral of the story: Do your channel/tower/signal homework. Check the location of the TV towers with the channels you want on antennapoint.com or antennaweb.org.

Final tip: When pointing your antenna, point it once, check the signal strength, and then adjust its orientation to improve the weakest channel you really want. The higher power/better signal channels will probably still be good and you'll get that weaker channel's signal you want up into the "green".
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57 of 61 people found the following review helpful By mgs2379 on March 30, 2011
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First, I want to say that our decision to drop the cable company 3 months ago was one of the best we have made in years. Paying $60+ a month for channels we rarely watched was a complete waste of money. I will admit I miss certain channels like CNN & ESPN, but not enough to spend $60 or more a month for just a couple of channels like those. Netflix, Hulu Plus and an OTA TV antenna has provided 90% of the programming we would have watched on cable with a significant savings on monthly expenses.

As for the Winegard HD7694P HDTV I have had good, but not great results with it. I do live in a fringe reception area approximately 57 miles south of the major broadcast networks in Indianapolis, IN which is a pretty big job to ask of an antenna to consistently receive a clear signal from that distance over some hilly terrain. We are lucky enough though to have few trees or hills blocking the view from our home, though. Also, I chose to mount the antenna in our attic which I realize decreases reception. Even with all of these problems, I manage to consistently receive a crystal clear, non-pixelated HD signal from most major networks out of Indianapolis. There are however a couple of channels that vary in consistency depending upon weather conditions, etc. Bottom line is while I am always able to have excellent picture quality on 3/4 of the major networks out of Indy, about 50% of the time I may not have such great results with the 4th.

I was previously using a ChannelMaster 2016 antenna which gave me nearly the same results as this Winegard HD7694P. The ChannelMaster 2016 was a smaller, easier to handle antenna that cost roughly $20 less.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By EJH on March 5, 2010
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After reading reviews and having purchased another brand of HD antenna that didn't perform well I finally settled on the Winegard 7694P. I was surprised how small it was, especially after putting it on the roof. I replaced a Clearstream 4 that was only fair at receiving channels 14 - 69 and terrible at receiving 2 - 13(VHF). At the time I purchased the Clearstream it was not advertised that it would not pickup VHF, since they did not think any stations would use VHF after the digital switch. But almost all broadcast areas will have at least one station that broadcasts digital on VHF, so keep this in mind when you shop for an antenna.

The Winegard description clearly states that it receives channels 7-69. This was critical in my decision making. It is working perfectly, even on windy days it locks in to all channels. Signal strengths are strong and I probably won't need my rotor anymore. I am picking up stations 50 miles away with ease. This one is definitely the right choice.
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36 of 42 people found the following review helpful By J. Thurman on August 21, 2009
I live in a hilly, wooded area about 16 miles from the local TV transmitters. The bunny ear antennas from years ago got me most of the local stations, but I had intermittent pixelation and sound problems, especially on VHF (13 and below) stations. I mounted this antenna in the attic of our 2 story house (My wife thinks antennas on the roof are ugly). That got it above most of the nearby trees that were blocking the TV signal and pointed it toward town. Luckily for me, the local stations are all in the same direction. This antenna does seem to have a preferred receive direction (the way the fork points). All of the channels 7 and above work great now even without a preamp. I got a preamp to help Ch 6 which is outside the manufacturers suggested 7-69 for this antenna. The preamp/filter seems to have solved most of the Ch 6 problems as well. This antenna is fairly big when spread (64" long, 36" wide, 12" tall), so if it had been much bigger, I would have had trouble orienting it in the attic around the roof supports.
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