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Winegard HD7698P HDTV High Band VHF Antenna

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  • Compatible With Dtv and Hdtv
  • Optimized For Channels 7¿69
  • Range Up To 60 Miles
  • 75 Ohm Down Lead Connection
  • Max Width: 53.5 inches
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Brand NameWinegard
Item Weight13.6 pounds
Product Dimensions99.9 x 15.8 x 13 inches
Item model numberHD7698P
Color NameMulti
Item Display Height7 inches
  
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ASINB001DFTGRY
Shipping Weight13.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableJune 22, 2008
  
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  • Brand Name: Winegard
  • Model: HD7698P
  • Width: 8.00 inches
  • Height: 7.00 inches
  • Weight: 34.00 pounds
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Product Description

HDTV HI-VHF antenna with 0-60 mile range.

Customer Reviews

It is easy to assemble.
Diah in the Doah
Great antenna if your 40 to 60 miles out from a station.
Robert Cooke
Clear picture with bright colors - love it!
SAM

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51 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Robert Lyon on May 10, 2010
Winegard HD7698P Deep Fringe Antenna
A Picture in the Wilderness

This is a layman's take on what my research had determined to be the best Deep Fringe antenna on the market. We live in a unique area, a remote, small island off the coast of Washington State. Seattle is the location of most channels we wish to receive and it is roughly 65 to 70 miles distant. We have a good southern facing toward the signal emission point at 139 degrees, SSE. There are a few tall trees in the vicinity of the house and I have the antenna mounted on the roof of an outbuilding (roughly 20 feet up), angled right at tree line two hundred yards distant.

Before the digital switchover we picked up Channel 13 well but struggled with 4, 5 & 7, getting considerable interference most of the time. With the advent of digital and a Vizio VW26 I tried several old conventional antennas with no pre-amp and picked up 13 very well again, and occasionally managed 4,5 or 7. It was rough, but I had hope.

After a hundred turns climbing onto the roof and down again I pulled the trigger and picked up a Winegard HD7698P antenna with an AP-8275 preamp. I can't say it was instant success, but damned near. 13 is a tad off of the core 4,5,7 group by a few degrees but I've found a spot that splits the difference and does well. Occasionally I've had to tweak that angle and rescan, more often I can bring in a channel simply by tweaking the cables and cords between the pre-amp and the set. My guess is this is an issue of electromagnetic fields interacting with one another. I would have thought the cables were shielded. In any event, it beats going up on the roof.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Theodore P. Jordan on March 31, 2009
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We live 55 miles from SF and after the digital changeover in June will have only Channel 7 broadcasting in the VHF. So we needed a high band VHF and UHF antenna. This fits the bill perfectly. It is smaller than the comparable antenna with added low band VHF, (Channels 2 -6). If you only need UHF channels above 13 after the changeover you could get by with a smaller UHF only antenna. We now get around 40 crystal clear digital channels for Free. Goodbye Comcast, charging an arm and a leg for all your garbage infomercials.

edit: I also had a missing 2 inch bolt with corresponding nut. It looks like they come loose in transit somewhere between the manfacturer and the packer, bacause they weren't anywhere in the box.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Paul Mueller on January 18, 2009
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I needed to replace my existing antenna due to the change to HDTV transmissions. I live in northern Wisconsin about ten miles south of the UP of Michigan.

Since I wanted to nest the antenna in my attic between trusses I researched various products before buying. The design lends itself to a smaller profile than many other products on the market yet remains one of, if not the best, high gain directional antenna on the market. Nesting and positioning was made easier as the boom comes in two pieces which are solidly "spliced" together on final assembly. I now receive all currently available HD channels , so far without drop off.

Great product. Well constructed. I highly recommend this product. Amzon.com provided the best pricing when factoring shipping costs.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Older computer nerd on July 27, 2009
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I had eagerly awaited the arrival of my new HD7698P antenna. When it arrived I was very disappointed. For the price charged for this "Platinum" series top-of-the-line antenna, I expected it to be well constructed with detailed instructions for assembly. This was not the case. The quality of the instructions was so poor the instructions should not have even been placed in the box. The construction of the antenna itself was just as bad. Where each hole had been punched through the metal parts, the metal was bent and the hole was not totally clean. I had to remove the "hanging chad" from inside the hole in the main beam in order to put the two halves of the antenna together. The antenna once assembled has a distinctive bend sideways at the point where the two halves come together - about an inch if you connect a string from one end of the antenna to the other. One of the elements is bent and flattened about 2 inches from the end. The flat part is 1.5 inches long and looks like someone struck it with a large hammer. This obviously happened before the antenna was placed into the box so I am placing the blame on Winegard. This antenna is a replacement for a 30 year old Archer antenna from Radio Shack. The construction of the Archer antenna was far superior to this new Winegard one. It took a strong wind and a falling tree to take down the Archer antenna but I fear that it will take only a spring breeze to destroy the Winegard one. Consider getting a Winegard YA-1713 and a Channel Master 4228 combination instead. The two together are much cheaper and smaller than the HD7698P. The construction problems of the YA-1713 which I bought are almost identical to those of the HD7698P but I hope that the much smaller YA-1713 has a chance to stand up to the elements.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By ezs on January 21, 2011
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Out in 'violet reception land' 20 miles East of Seattle; transmission towers are not line of sight - they are blocked by two ranges of hills.

Lots of research and asking for advice turned up this monster antenna. I didn't want to go roof mounted (lots of rain and high winds would mean it would last a year or so at most) - so this is in the attic.

Installation was ok - the diagrams are small, the instructions seem sparse - but it all goes together ok. Construction quality is good.

We're now pulling in great quality over-the-air HD TV at no cost - and we've cut the cord on the previous satellite service.

All in all - a great antenna; great price from Amazon - it's massive - so check the specs carefully - and read the instructions quite a few times.
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