|Item Weight||8.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||11.6 x 0.6 x 10.5 inches|
|Item model number||MH-110752|
|Specification Met||certified frustration-free|
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AmazonBasics Ultra Thin Indoor TV Antenna - 35 Mile Range
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- NOTE: Channel reception will vary depending on what's being broadcast in your area, how far away you are from broadcast towers, and your surroundings (i.e. obstructions between you and the towers)
- 35 Mile range to access from broadcast tower; receives free HD channels including ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, Fox, Univision and more
- Reversible with black or white sides to match your home's decoration; antenna can be painted over to achieve a more personal touch
- Supports 1080 HD and includes 10 foot coaxial cable
- Multi-Directional and Reversible: No "pointing" needed
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AmazonBasics Ultra-Thin Indoor HDTV Antenna - 35 Mile Range
If you’re paying too much for cable, it might be time to cut the cord. With this convenient AmazonBasics ultra-thin indoor HDTV antenna, you get impressive reception (up to 35 miles from a broadcast tower) all in one discreet little device.
Both compact and easy to mount, the antenna works just as well in modern, spacious homes as it does in smaller urban apartments, studios, dorm rooms, and workshops. It can even be placed in your RV for TV reception from town to town or during a tailgating party.
The AmazonBasics ultra-thin indoor HDTV antenna makes it easy to watch your favorite shows—minus the messy cords and ever-increasing monthly expenses. Even more, with free, uncompressed, over-the-air television, the HD picture quality is actually better than with cable or satellite.
- Receives free broadcast High Definition TV signals (such as ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, and Fox)
- Supports 1080p HD
- Backed by an AmazonBasics 1-Year Limited Warranty
Favorite Channels and TV Shows
Because free over-the-air television includes a vast majority of the most watched popular shows in the U.S. (according to Nielsen), you won’t be missing out. The antenna picks up free broadcast High Definition TV signals like ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, Fox, and more. From national TV networks to local TV shows, there’s only the one-time purchase of the antenna, then there’s no cost to you after that. Imagine, month-to-month TV viewing without an annoying contract or monthly fee.
Sleek, Paper-Thin Design
In addition to being exceptionally thin with a mount-anywhere design, this out-of-the way multi-directional antenna comes with a 6-foot coaxial cable that easily plugs into your HDTV (no power needed). Simply plug it in, mount, and scan for channels. It delivers full 1080p HD to any digital-ready TV. White on one side and black on the reverse, the antenna accommodates any home décor—or it can be painted for a more customized look.
Channel reception will vary depending on what''s being broadcast in your area, how far away you are from broadcast towers, and your surroundings (i.e. obstructions between you and the towers).
Before purchasing this antenna, check out what channels are available in your area: http://dtv.gov/maps.
Note: Cable channels are not available using the antenna, like ESPN.
|25 Mile Range||35 Mile Range||50 Mile Range|
|Reversible and/or Paintable to Match Your Home||✓||✓||✓|
|TV Signal Amplifier||✓|
|Supports 1080p HD||✓||✓||✓|
|Coaxial Cable Included||6 Feet||10 Feet||16 Feet|
|Backed by an AmazonBasics 1-Year Limited Warranty||✓||✓||✓|
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My teenager installed this thing & had it running in about 15 minutes. Having trouble? Look around your house for a teenager. They're quiet. You may forget you've got one. Check the kitchen & see if one is there eating all your food.
Do yourself a favor and spend the extra 5 bucks for the one with a higher radius, better safe than sorry. Installation wasn't difficult and if you follow the instructions you will be just fine. My partner handles such matters and always reads them and with the reading it only took him about 10 minutes to hook up and hang. Programming the TV took a bit longer as we had no idea where the channels were located but we managed.
You can see from the photos that it wasn't necessary to hang it very high (and that it didn't match our 'rental property beige' wall color very well) to get a good picture. We get the basics perfectly including NBC, CBS, ABC, FOX, PBS and several other random local channels. We really haven't had a disruption during a show yet. Honestly it has been flawless for us.
The antenna itself is a bit large and can stand out if your wall color doesn't match (see photo's). It is snoted that you are able to paint over it however, I can not speak to that as we left it as is. Anyone with a bit of creativity will find a place to hang it or disguise it, you have 10 feet of coaxial to play with so... Anyone that wants to just have basic television will be just fine with this antenna. It's affordable and very effective.
Both 50 mile antennas are listed as indoor models, but I use it on a TV on a covered porch with the understanding they may break down over time do to atmospheric conditions. The cable on the 1byone was thin and uninsulated which in my installation caused unwanted interference plus the cable was showing signs of damage at the connection to the antenna. I liked the Amazon antenna because it is designed to uses a standard coax cable which means I could used a heavier/insulated cable to help eliminate signal interference in my setup.
From my experience there is no one perfect OTA antenna, I've tried a few and it really comes down to testing each within your environment as the house and placement both play a role in signal reception. I was thrilled to see that once the Amazon antenna was installed the reception of ABC/NBC/FOX/CBS was perfect. These are the channels we cared about the most to watch local news and sports. The 1byone is a fine antenna, but was unable to pull in those for stations with the antenna in a fixed position.
The antenna is white one side and black on the other. The included cables are all black so keep this in mind if you ware looking to install on a white wall. The amplifier is hidden behind my TV, but I grabbed a spare white coax left over from my cable days to eliminate a black cable running along my ceiling.
Switched to Hulu and like it but miss network programming and particularly news.
I live at the north east edge of the Dallas metroplex and was surprised at receiving 52 channels with this small indoor antenna(~25 channels may have content of real interest).
However, setting up this antenna was a bit of a pain. I got the 50 mile range antenna which came with an amplifier, but I don't think it really helped out much. I had to experiment all over the room to find the best spot for the antenna to receive channels, and in the end, there wasn't a sweet spot where all of my favorite channels were available. Sometimes when you gained a channel, you would lose another one, and vice versa. In my experience, putting the antenna against a wall or a window didn't seem to help much in finding a sweet spot. Oddly enough, keeping the antenna suspended in mid-air and not having it lay against anything DID help with finding more channels, but that's not very practical.
The channels that this antenna did pick up were very clear and high quality, just like what you would expect from a rooftop antenna. But I'm only giving this antenna 3-stars, just because it's so temperamental and it failed to give me all of the channels that I was looking for.