|Brand Name||1 BY ONE|
|Item Weight||1.86 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||20.7 x 3.3 x 13 inches|
|Item model number||O0000-0555|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
TV Antenna, 1byone Amplified Outdoor Digital HDTV Antenna 85-100 Miles Range with VHF/UHF Signal, Built-in High Gain and Low Noise Amplifier, Mounting Pole
- Free for Life - Never pay your cable or satellite fee for television again! You can get all local channels crystal clear and absolutely free! The 1byone antenna can pull in all of your local news, sitcoms, kids and sports programs. Simply connect the antenna to your TV using a coaxial cable, perform a channel scan, and in minutes you'll be enjoying your free local programs
- The Best Picture and Sound Quality - You can now experience HDTV in the highest quality picture and sound available. Over-the-air broadcasts are transmitted in uncompressed full HD (1080P), ultra HD (4K) and 3D channels; far surpassing what cable and satellite offer. Many local broadcasts are digitally aired in Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound giving you the ultimate sound stage for watching live television. Bullet feature 3 (optional) : Included Mounting Pole and Built-in High Gain and Low Noise Amplifier -J-shape pole for antenna installation; super long distance reception up to 85-100 miles. Superior construction to withstand tough outdoor weather conditions
- Included Mounting Pole and Built-in High Gain and Low Noise Amplifier -J-shape pole for antenna installation; super long distance reception up to 85-100 miles. Superior construction to withstand tough outdoor weather conditions
- Receive Free Local HDTV, VHF and UHF Signals - Optimized for 1080P digital reception, the 1byone antenna allows you to pick up free local VHF and UHF high-definition and standard definition signals
- 1byone Comprehensive Warranty - We stand behind our antenna 100% with a 24-month warranty. Please Note: Freeview reception is dependent upon environmental factors, we cannot guarantee reception in all conditions. We do offer a 90 day money back guarantee on all new items in order for you to test the suitability in your area
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|60 Miles||150Miles||75 Miles||80 Miles||50 Miles||80 Miles|
|Receiving Frequency||170-230MHz 470-862MHz||470-862MHz||170-230MHz 470-862MHz||170-230MHz 470-862MHz||87.5-108MHz||87.5-230MHz 470-700MHz|
|Amplified or Passive||Passive||Amplified||Passive||Amplified||Passive||Amplified|
|Antenna Length||25.2 inch||33.5 inch||43.8 inch||17 inch||18 inch||35 inch|
|Supports 1080p HD||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
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Outdoor TV Antenna Specification:
Frequency Range:174-230MHz; 470-862MHz
Receiving Range: VHF/UHF
Built-in Amplified Antenna Gain: 21-23dB for VHF; 26-28dB for UHF
Power Supply Input: AC 110V 60Hz
Power Supply Output: DC 12V 100mA
1x Outdoor Antenna
1x Power Supply Unit (PSU)
1x 1.5m coaxial cable (from PSU to TV)
1x 21-Inch J-shape Pole
1x Mounting Base
1x User Manual
2x 6*19mm screw
1x 6*43mm screw
3x 6mm hexagon nut
2x 7*45 mm Plastic Anchor Bolt
1. If you are using a flat screen HDTV, please check your TV's manual to make sure your TV has a built-in tuner for receiving over-the-air broadcasts. Also check to make sure you have correctly connected the antenna to your HDTV or third-party HD receiver ;
2. Re-Scan for Channels. In the TV’s setup menu, set the mode to Antenna or Air. Refer to the TV manual for detailed instructions ;
3. Make sure your tuner can receive HD signals, otherwise you won't be able to receive and watch HD channels ;
4. Signal quality determines picture quality and how many channels you can receive. Once you receive the antenna, please try to place the antenna in various locations to find a best signal reception spot. After finding the optimal location for your antenna, you may be surprised by how many HD channels you receive ;
5. If your TV has no built-in tuner, you can add an ATSC digital converter box to receive the HD signal, put B07CF738QM or B01N5MLC1M into Amazon search box for 1byone converter box;
6. Before you buy, find out what channels are available in your area by visit "dtv.gov/maps" or "tvfool";
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I live about 55 miles from New Orleans and just outside of the broadcast range of Baton Rouge also in a smallish town. After the latest in the annual round of Dish standoffs with my local NBC affiliate, I decided it was time to leave after nearly 20 years. Too far for a cable provider and not wanting to go with another sat provider, I decided to cut the cord and use OTA and stream with my Prime account.
I researched a bunch of antennae and decided to give this one a try because of the claimed range and am very glad I did.
I mounted it on the provided J-pole, pointed it at the correct azimuth (from TVfool.com) and it pulled in nearly the entire range of New Orleans broadcasts (all the majors, and most of the smaller independents too). Figuring on my annual savings, I decided to add another antenna to point at Baton Rouge, which is about 60 miles away and 150 degrees off azimuth from the other one. Mounted on the same pole, drilled a hole in the roof and flashed it with a boot I got here also (Oatey 14052 0.25-Inch to 4-Inch Master Flash). I ran power to both amps - this was an absolute necessity - and pulled the old Dish cable to run the drop to my living room TV.
Works like a champ. I am in pretty flat country but there is a big building right in front of my house and still the reception is quite good. Over the past week or so, I've noticed maybe one or two incidents of video dropout. That's much better than the performance from my sat provider, and given that it has rained a few times I'm quite pleased.
So now I'm pulling in channels I really didn't know existed and have at least two of each major broadcast as well. I should mention that I also bought a Tivo Bolt to use as an OTA DVR because of the channel guide and 4 stream record function (and because it has Amazon Prime and Netflix support built in along with a bunch of others including Pandora). This setup will cost me $15 per month and I really don't miss my former provider at all.
As to antenna build, the overall package is great. Well-packaged, and the antenna requires virtually no assembly. Just flip out the two "ears" and tighten with wing nuts. Attach to the provided pole which comes with mounting hardware for several installation scenarios, and screw on the coax. Then plug in the amp and attach your coax (not provided) to the TV.
My total cost to install for two antennae, coax, flashing boot was just over $115 and that pays for itself in about two months.
Overall I highly recommend this product for ease of installation, build quality and performance.
What was very interesting is that I picked up 2 different Channel 20's. Both come in great, so, I now have Channel 20-1, 2, 3, and 4., and a second Channel 20-1,2,3,4. There was no expected conflict. With a smaller paper antenna, it didn't work. Good Luck.
UPDATE: As stated above, I setup the second antenna to pick up channels in the Washington, D.C. area. I picked up 75 channels and eliminated 12 for low quality or no signal which left 63 usable channels. After several days, I realigned the antenna slightly east of magnetic north to pick up Baltimore channels as more relative to my location. I picked up 71 channels and eliminated 6. I had purchased a higher quality coax to traverse 50 feet from the upper attic to the plugin amplifier. The signal strength of captured channels is higher than the lower attic. I am extremely happy with the results of both of these antennas when mounted in two of my attics and neither seem to be effected by snow or windy conditions.
Even still, it decimates the old leaf style one that I used when I lived closer to the city. Ever since we moved to the suburbs I've gotten consistently poor picture, not anymore.
For reference I use it with a Tablo 4 tuner setup, so everything is self contained in the garage and the Tablo is wifi connected to all of my devices. I went from about 20 channels, all with poor performance to 50 with great performance. Well worth the sub $40 sale price!
FYI it only comes with one coax cable, you'll need an existing coax cable to go from the amp to your TV/Splitter/Tablo/Tivo whatever you have. I had a few laying around so it wasn't a big deal. Others may just plug it into their existing main feed to the house or old satellite feed into the house.
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I've since attached the antenna outside on the old analog tower. Probably another 10 feet higher and now receive 30 channels. Some nights certian channels go out but overall a great improvement. This little antenna is great.
Some of the transmitters for these channels are 83.6 miles away according to Google Maps.
There were two key points to making this antenna perform properly:
1) For best performance, the antenna should be as high off the ground as possible.
2) This is a VERY directional antenna, changing the direction the antenna was pointing in by as little three degrees made a substantial difference in the number of channels that were received.
Next week I will receive the gears to record live and streamed content (Tablo PVR) and to hook the sound thru the home theater system or headhones (HDMI to AV / RCA Converter). I still need to try to optimize the antena direction to see if I can get all the channels without the amplifier.
I roughly aligned the antena towards Ottawa and here is what I am getting (crytal clear) with the included amplifier:
4 - CBC
6 - GLOBAL
9 - ICI Radio-Canada
11 - CHCH
13 - CTV
14 - OMNI2
24 - TVO
30 - Téléquébec
34 - V Télé
40 - TVA
42 - YES - TV
43 - CTV TWO
60 - OMNI
65 - CityTV
Update: Mounted in Niagara Falls using the Channel Master 7777 and it receives 45 Channels - sometimes 48. It consistently has lower reception of High VHF band channels. I looked up folded dipole antenna designs in my old Radio Shack Antennas guide, and it verifies the issue. 1/4 wave folded Dipoles are more sensitive to lower VHF frequencies, This is why it has a less gain with channels 7 to 13. In Niagara falls it just barely picks up ch9 in Toronto and is very intermittent. I recommend adding another VHF rod to the antenna but a quarter wave tuned to the higher VHF bands (aprox 2 meters total span). All the Canadian stations are nearly unobtainable in Niagara Falls Canada with this antenna.
Update: I added a custom made dipole, and it helped only marginally. Since this is probably the best reception We will get in this particular area in Niagara Falls Ont., my family member will have to make due with a spotty CH 5.1 and pixelating hockey games.
Update on Oct 2, 2017
The seller offered a free product for me to try out again。 so far so good, it seems the amplifier of the previous one was a bad one. I got around 20 channels in Great Toronto Area. I like their customer service.
Kids channels: TVO kids, PBS kids, CBC (channel 5) shows kids shows in the morning.
Canadian channels: Global, CTV, CityTV, CBC
American Channels: CBS, ABC, NBC, FOX, Bounce, others...
Hope the antenna continues to perform well over the months.
My setup is as follows:
Antenna in the attic-> 70 ft RG6 cable -> Power Unit in basement (provided) -> 3 ft cable -> 2-way splitter -> 70 ft cable -> wall coupler -> 6 ft cable -> TV
Did not use distribution amplifier. The antenna came with pre-amplifier.
Other 1: Ran into EMI issue from pot-light in 2nd floor. (Antenna was mounted 15 ft over the pot light). This affected only channel 9 (CTV).