AntennaCraft HBU33 85 Boom HBU Series Antenna for UHF and High-Band VHF - 70 to 60 Mile Range
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- Fringe high-band UHF/VHF TV antenna.
- 31 active electronic elements.
- 80 boom length.
- UHF range up to: 60 miles (Ch. 14-69).
- VHF high range up to: 70 miles (Ch. 7-13).
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The HBU-33 high band fringe UHF / VHF (high band 7-13) TV Antenna is designed for unsurpassed signal gathering ability. This antenna comes pre-assembled from the factory, and is always easy to install. Fringe high-band UHF/VHF TV antenna. 31 active electronic elements. 80" boom length. UHF range up to: 60 miles (Ch. 14-69). VHF high range up to: 70 miles (Ch. 7-13). Includes hardware for mounting to a mast, and 75 Ohm Transformer for coaxial connection.
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Distance & terrain: I live 55 miles southwest of Scranton, PA. The terrain is edge2. The antenna is mounted outside, approx. 20' high (single story chimney mount). I'm receiving 10 broadcasts (ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, PBS) from the Scranton, PA area as well as two additional channels out of Harrisburg, PA (35 miles away) off of the back side of the antenna. Little or no signal interruption. The exception being the occasional violent thunderstorm. Otherwise, the reception has been rock-solid.
What more could I ask for? Great antenna. Great price. Looks good on the skyline too!
mast clamp goes on side of main boom.
step 2 it took 2-3 tries before i realized the bowtie(bottom) fits on lead in terminals, i donot have a clue what a isolation network is, but i made sure they
pointed like picture in manual, put (2) screws in wing boom. you are not suppose to unlock elements after locking into position!
Step 3-CONNECT COAXIL CABLE-i finally saw what the little white plastic thing (strain-relief tab) hanging down was for,thread your tranformer through this tab;
step 4 i put antenna on pvc pipe, secured pvc pipe and antenna to my bannister.
I just kept going back to directions, looking at pictures and trying to assemble correctly.......well, guess i got it right....now i get 25 stations out of Atlanta which is 60 miles from me.
hope this helps more than it confuses women who have to put antenna together
or have no tv
I tried to install RCA ANT751 antenna before. All good except one channel (26.1) important to my wife does not have stable reception (I live near intersection of Bollinger and Wolf Rd. Cupertino).
After switching to HBU33, all channels works great (scanned 69 channels when antenna points to 300 degree). I put a 6 feet mast by my chimney on the 2nd floor roof. No need to install pre-amplifier. I don't see difference with or without my pre-amplifier (RCA) installed.
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