- Brand Name: Atennas Direct
- Model Number: C2-CJM-30
Antennas Direct ClearStream 2 Outdoor Long-Range Digital TV Antenna
- Range of up to 50 miles
- Gain of 10.2 dBi with consistent gain through the entire UHF DTV channel spectrum
- Totally new engineering for post-2009 UHF DTV frequencies
- Great for indoor, outdoor and attic use
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The ClearStream 2 didn't have a single negative review, so I figured I'd buy an 'open box' version of this item. Boy, what a difference ! Even without the signal booster, I got 12 ADDITIONAL CHANNELS (than my GE, Chinese garbage antenna) and TWO Analog Channels. The Signal strength is 98% per the diagnostics on my Sony Grand Wega TV (GE only managed to get up to 48%). BTW, I have this in a 1st floor apt, in the bottom pane of a window, taped to the glass, LOL. Imagine what I'd get if I had it on the third floor or mounted on a post outside?
Please consider this antenna, the best one I've found so far.
NOTE: I did realize this....I have wireless internet. At night, I shut my computer completely down. I get all 32 channels all night. The picture is so crisp and colorful. Prettier than cable. BUT, ( yes, there is a BUT here ), in the morning when I turn on my computer, I lose a lot of the channels on the TV. The wireless signal interferes with my antenna signal. I don't know if there is some sort of filter I can get for the antenna. I don't want to move either the computer or the antenna to a different room, so I just watch the channels I can get until night time.
By the way, three of my neighbors have given the boot to cable now and have purchased a Clearstream antenna, too.
After adding an amplifier I even pull in 2 more stations than my neighbor. He has his (standard antenna with amplifier) mounted outside--higher than mine. Mine is mounted indoors as high as I could get it (in attic).
Thus: better antenna+more height+amplifier=more stations. Goodbye cable!
If you are a former whole-home DVR subscriber, the wiring can throw you for a loop.
1) There is only one 'home run' to the old dish location. There will be coax at the old DVR location for each receiver you had...
2) Find the actual cable that goes to the outside by elimination, and use a splitter to send the antenna signal to the other TV's
3) Say goodbye to the hundred-plus buck bill! HD is floating around out there in the atmosphere, grab it for free!
The (company unnamed) installer did a great job with the wiring, now you can have HD in every room. You paid for it!
Some of the channels lose reception when is overcast but these are usually channel that are far away from my area or repeaters channels. Is very important that you study where you should point your antenna. In my case I had to point it north; if I would point it to any other point I wouldn't get anything.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Tripled the number of channels we get off the air with this over a powered flat antenna. Very picky though - can't mount it in one place because I have to move it for specific... Read morePublished 4 months ago by D. Ward
This antenna exceeded our expectations due to the number of channels my daughter can now access on her TV without having to pay the high prices that cable and dish command. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
I now get many channels from farther away than other antennas would receive.Published 6 months ago by cs
Works good. Antenna web has my cottage about 40+miles from major stations and pointed at just the right direction will pick up all of them without any amplifier.. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jeff Neuman