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ClearStream 1 Convertible Indoor/Outdoor HDTV Antenna with Mount - 30 Mile Range
- Built for installation convenience with a 30+ mile range - use on tabletop or wall mount indoors, in an attic, or outdoors [NOTE: Location, obstructions, and building materials affect reception]
- Unique convertible base allows use of reflector for extra range in any application
- Receive free TV from networks like ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, CW, PBS, Univision, MeTV and more in FullHD 1080 where available
- Includes ClearStream 1 Convertible Antenna, 6ft coaxial cable, all-weather mounting hardware, and instructions (optional CJMOUNT sold separately)
- Lifetime warranty on parts
This product is available as Certified Refurbished.
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From the manufacturer
ClearStream 1 Convertible HDTV Antenna
40 Mile Range
The ClearStream 1 Convertible antenna uses patented technology to receive TV signals 40 miles away from broadcast towers. The antenna is designed with a convertible base, so you can position the antenna in 3 different configurations; on a tabletop, wall mount, or outdoor mount depending upon individual preferences and reception. The ClearStream 1 Convertible is ideal for urban and suburban areas where heavy foliage or roofing materials reduce the incoming signal. No other antenna can match its performance in such a compact form.
A Leader in Cutting-Edge Antenna Technology
Why do our antennas outperform the competition? The proof is in the patented loop design. The ClearStream series is engineered to respond to a greater range of frequencies along with a wide beam angle eliminating the need for rotation. In addition to the loop technology, the reflector focuses the antennas power for added range and also provides protection against multipath interference. Antennas Direct is dedicated to providing superior antennas supported by a lifetime warranty.
Set Up is Easy
Locate the broadcast towers serving your area at antennapoint.com. Place indoors, in the attic, or outdoors for best results. Connect one end of a coaxial cable to the antenna and the other end to your TV. Scan for the available channels using your TV remote control. Try several locations to find the best reception and remember to scan for channels at each location. Enjoy all your favorite local and network shows in Full HD 1080 where available.
- Product Dimensions: 12.75"H x 11.75"W x 5"D (Indoor Use), 12.25"H x 11.25"W x 6.25"D (Outdoor Use)
- Cord Length: 6 feet
- Connector: 75 ohm F connector
- Mounting Hardware Included
- Lifetime Warranty on Parts
Reduce Your Monthly TV Bill to $0
You can now experience HDTV in the highest quality picture and sound available. Over-the-air broadcasts are transmitted in crystal clear Full HD 1080; far less compressed than what cable and satellite offer. Many local broadcasts are digitally aired in 5.1 Surround Sound giving you the ultimate sound stage for watching live television. With a digital antenna, you can receive free local news, weather, kids shows, sports, cooking, shopping, and sitcoms from networks like ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, PBS, CW, ION, and much more with no cost or contracts. And broadcast TV won't be interrupted from service drop outs (ehemm satellite). Quick fact: local sports are broadcast free over-the-air. You just need an antenna.
CONVERTIBLE BASE ALLOWS FOR PLACEMENT ON A TABLETOP, WALL OR OUTDOOR MOUNT RANGE: UP TO 35 MILES INCLUDES 6FT COAXIAL CABLE LIFETIME WARRANTY DIM: 12 L X 12 W X 5 D
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I have two daughters in college who were expecting to pay for cable TV in their apartments. I suggested that before sinking $60/mo for cable, that they try out "free wireless digital TV" as I called it. They had no clue that it even existed. I bought the Clearstream 1 from Amazon for my daughter in St. Louis. She lives in the city in a ground floor apartment, next to a 3 story building. Her window was not facing the direction of the towers, so I didn't have high hopes for any signal, let alone something that was reliable. I unboxed the antenna. The "convertible" model includes a mesh reflector and a bracket for an outside mast. These are not used in the indoor configuration--either wall or desk mount. The unit snaps together in a couple of seconds. It is the perfect size to set inconspicuously behind the TV on the window sill. The provided cable had the screw on F-connectors, and a very thin center conductor, which easily bends. On my first attempt to screw on the cable, the center conductor bent flat rendering the cable useless. Fortunately I had a spare push-on type cable. It was MUCH easier to connect than the provided cable. The screw type connectors were hard to turn since the connector was partially recessed on the antenna unit. It can be done, but it takes smaller fingers and more patience than I have.
Once the cable was attached to the unit, I connected it to the antenna jack on the TV. Again I set the unit in a window just behind the flat panel TV with no particular orientation. The next step was to do the channel scan on the TV. Amazingly, the scan resulted in 30+ channels. Being next to a tall building, I hadn't expected any. Her Vizio TV was one of only a few models that does NOT have a signal strength meter in the menu. There was no way to measure the signal intensity. But the primary stations in St. Louis (ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX and a couple of independents) came in perfectly, and in high definition. No static. No blockiness. I was really amazed. Later, I checked the signal strength with a tuner card that I had in my laptop computer, and the signal was acceptable on all of the channels, though not really strong. Being about 8.5 miles from the towers, I suspect that we were getting a strong reflection from the adjacent building rather than a direct signal path. Whatever works! Another thing working in our favor was the fact that all of the major TV stations in St. Louis are transmitting on the UHF band, and this is a UHF antenna. UHF generally works better in a crowded area in part because it is not subject to as much interference (from neighboring hair dryers, etc.) as VHF transmissions. With UHF stations, you usually either get them or you don't. With VHF, you can be watching with a perfect picture that will all of a sudden disappear when interference occurs. To find out if your local stations are UHF or VHF, don't go by the channel numbers. (In New York, channel 4 really broadcasts on channel 28 in the UHF band. They just use the name 4.) You really need to check the actual channel numbers with a website like [...] or [...]
To summarize, the Clearstream 1 Convertible worked perfectly, and my daughter and roommates are very happy--especially since there is no monthly cable bill. Of course, they won't be able to watch CNN, ESPN, BRAVO, etc. But a lot of television today is available over the internet, so they don't mind. It is a very good, attractive, easy to set up antenna that will pull in reception from local TV stations and save you a ton of money each month.
My other daughter is in Chapel Hill NC where there is a mix of UHF and VHF stations. Again, she was not facing the towers, and further from the transmitter making reception more difficult. I got her a "Clearstream 2" model similar to 2 Clearstream 1's strapped together, with a single mesh reflector. It's much more obtrusive as an indoor antenna, but does a pretty good job of pulling in the stations--much better than I had expected. She discontinued her cable service and is very happy that she did so. With the money saved, she added a Roku box and is now able to watch Netflix and many other shows, all for about $8/month, and still have all of the networks as well as local news weather and sports.