|Brand Name||Antennas Direct|
|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 11 x 4.5 inches|
|Item model number||CSM1|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Specification Met||Energy Star Certified|
|Special Features||Need Help? Call our Tech Support Line at 877-825-5572 Monday - Friday 9am - 9 pm CST and Saturday - Sunday, 10am -6pm., Included: 6 ft. Cable and Table or Wall Mount|
ClearStream Micron Indoor Antenna - 25 Mile Range
|maximum range||25 Miles|
About this item
- Best performance among tabletop antennas in the 25 mile range category [NOTE: location, obstructions, and building materials affect reception]
- Receive free TV from networks like ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, CW, PBS, Univision, MeTV and more in FullHD 1080 where available
- Multi-directional element delivers reception in less than ideal locations - no aiming necessary
- Includes ClearStream Micron Antenna with 6ft coaxial cable and instructions
- Lifetime warranty on parts
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ClearStream Micron HDTV Antenna
25 Mile Range
The ClearStream Micron antenna uses patented technology to receive TV signals 25 miles away from broadcast towers. Designed with a stylish texture finish to blend into sophisticated spaces, the Micron is ideal for urban areas and lower level homes. 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. 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 the official website. Place indoors next to your TV, on a shelf, or hang on the wall. Connect the high-performance coaxial cable into the back of 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: 10"L x 11"W x 2"D
- Gain: 4.35 dBi
- Cord Length: 6 feet
- Connector: 75 ohm F Connector
- Lifetime Warranty on Parts
Reduce Your Monthly TV Bill
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.
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The ClearStream Micron Indoor HDTV Antenna from Antennas Direct uses patented technology to receive TV signals 25 miles away from broadcast towers. Designed with a stylish texture finish to blend into sophisticated spaces, the Micron is ideal for urban areas. The surface is paintable, so you can match your wall, furniture or accent color for a custom fit.
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I have tried several indoor antennas ; flat ones, different square ones, and this was clearly the most effective. It even picked up an additional NBC station over 60 miles away.!
For people who have reported problems , I would suggest giving it another try. it generally comes down to placement and the fact that most people don’t realized they have,to recscan for channels every time they reposition the antenna. It should work better in an exterior room and in a higher position if you have hills in the way.
I have mine in a windowsill and it works great. Just remember to set the input on your TV to Antenna instead of Cable and always scan for channels
This indoor tv antenna does perform, but not well. It receives channels, but only some. Other channels require adjusting the position of the antenna in order to receive them. The antenna is being used in the Austin, TX area. So the antenna will get NBC, CBS, ABC, but then have to be adjusted in order to receive Fox or the CW or PBS. Then the antenna will have to be readjusted in order to receive the first three channels.
Additionally, the antenna is big and bulky, and requires a wide flat surface to stand on. This makes it harder to raise it higher to receive tv signals better. So it's being returned. This is the third antenna from Amazon that I've tried for this smart Toshiba tv.
The first antenna, the Mohu Leaf, worked really well exactly once, and then on the second day would not work at all, no matter where it was placed. I can only guess that was some sort of quality control issue. Back it went.
The third antenna, the 1byone 50 Miles Amplified HDTV Antenna, is giving us the some of the same problems as this one, although not as bad. I'm still working with positioning it, but it may yet go back.
What I want in a tv antenna, is one that picks up all the available channels and doesn't have to be physically adjusted. I'm starting to feel like that's too much to ask for from an inside tv antenna.
If anyone out there in Northeast Austin can recommend an antenna from Amazon that works well in this area, I'd truly appreciate the referral!
I am about 45 to 60 miles from nearest broadcast antenna.
I am surrounded by hills, so much so I cannot get a good reception on my ATT mobile, but this antenna worked great and allows me to watch crystal clear HD of ABC, CBS, NBC and PBS and about 40 more channels Korean and Spanish and lesser known English channels.
As soon as I saw what a great performance I was getting and I ordered another one.
Along with a Zenith DTT900 DTV converter box (for analog TV), I was pretty impressed.
Once I figured out the weird screws, and that they were screws that screw into each other, and which direction to place them in the stand, I was fairly successful. The antenna comes with a separate electric (plugged into the wall) amplifier. You might need an extra coaxial cable or two because of that, if you need it at all.
Without the Amp, I was able to receive 16 channels, most are high-powered with their tower 40 miles away from Surf City, NC (a few stations with all their sub-channels):
WSFX (FOX WILMINGTON)
With the Amp, at highest 20 (db?) power, and with a new converter box scan I was able to somewhat pick up WTMV and its 2 sub-channels, 29-1, 29-2, and 29-3. It was VERY scrambled, and then I tried messing around with the placement of the antenna, and subsequent converter box scans couldn't pick that station up anymore. I'm not sure if this is a low power station in Wilmington, and the info I gathered was that it's part of a network based somewhere else.
Wish I could get some of the Eastern NC stations towards the north for their news channels, but overall I'm very impressed that a desktop antenna can perform that well. Unfortunately, our CBS affiliate (WILM) is a very low-powered station only 35 miles away towards Wilmington and that was impossible to tune in. Someday I might purchase a very strong multi-directional antenna from the same company and place it in the attic space for WILM and those Eastern NC stations.