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ClearStream Micron-R Indoor HDTV Antenna with Reflector - 35 Mile Range
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- Best performance among tabletop antennas in the 35 mile range category [NOTE: location, obstructions, and building materials affect reception]
- The only indoor antenna to use a reflector for extra range
- Receive free TV from networks like ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, CW, PBS, Univision, MeTV and more in FullHD 1080 where available
- Includes ClearStream Micron Antenna with 6ft coaxial cable, reflector, and instructions
- Lifetime warranty on parts
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ClearStream Micron-R HDTV Antenna
35 Mile Range
The ClearStream Micron-R antenna uses patented technology to receive TV signals 35 miles away from broadcast towers. Designed with a stylish texture finish to blend into sophisticated spaces, the Micron-R 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. 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 the official website. Place indoors next to your TV or on a shelf. 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" x 11"W x 4.5"D
- Gain: 8.1 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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|Item Dimensions||10.25 x 5.38 x 11.75 in||10.25 x 5.38 x 11.75 in||9.3 x 13.3 x 0.2 in||10.5 x 14.5 x 2.5 in||12 x 12 x 5 in||5.1 x 21.4 x 12.2 in|
The ClearStream Micron-R TV Antenna is designed with a stylish textured finish to blend into sophisticated spaces. The antenna uses patented element design with a reflector to focus its power for added range. Receive free TV signals up to 35 miles away from networks like ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, PBS, Univision, and more in FullHD 1080 where available. [NOTE: network reception will vary by market, signal availability, and broadcast tower locations] For more information, visit antennapoint.com and type in your zip code. Place indoors on a mantle, entertainment center, or out of sight, if you prefer. As a leader in cutting-edge antenna technology, Antennas Direct is dedicated to providing superior products supported by a lifetime warranty and a world class call center located in St. Louis, MO. Need help? Live chat with our team 7 days a week at antennasdirect.com or call toll-free 1-877-825-5572 for service and selection advice. Includes ClearStream Micron Antenna with 6ft coaxial cable, reflector and instructions.
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First, I am ~25 miles from the broadcast location in Milwaukee.
I first tried a set of bunny ears from walmart that didn't even thread into the input on my tv.
I then tried the basic RCA bunny ear antenna (RCA Basic Indoor Antenna) which did receive stations but needed adjusting with each channel. So I kept looking. I next tried the amplified square RCA antenna (RCA ANT1450BR Multi-Directional Amplified Digital Flat Antenna (Black)), which pulled in many more stations but it still needed adjusting for some stations despite its claims of being 'omnidirectional'.
I then hooked up the amplifier (RCA AMP1450R Digital Amplifier for Indoor Antenna) from the 1450 to the RCA bunny ears (RCA Basic Indoor Antenna) which actually gave me better results...it needed to be adjusted less frequently.
So I was going to settle for that setup until I was at the store and saw this Phillips antenna (Philips SDV2210/17 UHF/VHF/FM/HDTV Indoor Antenna). I liked the way the loop could be rotated independent of the bunny ears so I gave it a try. I hooked it up to the amplifier (RCA AMP1450R Digital Amplifier for Indoor Antenna) and that did it. I now receive 35 stations over the air without having to adjust the antenna much (Only two local stations need a turn of the knob to come in strong). I somehow pull in some Chicago stations with a strong signal, the furthest being 60 miles away according to TVfool.
Hope this helps. Good luck.
UPDATE: I just received the micron-R (Antennas Direct Clearstream Micron-R) in the mail and plugged that one into the amplifier (RCA AMP1450R Digital Amplifier for Indoor Antenna). I suppose this setup would be equivalent to the micron XG (Antennas Direct ClearStream Micron XG). This unit is directional so I pointed it towards Milwaukee (again, ~25 miles away). I receive EVERY local station with a very very strong signal. The only downside is I don't pull in those few odd stations from other directions like I did with the bunny ears. But this setup is by far the best because of the consistent and strong signal strength. I got the micron on Amazon for $1 (used-like new).
If you'd like to save some money and purchase this antenna without the amplifier screen, you can buy the standard ClearStream Micron antenna version.
No indoor antenna we tried could successfully pick up more than about 30 stations, but this Micron-R antenna picked up the most stations and with the strongest signal (according to the signal meter on our Panasonic HDTV), so we decided to stick with it and have been pleased within our expectations of it ever since. I ended up returning the one we originally purchased to the big boxed store and buying it from Amazon instead, because it was being sold for $1 in "Used - Like New" condition here at the time (April 10, 2012). If we could ever get it to pick up all the local broadcast stations, I'd increase my ratings to 5 stars, but I can't be sure if it's the antenna, the placement, or simply our location relative to the broadcasting stations that is to blame at this point.