|Item Weight||1.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10.6 x 6.9 x 1.9 inches|
|Item model number||HD-600|
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Lava HD-600 Lava Electronics Indoor/Outdoor HDTV Antenna
- Designed to be used indoors or outdoors
- Includes 3' rg6 cable and a/c adapter
- Compact design won't annoy neighbors when placed on rooftop
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|Item Dimensions||6.9 x 10.6 x 1.9 in||3.25 x 6.5 x 13.5 in||4.5 x 1.25 x 5.8 in||7.6 x 7.6 x 10 in|
With over 1,000 stations in more than 200 markets broadcasting digital television, nine out of ten households can now receive free HDTV signals with the right antenna, a set-top box and a high-definition television. This lava electronics hd-600 indoor/out.
Top Customer Reviews
I connected this and without doing anything I went to 15 stations. When I connected it and just laid it out on the grass outside I got 19 stations with a good strong signal.
When I connected it to my TV upstairs I got 21 stations with no issue with the antenna inside.
My next experiment is to hook it up in my attic and connect it to multiple TV's and see what happens. Then I will mount it outside.
Can't wait to dump my cable for good - $100 in my pocket.
You can't go wrong for $30
Quick delivery - got it in 3 days with free delivery.
I will update as I go.
I did finally hook this up to multiple TV's but it did not work as well as I had hoped. I ended up getting a regular HD antenna and mounting it on my roof and that works great.
when the antenna says it catches the signal from a 50 miles tower. this distance is the open-air one. means there are no obstacles at all between the antenna and the tower. so if you are in an apartment in a building. the tower is just few miles on the other side of the building, you might not get the signal regardless how strong the antenna is because of the walls that the signal has to cross. sometimes moving the antenna a little bit will give you a better signal because in the new location there are less obstacles in the way. always choose a place for the antenna that you think there are the least obstacles. to have a fair test for an antenna, put it in an open high place.
anyway, I have the rating above because this antenna give me weaker signal than my older booster that claims less mileage power.