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Mediasonic Homeworx HW110AN Super Thin Indoor HDTV Antenna - 25 Miles Range
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- Receive free digital broadcast High Definition TV signals.
- 25 Miles Range, Gain: 5 dBi, Impedance: 75 ohms
- Super Thin design allows you to place it almost anywhere and no power required
- Universal suction-cup stand included ; Cable / Connector: Standard Coaxial
- Frequency Range: VHF 170 - 230MHz, UHF 470-860MHz
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Receive Free HD TV Channels
Get your local TV broadcast in crystal clear quality for free.
Multi-Directional and Super Thin Design
You can place it on the wall or on the windows. Antenna stand is included to provide convenient placement.
Easy to Set Up
Simply connect this antenna to your TV or converter box and then start to scan channels.
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HomeWorx HW110AN HDTV Digital Flat Antenna receive digital and analog TV broadcast over the air. It has ultra thin and light weight design. No extra power is required.
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One drawback - the built in cable is too short. It really doesn't allow you much leeway to work with placement. I had to couple it to a longer cord. I found the higher up I could get the antenna, the less problems I had. You have to play with the placement of the antenna to get the best reception and channels. Right out of the box the antenna found 73 local HD channels (granted, most of the channels we ones that I'd never watch - EVER). The main local channels (NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX, KDAF, CW etc.) came in loud and in super HD. Sometimes the picture will pixilate, but it's not terrible.
I attempted to set up a second TV and had much more difficulty in finding a placement that would allow for good reception. Still working on that.
Also, we're about 25 miles from the one channel (CBS) I wanted to watch. (I won't watch it online, and -- via Roku -- CBS All-Access had far too many glitches.)
But, within minutes of plugging this antenna into my TV, I not only had crystal-clear CBS, but also ABC, Fox, three college-based educational channels, about 10 retro-vintage TV stations (called things like Buzzr, Decades, Antenna, and Grit), and nearly as many Spanish-speaking channels.
We live on the edge of the Disney World property, so we're far from downtown Orlando, and few broadcasters are nearby. Worse, our apartment complex is in a slight gully, so even cellphone reception can be iffy, here.
About six years ago, we switched to streaming TV (via Roku). Within weeks, we'd quit cable TV altogether, and never looked back. Most gaps in our viewing options were resolved with Amazon Prime TV, Netflix, Hulu, and Acorn TV, plus a wide array of free channels. Better TV, on demand and commercial-free, for far less money than cable... we love this!
However, CBS kept singing a siren song, mostly for "Big Bang...," which I can't get via any other streaming service. And, with this antenna, CBS -- the regular broadcast channel -- is free.
I am SO delighted to have a cheap and FUN addition to our TV viewing options. And, several of our new channels have no commercials; they're supported by regular, 30-minute infomercials.
This antenna works great. For the price, and how easy it is to install, I can't imagine paying more for any indoor antenna.
First please google your zip code and find out how far away you are from your local tv towers,this will help you with picking any type of antenna for your tv.
My zip codes says im 35 miles from the towers with that being said this produce is not right for my area since it only goes to 25 miles. however i was still able to pick up about 20 channels which was way more then zero. because i didnt check before my purchase i dont get channel 7,11,13 and other local movies channels. but i still get 2,4,5,9 and other closer channels. second you must set your tv to digtal settings to use this product,my tv is a toshiba from 09 and i get clear pictures with this antenna. im not returning it because its a great investment and works. im buying a 50 mile antenna because i want to be able to watch the other channels and im cutting all my cable services and only paying for internet.
I am getting major channels including ABC , WCCO , KARE11 FOX 9 and many more. All crystal clear in HD. It was able to tune upto 30 channels. I live in Minneapolis, MN about 10 miles from downtown where major transmissions happen.
Can't believe I was paying $10 each month to comcast for basic TV with lesser channels.
If you don't have a digital antennae, I would start with this, since it's so cheap, provided that you live close into a town that broadcasts its own television (not some small town in the middle of nowhere, there's not going to work). It was a major improvement compared to the rabbit-ears amplified garbage we used to have.