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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
- Frequency Range: VHF 170 - 230MHz, UHF 470-860MHz
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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.
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.
The only problem we had is that we kept getting blurbs in the programming and because the cord to this one is pretty short (about 5 ft) there wasn't really the ability to move it around much.. We ended up hooking up a larger indoor antenna with a longer cord so we could move it around, which did the trick. We still get little blurps now and again but not as many as we did with the small antenna.. However, for being such a little guy, it really is impressive.. I didn't really believe it'd be able to pick up much of anything. For the price, it can't be beat. A longer cord would be ideal.
I got more channels
Channels come in HD and VERY clear.
Very few/no interruptions, or issues with the clarity of the signal.
at $8 on Amazon it is cheaper than I could find anywhere else, and allowed me my local channels in excellent quality.
It doesn't give me the full range of channels that I could get if I were to have used a more powerful antenna but it definitely expanded my horizons.
The chord is pretty short. I tried to run the antenna to a close window and it was too short to get very far from the tv.
The stand they give you isn't very sturdy so I advise sticking it to a surface like your TV stand. Don't trust that it is going to stand on its own.
Overall: don't go expecting a million channels. I checked with the FCC site to see what channels to expect and this antenna picked up all the ones it said would be in range. I live in Cincinnati which is decently sized so I have all the main local channels along with a few movie channels, several different PBS stations etc. Some of the faraway channels do come in for me sometimes but I don't depend on those and I learned that pretty quickly. The antenna makes for decent television options when I am not using HULU or Netflix. It lets my wife watch her daytime TV, and I can follow some of my favorite prime time network shows as well. I say you can't go wrong spending the money on this unless you know you need a more powerful antenna.
P.S. bought this with Amazon Prime and it came in a little over 24 hours. I am not sure if that was because I bought it while they were in full swing for the holidays but I was pleasantly surprised that it came so fast.