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Quantum FX ANT 105U Outdoor Digital TV Antenna (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

3.9 out of 5 stars 35 customer reviews
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  • Supports HDTV and DTV broadcasts
  • Full band DTV/VHF/UHF receiver with 360º rotation
  • Includes wireless remote and 50' coaxial cable
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: QuantumFX
  • Model Number: ANT 105U
  • Item Display Weight: 5.00 pounds
  • Manufacturer Warranty Description: Comes with Manufacturer Warranty.

Product Description

Supports HDTV and DTV broadcasts. Full band DTV/VHF/UHF receiver with 360º rotation. Includes wireless remote and 50' coaxial cable

Product Information

Product Dimensions 18.5 x 10 x 4.5 inches
Item Weight 3.6 pounds
Shipping Weight 3.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Department Televisions
Manufacturer Quantum FX
ASIN B003FPEDYQ
Item model number ANT 105U
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3.9 out of 5 stars 35 customer reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #665 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Audio & Video Accessories > Antennas > TV Antennas
#11,005 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Television Accessories
#16,892 in Electronics > Televisions & Video
Date first available at Amazon.com March 16, 2010

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The bad outweighs the good on this antenna. It does receive TV Stations and the amplifier is high gain, but it is so flimsy that it should not be used outside. Wind, ice and snow will destroy it.

The antenna rotor feature is almost funny. You push a button and it rotates, unless you can see the antenna, you have no way of knowing which direction. If you let off the button and push again it should reverse direction. This happens most of the time, but not always, sometimes it just continues in the original direction. You really don't have a clue to where it is pointing, and since this antenna is very directional on the higher channels you will be looking out the door often to see where the dam thing is pointed. The rotor motor is like something you would find in a child's toy, with no mechanical breaking. Even if you get it pointed correctly the next good wind will turn it like a weather vain.

All the hardware screws into gray plastic that is very soft, you cannot make anything tight or the screw threads will strip. The connections from the driven elements (one VHF, one UHF) to the amplifier are not much more than thick aluminum foil. There is no FM trap on the amplifier, if you have a strong FM station (or TV station) near your home, the amp will likely overload and wipe out some of your amplified gain.

I am an electronic technician and have installed a few antennas in my time. I was surprised by the good signal reception, but would only consider this for indoor use in an attic. It is probably good for 30 or 40 miles from the transmitter, but only if you have a good location. Lastly RCA makes a good strong small antenna #ANT751 (Amazon sells it) that works very well, with an added amplifier I get all the Philly station about 50 miles away.
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Very poor quality. Made in China, that's maybe why.

1. The rotating motor broke in five minutes after installation!!! So, I simply rotated it to right position by hands and fixed that with couple screws. It is not rotating anymore.

2. Feels fragile, doubt it survive this winter.

3. Reception is OK but I would expect much better effect (it's roof installation after all). Still don't get those channels, which showed 30% signal before on my homemade antenna in attic.

So, I just wasted $26 paid for this crap, as it is not worthwhile to return and pay for shipping. Stay away from this product.
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OVERVIEW: The item works incredibly well. I live in the NE CT. area in a deeply wooded area. The area is listed for antennae reception as poor or non-existent. Before I bought this item I had a 10 foot diameter motorized antennae on the roof with a amplifier in-line. The TV stations vary in distance from 20 miles to 40 miles. The problem is that they vary from a direction of North toward the West to the South South West. Turning the antennae in any direction to get a station is fine but the other stations are lost most of the time excluding days of perfect weather conditions.

I have 3 DVD recorders so recording simultaneous stations becomes impossible at most times as any weather, including drizzle, rain, snow, or wind will cancel out even the smallest of signal strengths of the stations not in the direction of the antennae. So, I decided to get this really, really, cheap... and I do mean cheap, in the monetary sense ($25 including shipping).

The unit is a small antennae with very bad instructions, but not so complicated that most people can't figure out, very quickly. You'll need to mount it to some kind of a pole or round stick vertically. I used an old camera tripod and mounted it to the center mast... it took 10 seconds. A cable runs from the motorized antennae to a control box next to the TV. The control box is also the amplifier. The control box is plugged into a 120 volt AC wall socket.... a cable from the control box runs to the TV or recorder. The control box has an ON-OFF switch. The unit comes with a remote to operate the control box at a distance, or, you can just operate the control box manually. Real simple installation and doesn't require a power source at the antennae like most amplified antennae do.
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This make 4 bad units of Quantum FX ANT-105 Antennas Discount Jungle. 3 of the 4 would not rotate and the 4th unit the power box the switch will not move to power on. These things are junk!! Please do not buy any of these antennas. They want a restocking fee, if I want my money back this is BS. I guess you live and learn.

Thank you,

Adam
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I could not believe I would find an antenna at this price that would deliver so much for so little money. I'm able to grab over 80 channels in downtown Orange County (CA), and the quality of the HD channels is WAY better than paying HD cable. I had HD cable for a while and it was extremely expensive to rent the HD boxes etc from Time Warner, so I downgraded to just regular non-HD cable and I was still paying $40/mo. I then decided to buy this antenna while I was still on basic cable, and once I installed it I called the cable company the same day and quit! This antenna pretty much paid for itself in two weeks, and even if it breaks down the cost would make it almost disposable. It's easy to set up, costs as much as a dinner downtown, and the picture quality of HD channels is unbelievable.
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