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RCA Compact Outdoor Yagi HDTV Antenna with 70 Mile Range
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- Enjoy top-rated HDTV network programming and your favorite shows for Free with no monthly fee or subscription
- Simplifies installation with pre-assembled design, easy-lock fold-out UHF reflector and snap-lock elements
- Supports up to 1080i HDTV broadcasts for high-quality picture and sound - 70+ miles from the towers
- DISCLAIMER: Reception quality and channels received will depend on distance from towers, broadcast power, terrain and other factors.
- Withstands tough outdoor conditions with durable construction and materials
- Superior reception outdoors or even when mounted in the attic
- Includes mast, locking mast clamp, mounting hardware and 75-ohm matching transformer
- Designed and engineered in the USA. Receives HD and Digital TV broadcasts for FREE
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Choosing the Right Antenna
There are lots of factors that can affect your TV antenna reception. Visit rcaantennas website and use our Antenna Finder zip code tool to see a list of channels being broadcast in your area and to help determine the best antenna to fit your specific need.
The RCA ANT751R
Compact Indoor/Outdoor Yagi TV Antenna
This RCA Compact Indoor /Outdoor Antenna provides both network and local television in full 1080 HD quality, for free. Its pre-assembled design and included mast and mounting hardware provide a variety of placement options, while its enhanced signal reception outperforms antennas available from other manufacturers. Don’t settle for a lesser picture or fewer channels when you know your TV is capable of delivering much more!
- Cross-phase, multi-element design provides enhanced reception technology for more channels
- Supports up to 1080i HDTV broadcasts
- Receives UHF and VHF channels = more content!
- Pre-assembled design with easy-lock fold-out UHF reflector and snap-lock elements
- Mast, mounting hardware and 75-ohm transformer included for placement indoors or outdoors
Getting the Best Reception
The amount and quality of the channels you receive will depend on the following:
1) Channels being broadcast in your area
2) Broadcast tower locations
3) Strength of the broadcast signals
4) Line of sight and environmental terrain
Visit rcaantennas website to find Reception Tips, “How To” videos, FAQs, and more.
Streaming Player Companion
An RCA HD antenna is the perfect complement to streaming players such as Apple TV, Roku, Xbox, and more. Pair the ANT751R with your streaming device and get live content along with your favorite on-demand programming. Designed to withstand tough outdoor conditions, the ANT751R includes a mounting kit for placement on a wall, in the attic, or on a rooftop.
Easy Set Up
RCA TV antennas are easy to install:
1) Connect the antenna’s coax cable into the back of your digital-ready TV.
2) Find the optimal placement for the antenna.
3) Scan for available channels, and you are ready to enjoy your free content.
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All RCA TV antennas:
- Are designed and engineered in the USA.
- Are built with the highest quality components.
- Meet or exceed all quality and performance standards established by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA).
- Deliver the best, most reliable, uncompressed HD picture.
UHF and VHF Channels in HD
Many antennas on the market are optimized to receive only UHF broadcasts and do not reliably receive VHF. All RCA TV antennas are precision-tuned to receive both UHF and VHF frequencies and will provide you with the most HD content.
Enhanced Reception Technology
The ANT751R TV antenna’s cross-phase, multi-element design provides enhanced reception technology, delivering the maximum amount of content available in your area - the most popular over-the-air TV shows, news, sports and more.
Get superior reception without the whole neighborhood noticing. This compact outdoor antenna is designed to maximize signal reception and integrate seamlessly into any home environment, indoors or out. Receive all available local HD digital broadcasts channels for free, including digital formats via UHF and VHF frequencies.
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Tried a few antennas before settling on the RCA.
Background: 40+ years Broadcast Engineer. Radio, TV, Ham, Radar.
Havana FL Terrain: Hilly in a slight valley and trees surrounding the property.
Cut the cord a few years ago with DirecTV.
Prices constantly rising every month. You know, nickle and dime stuff until the bill was close to $100.00.
Bye, Bye satellite.
I then went exclusively with Amazon Prime, been an Amazon customer some 15 years now, also went with Netflix.
These 2 gave me the best bang for my buck. Movies and TV shows streamed via my DSL and my DVD collection helped.
Recently I decided to try a converter box on my TV, it's an oldie but goodie HD 1080i DLP. ( I keep stuff forever).
I purchased a View-TV AT-163 ATSC box with a 50 mile antenna, well so they say.
You know the antenna I'm talking about, the one that looks like a mouse pad.
I used my old satellite RG6 cable and hooked the antenna to it and laid it on the patio rail. Sort of aimed it to see what I'd get. 7 channels - not bad for where I am. 30+ miles from the antennas in a valley with trees all around and yes the signal was breaking up - I expected that.
Decided to see if I could do better so......
Antenna number 1 was a Winegard Omni-directional 40 mile MS 2002 and a Winegard DS3000 J-Pole mount for side of the house. This antenna was 30' AGL. Reception was terrible and this antenna was supposed to be amplified also. The same 7 channels with break up. Back it went.
Antenna number 2 was a 1byOne 60 mile Amplified Omni-directional. Up the pole it went - 30' AGL. 8 channels some usable the others constantly breaking up. Back it went.
Antenna number 3 was the RCA Yagi Directional ANT751R antenna UHF/VHF. It boasts about a 40 mile range.
I also decided to pick up a Windgard XT LNA-200 Boost preamp since this antenna is not amplified at all.
The RCA comes with everything you need for mounting on the side of the house. (now I have an extra pole, thanks RCA, love ya's)
Up the pole it went. 30' AGL. I placed the LNA on the pole right under the antenna, hooked everything up and aimed the Yagi to 94 degrees magnetic. Had the converter box re-scan for channels and got 12 channels with almost constant signal strengths of 57 to 75%.
Terrific. I now have view-able television.
This RCA ANT751R is a keeper.
Construction is of high quality aluminum, stainless, and plastic/nylon parts and I have no doubt it will last for years to come.
Networks received - ABC CBS NBC FOX and a few piggyback stations that transmit from the networks including a channel that plays old B&W movies, love 'em, and a local weather channel so I can tune into MY area for up to date weather feeds.
All of these networks are approximately 27 to 30 miles from me as the crow flies as calculated by TVFOOL.com.
All the other antennas I tried only got signal strengths fluctuating of around 49 - 55% amplified - that was unacceptable to this engineer.
The RCA ANT751R and the Wingard LNA Preamp are a perfect combo if you live in an area like mine.
There are other stations to the South of me as well and I see another RCA Yagi in my future.
It has proven itself completely reliable - Oh! By the way, I put this antenna up under very cloudy skies with intermittent rain.
Signals should increase slightly when the weather clears.
Update on OTA TV Box, 02-10-2016:
Was using a View-TV AT-163 ATSC box.
Box has since failed and I went to a Mediasonic HW-150PVR HomeWorx ATSC Digital TV Converter Box.
I've reviewed this box and find it to be superior to the View-TV and iView boxes that I've tried.
The antenna reviewed above with it's Wineguard Preamp are still functioning perfectly.
Absolutely no adjustments have been needed as of this date.
Very happy with this combination and recommend both.
Tweaked the antenna a bit and signal strength is 75 to 95%
Since I connected the antenna to two TVs (in family room and master bedroom), I decided to add a preamp. It proved to be very unnecessary so I returned it. Both TVs have incredibly clear video and audio - I'm very pleased.
Region info: I am in the Nashville, TN area. 23 miles north of the Nashville city center, and I aimed the antenna generally south. I did not have to adjust it any more than that. The directions said aiming is critical and you may have to adjust it several times for the best reception, but for me it was perfect the way I set it the first time.
Installation for me was easy though a bit scary that high off the ground. There was a Dish Network satellite dish mounted on the roof by the previous owner of my house, and the pole it was mounted on was the same diameter as the one that comes with this OTA antenna so I just reused that pole. I did sort of drop (toss) the Dish to the driveway below as it was very heavy and impossible to balance with one hand, (other hand on the ladder right). Oh well, not going to be able to use it as a bird bath after all.
Cutting the cord path & results:
I kept the Comcast Internet only 150 mbps plan (no cap) for $50 a month (w 3yr contract) plus sales tax and NO FEES. I have own my own cable modem/router (ARRIS SURFboard SBG6782-AC DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem and AC1750 Wi-Fi Router) so I don't pay any rent on a modem for my Comcast Internet.
My bill from Comcast before was $200 and $70 of that was fees, taxes and DVR and set top box rentals. Now, with 150 mbps/no cap Internet only my Comcast bill is $54.50 including tax, total bill. Monthly savings of $145.50, annual savings $1,746. Which allows me to purchase the channels I want to watch, and still save lots of money, instead of the Comcast 220+ channels I was forced to buy to get the 10-15 channels I wanted.
I purchased two Roku Ultras ($117 each, a one time cost) for my streaming devices after a lot of research and recommendations from family and friends. I feed one of the Rokus to two TV sets (m bedroom/living room) with a HDMI splitter (J-Tech Digital JTD-MINI-1x2SP 2 Port) and 50 foot High Speed HDMI Cable I ran to the second TV via my basement. One of the nice things about the Roku Ultra devices is the remote controls. They are Radio Frequency remote controls (not line-of-sight IR) so even though the one Roku device being shared resides in the master bedroom I can sit in the living room and control it on that second TV. I can watch the shared Roku on both TVs at the same time or with either one turned off. Sweet!
I subscribed to Sling TV Orange & Blue $38, Hulu no commercials $12 and CBS All Access for $10.
So, all of the channels "I chose" to purchase and my Internet comes to $114, monthly savings $86, annual savings $1,032 :) :) :)
This is a great OTA antenna, it provides crystal clear HD channels on all three of my TVs at a fair price. This antenna is light weight, you can easily hold and balance it with one hand. It is relatively small, around 3 feet long and could probably fit just about anywhere.
My advice, save money, get the channels you want, CUT THE CORD !!