RGTech Monarch 50 Transparent Indoor HDTV Flat Antenna - 50 Mile Range Multidirectional Reception for Maximum UHF/VHF/FM/USB TV Tuner/DVB-T/DAB Radio Reception
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- The antenna is designed and engineered in the USA by NASA Hall of Fame scientist
- Free TV - Picks up all available over the air channels (i.e. ABC, NBC, FOX, CBS, PBS, and others) - Cut the cable - Delivers HD Broadcasts including 4K and 1080p to any digital TV - Receives HD, UHF, VHF, FM, DVB-T, DAB Radio
- Performance - True 50-Mile reception range antenna-Integrated Ultra-Wide Band Technology boosts reception and integrated 4G Filter eliminates interference by 4G cell phone signals - Optimized DTV reception on both UHF and Hi-V bands - No pixelation - Crystal Clear Image output - Consumes no electricity - saves you more
- Easy to place near TV or hide with the antenna stand provided -easy to position at the most desired spot with the 15ft Coax Cable and 3M foam tapes provided - Plug and Scan easy installation - No power supply required - Flat, thin, discreet and stylish antenna design that looks nice anywhere
- 30 DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE - 5 YEAR WARRANTY - Risk free purchase for testing the antenna suitability in your area with the 30-day money back guarantee and the five (5) year warranty period
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Designed to pull in HD, digital and analog signals from up to 50 miles away and from all directions, this breakthrough design antenna outperforms traditional antennas and it's fully compatible with any digital TV.
Designed and engineered in the USA by the 23 patents holder and NASA Hall of Fame scientist, Dr. Argy Petros, this patent pending antenna transforms space technology into a commercial product that gives you the chance to watch TV EVERYWHERE and for FREE.
RGTech's Monarch Indoor HDTV Antennas are among the very first antennas that incorporate Ultra-Wideband Technology (UWB), a technology used in radars and similar to that applied to an antenna developed by Dr. Argy Petros for NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (used in remote sensing applications) which achieves high bandwidth. This revolutionary technology along with the multi-directional reception ability and the integrated 4G filter, eliminate mobile phone signal interference and allow our antennas to produce a simply astonishing image on your TV.
So why spend time and money on conventional antennas? RGTech's new Generation UWB Antennas outperform existing antennas available in the market and promise that you will never look back!
Just plug the antenna in, tune your TV and enjoy Free HDTV at superior quality everywhere.
First Indoor Ultra-Wideband Technology HDTV Antenna with 4G filter
True 50 mile Multi-Directional reception range
4K and 1080p reception
VHF, UHF, HD, DAB-RADIO reception
Easy installation, no tools, no assembly required
No power supply required
Best quality antennas, come with a 5-year warranty and a 30-day money back guarantee
What's in The Box
RGTech Monarch 50 Indoor HDTV Antenna
3x 3M clear double coated removable foam tapes for window mounting
Long cable-15ft for easy installation
Monarch Antenna Stand White
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My wife hated the dipole antenna I had on my stereo receiver, so I thought I would try this optically minimal antenna.
My stereo tuner is digital and it would land on strong stations only. That gave me about 12 channels. Reception was ok, but nothing to write home about. When the RG antenna arrived I opened the box and pulled out the connector to confirm it would fit my stereo connector,. It looked like a fit, so I plugged in the antenna, with a bit of pressure. I turned on the tuner and could not believe my ears. The sound was crystal clear. I started hitting the tuning button and it stopped at almost every station. Every station tuned in was almost CD like in quality. I pulled the antenna and stand out of the box and it now sits on the bottom shelf, about 3 inches above the floor, and behind the receiver, where my wife can hardly see it. I live on a high floor so perhaps that is why I don;t have to raise the antenna.
I am going to test this on my digital TV now, and if it works as well, I will buy another. I will do a follow up review after testing.
A tip: I did the scan, and it was only average. I then took the antenna outside and ran the scan and it was, of course, better. But then bringing it back in, it does still pick up the channels from the outdoor scan! So it was a little workaround the auto-scan...
However, the coaxial cable that is not removable is atrocious and belongs in no digital antenna. You can buy a better / stronger coax cable from the dollar store. Many city dwellers such as I have major issues with electromagnetic interference which disrupt the signal and cause bad pixelation. The first photo attached shows the poor quality of the cable that was used for this antenna (after I took dismantled it and removed the coupler). As you can see it is very thin with almost no shielding. The other photos are how I modified mine with some novice soldering skills and a quality RG6 cable.
Changing out the cable made a world of difference for me and now the antenna is able to lock into the channels that were causing me major grief and signals hold well.
Very good antenna, looks better than most, terrible execution and delivery by using awful cable.
Active or amplified antennas are not likely to get any more signals as the UHF frequency used is line-of-sight and does not bounce of the ionosphere as the VHF signals do. If you do have your antenna on a tower you may need amplification,
It is a clear plastic sheet and the lines you see are metal "printing" on one side. It also has a cheap plastic stand but most people will want to place it on the wall.
Lately it does seem to be degrading in performance. I have switched back to the old antenna that I have to move around for each channel since it no longer seems to work as well.. ( :-( ]=[