- Brand Name: Winegard
- Model Number: FV-30BB
- Specific Uses For Product: personal
- Manufacturer Warranty Description: 90 DAYS
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Winegard FreeVision FV-30BB HDTV Antenna
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- Compact, High-performance Outdoor/indoor HDTV Antenna
- Receives Purest Uncompressed HD & DTV Signals
- 0-30 Mile Range
- Compatible With Any Digital Tuner Including HDTVs, TiVo, Satellite Receivers & Computers
- Mounts Indoors (attic/living Room) & Outdoors (deck, Column, Railing, To Exterior Of Home)
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Winegard antennas provide the maximum content available in your area with antennas capable of receiving both VHF and UHF signals from up to 65 miles away.
Add a Winegard Boost XT Amplifier featuring Clear Circuit and TwinAmp technology to give you the absolute best signal quality.
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History Of Innovation
Winegard Company has been a global manufacturing leader of antenna products since 1954.
- CES Hall of Fame
- First U.S. all channel antenna
Top Customer Reviews
- Excellent design provides high-gain coverage of all possible frequencies that both digital VHF/UHF TV stations may be on as well as the FM Radio band and the few analog translators and LPTV transmitters still being used by TV broadcasters.
- Construction is simple and straight forward. Very little documentation is included, but not much is needed to get this system up-and-running.
- Uses standard RG-6 cable, masts and other hardware that can be easily found at any local hardware store.
- The gain characteristics of this antenna are impressive. I was able to finally view HD signals in broadcast quality that I only had marginal reception with using a different high-gain outdoor antenna.
- Documentation is minimal. There are no part numbers included, so reporting missing parts isn't as straightforward as it could be.
- Winegard's quality control and customer support leaves a lot to be desired. As with many others who have ordered Winegard products, my antenna arrived with parts missing. After waiting more than a week for them to answer my trouble ticket regarding the issue, I finally ended-up calling them, describing the part that was missing and had them send me a free replacement.Read more ›
I had previously purchased a ClearStream 4 UHF antenna but didn't realize it didn't do VHF. While the ClearStream 4 is fairly compact and easy to install in an attic, the Winegard HD7694P is a bit trickier to install/adjust/point inside an attic space as it's length, weight, and long metal rods tend to run into the attic 2x4's. The UHF performance is just as good as the ClearStream 4, if not just a little better.
The only channels I don't get are from antenna towers either 75 miles+ away, or in a totally different direction (which I didn't care about anyway). My cable run is about 50 feet long and I'm not using a signal booster with my Tivo Premier. So we are cancelling our DirectTV ($65/month) satellite service, because now we get lots of HD channels for free.
Moral of the story: Do your channel/tower/signal homework. Check the location of the TV towers with the channels you want on antennapoint.com or antennaweb.org.
Final tip: When pointing your antenna, point it once, check the signal strength, and then adjust its orientation to improve the weakest channel you really want. The higher power/better signal channels will probably still be good and you'll get that weaker channel's signal you want up into the "green".
Here is the back story: My parents live in Ashland, WI and get their TV signals from Duluth, MN. They live about 55 miles from Duluth, as the crow flies (I believe). Even though they didn't have to switch until June (2009), most Duluth stations switched to digital-only broadcasts in February (2009). Ever since then, my parents have gotten no TV signal - well, they get one analog station weakly... So, I got them a digital converter box - no luck - no signal at all. They also recently bought a Sony HD TV with its own digital converter built in. Still no signal. I bought a HD-compatible amplifier and mounted it on their antenna mast - the analog station came in better, but no digital signal.
So, I ordered the Winegard HD8200U after reading reviews and doing some research. I also bought the Winegard AP-8275 Chromstar 2000 Series Pre Amplifier at the same time because I guess I wanted to buy the amplifier that was "made" to go with this antenna.
The antenna comes in a very long box and that might be a little hard to deal with. My dad and I assembled it on the ground outside their house today and this thing is *quite large*. The pictures in the instructions are very small and could be a little more clear. Also, my dad had to run into town and pick up some replacement bolts and nuts, since we somehow lost several of them - not sure they were ever in the box. We put it on a 10-foot mast, ran the cord in through the window of the house and tested it. Even on the ground - without being on top of the house - this thing gets amazing reception.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The Bigger the better the antenna is what I was always taught and there is some truth to that statement. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Fredrick C.
Did a fine job. Was able to pickup all the available channels for our area. From 2 thru 68Published 1 day ago by Rackon
Woah! 50+ stations?! Some are double, but still... Now I get to watch the Macys Thanksgiving Day Parade again without ridiculous cable...Published 2 days ago by Kurtis Karankov
Really boosted the signal. Now able to receive the channels I desired. Works great.Published 3 days ago by Leonard A. Ernst
Works Great! So far no problems. It definitely makes a difference. My longest run is near 100 feet and the picture quality is poor if this booster is not turned on.Published 5 days ago by Eric Friend