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Winegard Platinum Series HD7694P Long Range TV Antenna (Outdoor / Attic, 4K Ultra-HD Ready, ATSC 3.0 Ready, High-VHF / UHF) - 45 Mile Range HD Antenna
- Long Range TV Antenna - The Winegard HD7694P outdoor HD TV antenna receives both High-VHF and UHF digital TV signals. Features high gain on both VHF and UHF frequencies for uninterrupted digital TV. Preceision mounted electronics for ultra efficient transfer of digital signal.
- 45 Mile Range - High-VHF and UHF directional TV antenna delivers 45 mile range. Mount outside for maximum range and clearest signal. For additional range and signal reliability amplify your antenna with the Winegard Boost XT LNA-200.
- Free TV Programming - Free ota programming has more options and more channels than ever before. Watch local news and weather, live sports, and all the top-rated shows for free with digital TV antenna. Pair the TV antenna with a streaming device for maximum HD programming.
- Ultra HD and ATSC 3.0 Ready - Digital antenna capable of receiving 4K Ultra-HD signals where available. Be ready for the ATSC 3.0 transition which will add even more features and content such as 3D television and higher frame rates.
- Winegard Antenna Experts - Leading US designer and manufacturer of quality TV antenna and signal reception equipment since 1954. Designed and built in the U.S.A.
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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.
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Winegard Company has been a global manufacturing leader of antenna products since 1954.
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Winegard HD7694P Long Range Outdoor TV Antenna:
Watch local news, weather, live sports and all of the top-rated shows for free, in HD, and with Dolby Digital Surround Sound with the Winegard HD7694P outdoor antenna.
Mount outdoors or in the attic. Includes hardware for mounting to a mast. Antenna has a 75 ohm coax connection.
- Active Elements: 28
- UHF Elements: 17
- VHF Elements: 11
- Boom Length: 65"
- Element Diamter: 3/8"
- Turning Radius 43.25
- Shipping Weight 7 lbs
- Width: 35"
Note: Run a channel scan after installation
To receive programming run a channel scan on your TV after setting up the digital antenna. To keep your channel line-up up-to-date, it is a good idea to run a channel scan monthly and anytime a channel is lost.
Winegard Company designs and manufactures the greatest spectrum of world class Terrestrial and Satellite video and data antenna products and accessories for residential and mobile applications. Since its incorporation in 1953, Winegard has designed more than 1,000 antenna models and been granted over 80 U.S. patents. The company's heritage includes recognition by NASA for contributions to the Apollo 11 mission, and the induction of founder John Winegard into the Consumer Electronics Association Hall of Fame. Winegard's superior antenna design and manufacturing facilities total 410,000 sq. ft and include a state of the art testing, validation and measurement center. The company's in-house and vertically integrated capabilities support its accelerated product design and development cycle.
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That said, I installed this on my AntennasDirect Element antenna in the attic, and it improved the signal tremendously, for $44 rather than the AntennasDirect product at $79.
Two items must be plugged in to the coax antenna cable - the amplifier at the antenna, and a power inserter, probably at your TV. The power inserter has a small transformer that plugs into 110v. You'll need a couple of extra coax jumpers, one from the antenna to the amplifier, and the other between the power inserter and TV. Be careful if you need to split the signal to more than one TV - either the splitter must have pass-through capability, or you need to install the power inserter on the antenna side of the coax cable.
The particular situation in which this amplifier works well is one in which the receiving equipment is signal starved but not noisy – a low-level signal (e.g., transmitter tower is distant from the receiver and/or of relatively low power) embedded in a relatively low noise background. While expensive instrumentation is required to definitively determine when this situation exists, it is possible to use the signal strength diagnostics built into most modern digital TV’s to get a strong hint that this is the case. In particular, if a TV owner uses the Menu option to access a screen which shows the signal strength and/or signal-to-noise ratio and/or signal quality, a reasonably clear picture of an appropriate application may be possible. If these parameters are low – i.e., they reflect a small signal – or vary relatively rapidly in time, it is likely that the desired digital signal is being adversely affected by environmental or propagation distance effects. The best way to make this kind of observation is with a single TV set connected to a single antenna – either upper-VHF or UHF band – so that the intrinsic signal effects are separated from noise or losses arising from multiple splitting effects/losses and/or intrinsic receiver/line noise. Under these conditions, use of a high-quality, low-noise pre-amplifier (i.e., more than 10 dB gain, noise factor of 1 dB or thereabouts, but not more than 1.5 or 2) is likely to be very beneficial. If not, an amplifier like an LNA-200 is unlikely to be very helpful. [Note: Amplifiers with higher noise figures may be useful as distribution amplifiers for multiple splits AFTER the signal levels are brought up to usable levels.]
To use a pre-amplifier like an LNA-200 effectively, it should be connected in the coax cable line after the antenna but before any other components (e.g., before splitters used to divide the signal among multiple TV sets), so that it increases the signal level without amplifying any noise or loss effects introduced by the installation plumbing in a user’s home. Other amplifiers, most often characterized as distribution amplifiers rather than pre-amplifiers, typically have much higher noise figures – anywhere from 4 to 15 dB – and may be useful downstream further downstream in a home wiring network. In such locations, they can maintain signal strength after being multiply split, but these amplifiers are not useful in bringing up signal levels from the intrinsic noise floor because they introduce additional noise which is amplified and drives down the intrinsic signal quality. A good measure of overall signal quality is the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR), if a TV set’s menu of diagnostics provides this parameter: modern tuners must be designed (by the ATSC tuner standard to which they are bound) to lock onto digital signals when the SNR is at least 15 dB, and values less than generally result in poor/no picture and/or image tearing. Signal levels of 20 dB or so are OK, but – in the presence of atmospheric turbulence or weather – may be degraded below useful levels. In this situation, an amplifier like an LNA-200 may provide the boost needed to generate a useful, reliable TV image.
While details of the negative reviews that area associated with the LNA-200 rarely have enough detail to diagnose the reason for the failures, they give hints that many of the problem areas are likely to have arisen from the following: (1) inappropriate application, such as at the bottom of a cable-splitting chain next to a TV set, rather than at the antenna; (2) incorrect installation of the in-line-coax power supply, which can fail to provide the DC power needed if it’s installed backwards or if a signal splitter (most of which are not “DC passing” if not specifically ordered to allow power to be passed up the line for amps/rotators as the signals come down the line); (3) incorrect installation of the amplifier, by connecting the inputs from the antenna and the output to the TV to the wrong terminal which can damage equipment in the lines, including the amplifier or TV.
Reports of units being dead out of the box (DOB) have also appeared in the reviews of this equipment but it’s not clear what the frequency of this problem is. Sadly, in the case of most modern electronics, a disappointingly large fraction – 5 or 10 % is not unusual -- of newly shipped units either are DOB or are perceived so. Some of the perceptions are from users who don’t know how to set up or connect the equipment – probably the majority. The actual number of really DOB units is typically a few percent, and may reflect either poor quality control or damage in transit/handling – but the reviews which appear online don’t provide the information needed to determine what the real problem is.
In the case of the LNA-200, my guess is that most of the problems with applications lie with improper application, installation, or connection. The Winegard folks have been around for a long time and are known for their excellence in design and production of durable hardware. If you do encounter a problem, I’d recommend that you give them a call or send them an e-mail to determine the genesis of the problem – they’ll almost certainly connect you with an applications engineer who can determine whether you’ve got the right gear, installed it correctly, and are using it the way it was supposed to be operated – or whether you’ve just got a dud. They’re a good company – probably the best at what they do – and my experience has been that they stand behind their gear.
This, when paired with my RCA ANT751R Yagi, see my in depth review of this antenna, proved excellent for my area and increased my network viewing.
This amp has gone through hurricane/tropical storm rain, 100+ degrees, and freezing 22 degree days here in North Florida and still works perfectly after 3 years of continuous use along with my RCA ANT751Z antenna.
The Boost XT is exactly what I needed and worth the extra money.
Installed this antenna in the attic and am now receiving all stations, tried first from the room pointed out the window but was still pretty flaky so attic/outdoor install was necessary. Going directly to a 2-way splitter and then another splitter down the line and no issues with the signal at the TV's and no amp being used.