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.
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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.
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My old antenna used to work fairly well with an amplifier but is down from 40 channels to 19 and unreliable reception. The HD769P is laying on my bed and getting excellent reception on 44 channels. The stations range from 12 miles to 35 miles away in a range of 50 degrees of separation (direction). VHF and UHF are both strong even with a rainstorm outside. The weakness for this model is the coax connection cartridge that has to be assembled to the antenna. I plan on reinforcing the connection with cable ties in case the cable pulls on it as reported by others. The cartridge is apparently the 300ohm to 75ohm transformer. Instructions are rather confusing but I've done another antenna before. The elements are folded and just need to be unfolded. They are very sharp so be careful and don't force them too much. Be gentle and smart about it. From initial test it seems pretty strong even without a preamp or amp and indoors. If you are reading reviews at Amazon be aware that the reviews are mixed models. Amazon should separate the different model but they don't. When reading reviews look at the model being reviewed. It's a pain to have to sort through each one and the cumulative data is not valid. When rain stops I will install it on my outdoor mast and remark if there is a change.
The antenna came in good shape but one of the nuts on the U bolt was missing. Luckily, it was lying in the box. The first thing that I would check prior to assembly is the coax cartridge. It is separate from the antenna and comes in its own box. Make sure that the housing is not cracked and that the 4 forks that connect it to the antenna elements are not damaged or missing because the antenna is useless if this part is damaged and it is not easy to get. It would be easier just to exchange the antenna and that is MUCH easier to do while the antenna is still folded up and refolding the elements after extending them is not easy to do. Assembling the antenna is not difficult but you do need to be careful extending the elements, especially the small UHF ones in the front of the antenna. They are sharp on their edges and can cut you if you are not careful moving them. Also make sure that the active elements are making contact with the connection wire that runs down both sides of the boom because if they don't touch it, they don't work.
The only issue I see with this antenna is the attachment of the coax cartridge. I really don't know why they needed to make it a two piece unit but they did and you need to be careful assembling it. If you look at it, you will see that it has two pairs of forks attached to a PC board. These forks connect to the two pairs of signal wires that connect to the antennas active elements, the UHF elements in the front of the antenna and the VHF in the rear. If these forks do not make contact with both pairs of these wires, then the antenna will not work properly or possibly not at all. The directions say that the direction of the cartridge is not important since both pairs of wires extend to both sides of the upper cartridge but I found that how you install it is. Make sure that the two pairs of wires in the cartridge are straight and parallel with each other. I found that putting the coax connector side in on a 45 degree angle with the wide pair of forks toward the back of the antenna easier. Make sure that the cartridge locks are properly seated and then tilt the cartridge down toward the front of the antenna until the front cartridge locks engage. You should feel some resistance as the forks seat on the signal wires. and you are done with assembly. You will notice that this cartridge assembly is not bullet proof and I suggest that during hookup, I would secure the coax to the mast prior to connect it to the antenna to prevent an accidental coax pull ripping the cartridge apart and possibly damaging it which would render the antenna useless.
I was impressed with the improvement of signal strength with this antenna. I went from about 45 channels to 60 with every channel I tested coming in strong and clear, including CBS. Keep in mind that this type of antenna is highly directional and needs to be properly aimed at the stations you intend to receive signals from. If the stations you want to receive are in multiple directions from your home then this might not be the best choice of antenna for you. This antenna is also not amplified so if you have a long coax run between the antenna and the TV or distribution splitter, you might want to add a good pre-amp as close to the antenna as possible. Mine is about 5 feet away from the antenna but remember, the amp does not pull in more signals, it will only increase the strength of the signals the antenna has already picked up which is sometimes needed with long coax runs or multiple splitters in the line which all cause some signal loss.
After exchanging emails with one of the station engineers, he recommended I try this antenna. It came the next evening and I put it in the attic aimed at Boston. I now receive more stations than I ever got but it does not pick up GBH on VHF-5. Odds are that I'm too far for a VHF-low signal to reach me. But I do get ZGBH's standard definition channel on 2.3.
The Rhode Island stations that I was receiving are still there but since this is a directional antenna, they are a bit weaker but I'm well satisfied and would recommend it.
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Unfortunately, despite its directional nature and claims of excellent VHF performance, I cannot tune Global. I’m not even that far from the tower.
Disappointed. May replace it with something smaller.