Xtreme Signal HDB4X 4-Bay Bowtie VHF/UHF TV Antenna
|Color||Silver / black|
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- This powerful long range antenna has the ability to receive broadcasts from 50+ miles on UHF and 20+ miles on VHF
- Compact bowtie style design allows you to receive the same signals you could previously get with a 10ft antenna - Home owner association friendly
- Back reflector helps reject interference and isolate digital channels for stable reception of HD channels
- High-gain blade style elements pull in maximum signal, and hold up better in weather than traditional bowtie elements
- Backed by Xtreme Signal's 6 month limited warranty and tech support
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Xtreme Signal Over-the-Air HDTV Antennas
Get Free HD Signals with No Monthly Fee!
Xtreme Signal Antennas are some of the best antennas at an affordable price that help people enjoy free HD channels. Xtreme Signal antennas are ideal for people who want high-powered HD antennas that go the distance.
Perfect for Cord-Cutters
We knew that we needed a way to offer top-quality antennas for the best price. Cord-cutters are looking for the best value and they know that antenna TV is a good replacement for cable TV, as long as that antenna is easy to use and at least as reliable as pay TV. We knew what we had to do.
Xtreme Signal Antennas are made exclusively by Solid Signal. We listened to our customer base when they told us that they needed a top-quality product they could afford. By using the best manufacturers and dealing direct, we have created a line of antennas that offers superior value and performance.
You won’t find any line of antennas that outperforms Xtreme Signal in head-to-head comparison tests, and we’re so confident in our Xtreme Signal antennas that we back them with a 180-day limited warranty. Solidly built, Extremely high quality, that’s the mission of Xtreme Signal.
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- Most watched shows are on free local OTA channels.
- Enjoy higher quality picture and sound than cable or satellite TV can deliver.
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|Beam Width:||60 degrees||60 degrees||60 degrees in two directions, or combine for up to 180 degrees||60 degrees|
|Includes:||Antenna and Mounting Hardware (Mast Not Included)||Antenna and Mounting Hardware (Mast Not Included)||Antenna and Mounting Hardware (Mast Not Included)||Antenna and Mounting Hardware (Mast Not Included)|
|Estimated Mileage:||UHF/VHF up to 70+ miles||UHF at 70+ miles, VHF at up to 100 miles||UHF at 70+ miles, VHF-High at 25 miles||UHF at 50+ miles, VHF-High at 25 miles|
|Advantage:||Extra Long Range||Largest Antenna Made - Traditional Yagi Design||Allows you to point each side in a different direction, great for picking up signals from two markets||Easy installation, not overly large, HOA friendly|
|Signals Received:||UHF & VHF-High||UHF, VHF-Low, VHF-High, FM||UHF & VHF-High||UHF & VHF-High|
|Dimensions:||W=20" x L=87.5" x H=20.5"||110" Wide X 150" Long||W=47" x L=3.5" x H=32"||W=20" x L=3.5" x H=32"|
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The small antenna that packs a big punch - The HDB4X is your key to unlocking dozens of channels from the local networks in stunning HD quality, with no monthly fees. low profile antenna that pulls digital broadcast at 50+ miles away. Great for neighborhoods that prohibit large outdoor antennas.
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I happen to live where OTA content is abundant because of neighboring cities. My goal was to be able to capture channels running at various wattages from about 60 miles away. I also have local channels in the opposite direction about 25 miles away. Those are obtainable with run of the mill paper thin antennas, yet could not possibly reach the 60 mile destination. I had previously tried a highly priced and widely advertised 70 mile bay-type mounted on a 5 ft conduit pole for elevation. While it did a marvelous job at receiving stations omnidirectionally within a 50 mile radius, it just didn't have the power to hone in on my goal, even with a Wingard preamp. I was skeptical to begin with anyway. However, because I purchased that antenna locally, I knew I could return it if necessary.
I returned it and opted for the tried and true yagi style knowing that I could get the long distance channels. However, I also figured that, without a rotor, my locals could be lost in the fray as typical yagis have difficulty with back reception. I reviewed the various brands out there and figured this one was worth the purchase.
The construction of this antenna is solid. The elements were simple to unfold and snapped in place as expected. All other connections were seamless as well. The directions could use some typographical revisions, however, the pictures made up for that as a reference point throughout the process. Up on the conduit with a 50ft RG 6 new run of cable and a lot of finger crossing along the way.
This antenna achieved my goal of 60 miles without hesitation. It is also able to bring in my locals from the opposite direction with surprising clarity. This added plus means I don't need a rotor or separate short range antenna. It has held up very well so far, including a couple of severe thunderstorms and heavy wind. I believe this will be durable throughout seasons and last for a long time.
Taking into consideration its current price point, durable construction, and solid features, this antenna should be on your radar. There are plenty of manufacturers, designs, and advertising claims out there. After sifting through all the information, I decided to give this one a go and am very pleased with the decision!
I know that antennas are finicky, and here are some things I have noticed over the years:
DO NOT believe for one minute the age old advice of "put the antenna as high as possible". This advice is simply not true in all cases. Sure, if for some reason you have absolutely straight, unimpeded line of sight to the transmitting antennas this might work. However, in the real world signals bounce and deflect all over the place. Your antenna needs to be where the signals are, and the signals might not be coming to you from one definite direction. In my case, I get very poor signal strength with my antenna mounted at the top of the mast. Way up there the antenna is clear of most surrounding rooftops or obstructions, aimed precisely towards the transmitters, and about 30' above the ground. Sounds like the perfect antenna set up, but it is not. I found, through much trial and error, that I get the best signal from all stations with the antenna mounted halfway down the mast, almost level with the rooftop, with several taller buildings between my antenna and the transmitters. From a design standpoint, it "looks" like my antenna should not be able to pick up any signals, but it works better here than anywhere else.
My point is, over the air signals are anything but definite and your antenna needs to be where the best signals actually exist - and there is no formula for that. When you install your outside antenna don't just go with "get it up as high as possible and aim it here". Have a partner watch the signal strength on the tv and move the antenna around before you lock it down. Move it up, move it down, turn it to and fro - even turn it backwards! Find the location that gives you the best signal on the most channels, snug it down, and most importantly - walk away from the antenna and mast before deciding on a final location. Someone holding (touching) the antenna, cable, or mast will affect the signal. Yes, it may be time consuming and it may be difficult but it can be done and it can be done by yourself. Take the time to get your antenna to where the signals really are and you won't be disappointed down the road.
Hope this helps!
Top reviews from other countries
1. The installation guide is bad, pictures are useless, very small without details, the parts can be installed in few different positions and there is no information or good picture too see which position is the correct one.
2. The bolts are made of soft aluminum and they snap very easy, had to go down from the roof twice to replace them with real bolts.
3. The orientation system can tilt the antenna only upward or only downward - depending of the installation of the parts - not in both directions, lot of frustration to install.
4. I tightened the coax connector into the antenna and the receptacle became loose.
I have a 2nd antenna which is one of the 150mile power antennas, and it outperforms the single panel with only a 10dB distribution amplifier.
Great signals locally, but not that good for the 2nd set of signals, despite repointing it on top of a tower half-a-dozen times.
La entrega fue rápida y a un excelente precio porque la compre en promoción.
A pesar de los contratiempos su instalación es rápida y la señal en mi caso mejor que mi antena anterior.