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Xtreme Signal HDB8X-NI 8-Bay VHF/UHF HDTV Bowtie Antenna
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- Each side can be independently aimed to pull-in broadcasts from two cities at once to maximize the number of HD channels received.
- Receives UHF digital broadcasts at 60+ miles and 25 Miles High Band VHF
- Built-in 75 ohm transformer for direct coax connection features a weather-proof enclosure for long lasting reception
- High-gain blade style elements pull in maximum signal, and hold up better in weather than traditional bow-tie elements
- Engineered for Enhanced Durability
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Xtreme Signal Over-the-Air HDTV Antennas
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- Most watched shows are on free local OTA channels.
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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"|
Have stations in multiple directions? This antenna allows for your to point each side in a different direction to ensure best reception! Engineered for Enhanced Durability!
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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!
As of this writing, Amazon is selling the Fire TV units for 84.00 bucks to prime members. Below, I have placed links for my setup. It works well and we are satisfied with it. We spent a total of 606.82 to set up two TV's with Fire - one with the DVR and two others that are just plain antenna (a total of 4 TV's). Considering our cable bill was almost 200.00 per month for roughly the same set up, this is definitely a no brainer. We may add another DVR in the future, but at 300+ bucks we can live with one. We pay 8.99 ea. for Hulu Plus and Netflix, plus 8.25 for Prime per month making our total cost per month 26.23...a far cry from 200.00. Even if we were to amortize the initial set up cost over 12 months; it would only add up to $50.56 which would still be only ¼ of what we have been paying.
With this setup, we can watch what we want to watch when we want to watch without paying for 3 gazillion channels we never use. With the TV Portal and everything else it is almost overwhelming and the possibilities are limitless.
There is a kindle ebook titled "How to Sideload Apps to Your Kindle Fire TV" (or some such) and is only .99 cents if I recall correctly.
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Disconnected the DirecTV device from the mount, unboxed this antenna, loosened wing nuts, connected existing cable, programmed three hdtv's and have enjoyed the savings.
This antenna has been in place for over 9 months and the picture is exceptional. Best $30 I have spent with no additional monthly costs.