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The local channels have all gone to digital, and if you have a digital tv, this antenna picks up the local stations. It will NOT convert an older tv (analog) to a digital. You still need a digital converter for that.
By Susan on November 14, 2013
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You an wire a large attic antenna to multiple TV's but, this small antenna would be difficult to wire to multiple televisions. With how inexpensive it is, I'd just buy one for each tv. BUT just buy one first and make sure that this antenna actually works in your area. Topography, weather, distance to the antennas, e… see more You an wire a large attic antenna to multiple TV's but, this small antenna would be difficult to wire to multiple televisions. With how inexpensive it is, I'd just buy one for each tv. BUT just buy one first and make sure that this antenna actually works in your area. Topography, weather, distance to the antennas, etc. all have an impact on which kind of antenna is best for your TV. see less
By BoulevardEstate on August 18, 2013
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Yes, the cable is permanently attached to the unit and extends approximately
4' to the TV antenna connection. The TV connector is also attached to the cable.

By C. Thew on June 19, 2013
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Did you make sure to change your input settings to TV? Then you need to go to your menu on your TV and run a channel scan to see if you are receiving any broadcast signals.
By Karbo on May 31, 2013
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They are longer than they look. Each one is a good 3-4ft long when fully open. And even with them fully opened I still can't pick up more than 4 channels. The cable connecting it to the TV is only 4-5ft long itself, so I'm pretty limited as to where I put it. But the channels I do get come in crystal clear in high defi… see more They are longer than they look. Each one is a good 3-4ft long when fully open. And even with them fully opened I still can't pick up more than 4 channels. The cable connecting it to the TV is only 4-5ft long itself, so I'm pretty limited as to where I put it. But the channels I do get come in crystal clear in high definition. I get FOX and the CW and two local stations. see less
By Nicholas on March 30, 2015
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If you need an outdoor antenna I don`t think an indoor antenna will be strong enough. I had a flat thing too and the rca one is so much better as far as the picture goes but picking up channels it isn`t so good. I wish you luck.
By cb1224 on June 24, 2014
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I found this site: voxrightnow.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/11178/~/choosing-the-right-rca-indoor-antenna - it has this antenna listed (ANT111) as CEA certified.
By Vivian Rose on February 10, 2014
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A great question, unfortunately the answer has to be "Maybe...". There are a lot of fancy technical factors that influence what you can receive and the quality level of the signal. 75 miles is a long way for VHF/UHF signals but the proper antenna at a good height may work. The good news is there's a great resource o… see more A great question, unfortunately the answer has to be "Maybe...". There are a lot of fancy technical factors that influence what you can receive and the quality level of the signal. 75 miles is a long way for VHF/UHF signals but the proper antenna at a good height may work. The good news is there's a great resource on the internet at http://antennaweb.org The site will help you determine what type of antenna you need in your specific area. Regarding this particular little antenna, my educated guess (I'm an engineer) is that it may pull in some of the distant stations if they are strong enough, and if you can get the antenna as high in the house as possible. These little antennas can actually be placed in an attic and a cable fed to lower level TVs, if you're willing to go through all that. Bottom line (finally...): The thing is so cheap you can try it and return it if it doesn't do the job. Hope this helps you out. see less
By Mr. Wizard on November 23, 2013
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Hi, check the other responses, not sure myself, but someone said you can buy or order a cable extension.
By Michael P. Wilder on October 9, 2014
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I noticed it said that in the description but I haven't tried it for that purpose. It's the basic technology of a car antennae so I don't see why it wouldn't work like that as long as u remember it has a coaxial connection only.
By Ed P on June 30, 2013