Digital TV Antenna,50 Mile Range HDTV Antennas for Digital TV Indoor with Detachable Amplifier Signal Booster,USB Power Supply Local Channel Antenna with 10FT coax cable
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FREE HD CHANNELS-Cut the cable and Ahere TV Antenna can help get access to free HD channels including ABC,CBS,NBC,PBS,Fox,Univision and more
50 MILE RRANGE HDTV ANTENNA-Receive free digital broadcast High Definition TV signals,720p,1080i,1080p | ATSC available
ULTRA SLIM&DETACHABLE AMPLIFIER-Ultra thin design makes it possible for you to put the digital antenna at anywhere in your house( Table,Window,Wall),it also comes with a detachable amplifier to help boost the signal if you live far away from broadcast
LONG COAXIAL CABLE&USB PORT- 10ft Long cable makes it easy to place the digital TV antenna in the best reception spot in your house,It can be powered either by an outlet or TV's USB port.
WHAT YOU GET-HD TV Antenna with 10ft coaxial cable,detachable amplifier,3pcs separate stickers,user manual,90 days full refund,12 months warranty with on time after sales service
Editorial ReviewAhere Indoor HDTV Antenna 50 Mile Range
Maximum receiving range: 50 mile
Support format: 720p, 1080i, 1080p
Frequency range: VHF 47-230MHz, UHF 470-862MHz
Cable length: 10ft
Main item size: 13.5 × 13.1 × 1 inches
Main item weight: 11.2 ounces
Power Supply: Via USB Power Adapter(5V/100mA)
1. Analog TV needs a digital converter box first(please search "digital converter box for analog tv" if need be). For flatscreen HDTV, please go through your TV manual to make sure your TV comes with built-in tuner for receiving OTA(over-the-air) broadcast and HD signals or else it will not be able to receive and watch HD channels.
2. Antenna reception capacity depends on various conditions(the distance from your home to transmitting towers, your surroundings and so on). If you can not get enough channels or clear picture, we recommend trying the followings:
1) Please make sure the antenna is correctly connected to your television or 3rd part HD receiver, and having set the tuner mode to "Antenna" or "Air" in the TV's setup menu.
2) Placing the antenna higher or close to/in a window may result in better reception, always re-scan for channels afterwards.
3) Test with and without the amplifier and re-scan afterwards.