1byone Paper Thin Digital Indoor HDTV Antenna is specially designed for receiving digital over-the-air (OTA) tv broadcasts from local television stations. It can pull in all of your local news, weather, sitcoms, kids and sports programming with NO monthly contract or bills. Just plug it in and connect to your television and let the antenna do all the work.
This isn’t just an antenna — it’s a passport to freedom. Your cable company doesn’t want you to know this, but you can still get lots of channels right over the air—and for free.
- Receives free broadcast High Definition TV signals (such as ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, and Fox). Supports 1080p HD.
- Easily hidden behind a picture, bookshelf or television.
- Fast and easy set up with 3 steps - Unwrap, Plug it in and Scan channels.
- It can be safely painted to match any home décor without worrying about reception or signal loss.
- You can put it higher on wall; lay flat on table; place it high on window (strongly recommended), and it will provide you with opportunities to watch crystal clear digital & HD shows! If you don't want to mount the antenna on the wall/window, 1byone TV antenna stand allows you to move it freely.
- Connect to 'ANT IN' on the back of any digital-ready TV.
- Place the Antenna- Hang on wall or window and find the optimal placement for the antenna.
- Scan Channels - Select 'Menu' then 'Channel Search' and you are ready to enjoy your free TV shows.
- If you use a flat HDTV, plus go through your TV manual to make sure your TV is with built-in tuner for free view.
- You should retune your Free view TVs and digital boxes from time to time to ensure you are receiving all available services. Retuning takes only a few minutes and can be done with your remote control.
- Make sure your tuner is HD tuner, otherwise you can't watch HD channels.
- The signal quality determines how many channels you can get as well as the picture quality. After you get this antenna, hook it up to your TV, and try to find the best point to place the antenna, you can get more HD channels than you thought. Buyer Guarantee: We stand behind our antenna 100% with one year warranty.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between 25 mile range and 50 mile range?
The range refers to broadcasting towers/antenna points I believe. You can use this site, to locate the towers near you (http://www.antennapoint.com/). If they are greater then 25 miles, you may want to opt for a 50 mile.
The cable that came with the antenna is not long enough. Are there certain cables to buy to extend the length?
Any coaxial cable will extend the length but you need a coupler to connect the female to female ends.
How thick is the cable?
It is fairly thin. It is not a thick coaxial cable.
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- Impedance 75Ω
- Receiving Range FM/VHF/UHF
- Frequency Range 87.5-230MHz, 470-862MHz
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