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TV Antenna - RCA Outdoor Yagi Satellite HD Antenna with Over 70 Mile Range - Attic or Roof Mount TV Antenna, Long Range Digital OTA Antenna for Clear Reception, 4K 1080P
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- Enjoy top-rated HDTV network programming on channels like CBS, NBC, FOX, ABC and more; Your favorite shows for free (no more cable bills) with no monthly fee or subscription; Great complement to streaming players and dependable backup source when storms knock out cable or satellite
- Receives TV broadcasts including 4K, 8K and 1080 HDTV for highest-quality picture and sound - both UHF and VHF stations – with up to 70+ mile range from the broadcast towers
- Withstands tough outdoor conditions with durable construction and materials; Superior reception outdoors or even when mounted in the attic
- Easy installation with pre-assembled design, easy-lock fold-out UHF reflector and snap-lock elements; Includes mast, locking mast clamp, mounting hardware and 75-ohm matching transformer (coax cable sold separately)
- The free RCA Signal Finder app is your digital compass that guides you to the most high definition channels and aligns your antenna perfectly
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- Get superior reception without the whole neighborhood noticing!
- This compact, yagi-style outdoor/attic antenna is designed to maximize signal reception and integrate seamlessly into any home environment.
- You can receive local high-definition television, both VHF and UHF signals and enjoy your favorite shows for free – no monthly fees, no subscription and no contracts.
- You are able to get more free channels than ever before, including channels that cable and satellite do not carry.
- Use this antenna along with your favorite streaming devices – there’s no better time to cut the cord!
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Receives TV Broadcasts Including 4K, 8K and 1080 HDTV
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Get superior reception without the whole neighborhood noticing. This compact outdoor antenna is designed to maximize signal reception and integrate seamlessly into any home environment, indoors or out. Receive all available local HD digital broadcasts channels for free, including digital formats via UHF and VHF frequencies.
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I decided to cut the cord from Cox Communications earlier this year. My initial plan was to use Winegard Flatwave Antenna 50+ miles, it was poor in the first story, and only acceptable in the second story. When I first received this RCA Yagi Antenna, I tested it by connecting it to my family room TV in the first floor, and without aiming it anywhere, I was able to pick up 130+ channels! Works better than an active flat antenna already!
As previously mentioned, I installed this in my attic, running a 100 ft RG-6 coax to my distribution box, where it splits into 4 outlets. I checked the signal strength on my Samsung TV and showed full strength on all channels.No additional boosters needed, completely passive! It survived the 110+ degree F weather we just had this summer season, and there was no signal drop during the winter rain/wind.
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I’ve spent the last 10 years trying to find a good OTA antenna. For 2 years we lived in an apartment next to a busy road. I tried 2 different set top antennas with digital amplifiers during those 2 years. No luck with a good signal. One of them even cut out every time a car drove by the apartment.
For the last 8 years in our current house, I’ve tried a set top antenna in a vaulted living room. It has rabbit ears, a digital amplifier, and an fine tune adjustment knob. The antenna works okay on specific channels when the fine tune adjustment knob is perfect, but it never provisdes a 100% signal. Lower channels need the adjustment knob different than the higher channels. The signal always cut in and out, especially during a show we’d be watching.
During the World Series, I got fed up with the signal cutting in and out. I researched antennas for quite a while before pulling the trigger on this RCA Yagi antenna.
The antenna shipped in its own box (no amazon box). There was zero padding inside the box, but didn’t really need to be. The antenna is built rugged. Preparation was simple. Rotate all of the pieces outwards until they click. The anenna did have some type of oil on it for shipping, but wiped off easily. The transformer leads attached fine, and the included mounting hardware and mast were robust.
I ended up installing the antenna on a plant shelf in our bedroom where it would be out of sight when guests come over. I aimed it towards the mountainside where all the broadcast towers are (I’m about 25 miles away). The bedroom is next to the Living Room and on the same wall that the tv is on. I ran the coax cable (not included) down the wall into the crawl space, and then back through the floor behind the entertainment center. I hooked the coax up to the tv, and ran the auto channel scan. It found 54 digital channels. I don’t recall how many I had before. NBC, ABC, CBS, and FOX are the ones we primarily watch.
I was amazed at the outcome. 100% signal on almost every single channel (tv has a signal meter). The only channels below 100% were the high (30-1 through 51-1) channels, that I don’t watch anyways. Mind you, I was NOT using an amplifier with this antenna.
Since the installation, the channels we’ve watched have been 100% signal 100% of the time we’ve been watching. I’m disappointed that I didn’t buy this antenna sooner.
FYI The antenna does not come with a coax cable. I was fine with this, most cables included with antennas are horrible quality. I purchased a high quality Made in USA coax cable. Also, he antenna was coated in some kind of oil. A quick wipe cleaned it off.
For anyone wanting to cut the cord, this antenna is the answer. Don’t waste time on less expensive antennas.
Tried a few antennas before settling on the RCA.
Background: 40+ years Broadcast Engineer. Radio, TV, Ham, Radar.
Havana FL Terrain: Hilly in a slight valley and trees surrounding the property.
Cut the cord a few years ago with DirecTV.
Prices constantly rising every month. You know, nickle and dime stuff until the bill was close to $100.00.
Bye, Bye satellite.
I then went exclusively with Amazon Prime, been an Amazon customer some 15 years now, also went with Netflix.
These 2 gave me the best bang for my buck. Movies and TV shows streamed via my DSL and my DVD collection helped.
Recently I decided to try a converter box on my TV, it's an oldie but goodie HD 1080i DLP. ( I keep stuff forever).
I purchased a View-TV AT-163 ATSC box with a 50 mile antenna, well so they say.
You know the antenna I'm talking about, the one that looks like a mouse pad.
I used my old satellite RG6 cable and hooked the antenna to it and laid it on the patio rail. Sort of aimed it to see what I'd get. 7 channels - not bad for where I am. 30+ miles from the antennas in a valley with trees all around and yes the signal was breaking up - I expected that.
Decided to see if I could do better so......
Antenna number 1 was a Winegard Omni-directional 40 mile MS 2002 and a Winegard DS3000 J-Pole mount for side of the house. This antenna was 30' AGL. Reception was terrible and this antenna was supposed to be amplified also. The same 7 channels with break up. Back it went.
Antenna number 2 was a 1byOne 60 mile Amplified Omni-directional. Up the pole it went - 30' AGL. 8 channels some usable the others constantly breaking up. Back it went.
Antenna number 3 was the RCA Yagi Directional ANT751R antenna UHF/VHF. It boasts about a 40 mile range.
I also decided to pick up a Windgard XT LNA-200 Boost preamp since this antenna is not amplified at all.
The RCA comes with everything you need for mounting on the side of the house. (now I have an extra pole, thanks RCA, love ya's)
Up the pole it went. 30' AGL. I placed the LNA on the pole right under the antenna, hooked everything up and aimed the Yagi to 94 degrees magnetic. Had the converter box re-scan for channels and got 12 channels with almost constant signal strengths of 57 to 75%.
Terrific. I now have view-able television.
This RCA ANT751R is a keeper.
Construction is of high quality aluminum, stainless, and plastic/nylon parts and I have no doubt it will last for years to come.
Networks received - ABC CBS NBC FOX and a few piggyback stations that transmit from the networks including a channel that plays old B&W movies, love 'em, and a local weather channel so I can tune into MY area for up to date weather feeds.
All of these networks are approximately 27 to 30 miles from me as the crow flies as calculated by TVFOOL.com.
All the other antennas I tried only got signal strengths fluctuating of around 49 - 55% amplified - that was unacceptable to this engineer.
The RCA ANT751R and the Wingard LNA Preamp are a perfect combo if you live in an area like mine.
There are other stations to the South of me as well and I see another RCA Yagi in my future.
It has proven itself completely reliable - Oh! By the way, I put this antenna up under very cloudy skies with intermittent rain.
Signals should increase slightly when the weather clears.
Update on OTA TV Box, 02-10-2016:
Was using a View-TV AT-163 ATSC box.
Box has since failed and I went to a Mediasonic HW-150PVR HomeWorx ATSC Digital TV Converter Box.
I've reviewed this box and find it to be superior to the View-TV and iView boxes that I've tried.
The antenna reviewed above with it's Wineguard Preamp are still functioning perfectly.
Absolutely no adjustments have been needed as of this date.
Very happy with this combination and recommend both.
Tweaked the antenna a bit and signal strength is 75 to 95%
Still standing even after Hurricane Michael came through.
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J' étais sceptique quand à la réception de cette antenne. Je me devais d'essayer. J'habite au nord de Saint-Jérôme. Très agréablement surpris de la quantitée et surtout la qualité des "postes" captés. Je recommande fortement cette petite antenne. Si plus de 30 pieds entre antenne et téléviseur, vous devrez acheter l'amplificateur RCA. Et dites bye bye aux factures télédiffuseurs. ...
Go for it.
23/2/2016 : Still working great through an Ottawa winter. Get it as high as possible on the roof. And play with the direction un til you optimize the signal to get the most channels.
Fingers crossed, and hoping for the best scanned for channels and to my surprise, got almost 30 channels immediately from town versus the 13 channels from the VHF antenna. I thought it would be more finicky to aim since it is a directional antenna, but it was easy. I recommend this for anyone who has obstructions, and/or distance between them and their broadcast towers.
I got it for its comparative compact size and if I wanted to I could add one more pointing in a different direction.
It's doing fine and receives in all kinds of weather, from hot sunny days to ice storms and blizzards.
I think I get about 34 chances In the South Mississauga area (Ontario) and 1 classical music channel, which doesn't have very good music selection. I never listened again after the first few times.
The selection to choose from is not very exciting, it's just to stay up in local news and such.
Picture quality is absolutely crystal clear with vibrant colour fidelity.
There are drop outs constantly and picture pixelation occurs just as often.
Television broadcasters are mandated to make these channels accessible over the air.
They're not too crazy about it.
But hey I can watch, if I want to, original Johnny Carson shows again on channel 2 from Buffalo, except this time it's crystal clear like never before.
Now I'm sure other antennas do as well, who knows? Only trying different ones yourself, but who's gonna go climbing their roof all the time.
Made a bow-tie ant, with good weather got a few US stations.
Put it in the attic got a few more.
Put the ANT751 in the attic (PITA) ..with 2 amplifiers.. as I'm splitting to 2 TVs.
Wet cedar roof, in the attic, get 20 chans! :-)
TERK antenna pointing app works well for pointing to the Orcas Island TV repeaters (the advertised RCA app wouldn't install on my new phone, nor would a few other America-centric apps.)
Next, going to combine yet another antenna to get more stations! ;-)
I live in a very small town, half an hour away from a small city. There is a broadcast tower about six miles from my house, but that only broadcasts 3 stations, another 14 miles away with one channel, the other broadcast towers are all 40 or 60 miles away. Initially I received 7 channels which I was pleased with, but two of them were choppy and sometimes pixelated; after dark they cut out completely. It was quite windy last night so this morning I ran another scan. I was delighted to pick up 17 channels, all of them with crisp sharp pictures --ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX and PBS all of those and more!. Granted, the conditions were perfect this morning, but some of the channels I was getting are broadcast sixty miles away! If I lived in a larger city or in the suburbs of a good-sized city I expect the results would be amazing.
If you have had a dish before this antenna mounts onto the existing bracket, point the antenna in the direction of the towers, plug in the existing coaxial cable, run a scan on the tv and presto, free television. The antenna is small enough to not be obstrusive, and really easy to install - I am not at all tech-savvy. The only problem was that the U-Bolt was missing from the package and I had to purchase a replacement.
I've just ordered the RCA pre-amp and hope that helps pick up some of those channels I couldn't get last night, but could this morning. With what I can now pick up FTA and what's available on Netflix I think we'll have plenty of tv entertainment for a tiny fraction of what I was paying before.
Overall I am very pleased with this little antenna, it does what it's supposed to (and more) for less than the price of a month of cable! I'll save over $1200 a year. My only regret is that I didn't ditch the cable sooner.
En 30 minutes la nouvelle antenne était installée et je captais 28 postes.
Certains en 1080i, d'autre en 720p.
L'installation a été effectuée il y a plus d'un an et les résultats sont les mêmes, indépendamment de la température. Pour les postes de TV les plus faibles, des perturbations peuvent survenir durant les orages, sinon tout va bien.
Great for people who want the basic channels
ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, and many Canadian channels too.
**Needs to be installed at the peak of a building or tower to get optimal signal reception.**