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The coax cable is not included with this product and would need to be purchased separately.
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Manufacturer · August 25, 2017
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Hi have about 100 feet cable run from the antenna in my attic above the second floor down to HD Homerun wireless tuner in a first floor closet. I added a Wineguard LNA-200 powered signal booster in the cable run near (about 5 feet from) the antenna. Signal is crystal clear.
Tarheel 57
· May 21, 2018
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Yes, as would any antenna. Per the product description on Amazon -- Note: Antenna reception range is based on a line of sight signal path from the TV broadcast towers to your home. Several factors can limit reception range at your location. Some of these are mountainous and hilly terrain, obstructions in the signal pa… see more Yes, as would any antenna. Per the product description on Amazon -- Note: Antenna reception range is based on a line of sight signal path from the TV broadcast towers to your home. Several factors can limit reception range at your location. Some of these are mountainous and hilly terrain, obstructions in the signal path and metal construction materials. Position your antenna towards the broadcast towers for best performance. see less Yes, as would any antenna. Per the product description on Amazon -- Note: Antenna reception range is based on a line of sight signal path from the TV broadcast towers to your home. Several factors can limit reception range at your location. Some of these are mountainous and hilly terrain, obstructions in the signal path and metal construction materials. Position your antenna towards the broadcast towers for best performance.
tpbtx54
· August 14, 2018
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20hx19wx16d rough measurements
Kelly Merly
· April 18, 2017
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Hi GGH, thank you for your question. This antenna is designed to pick up both UHF and VHF channels. The number of channels you receive will depend on the signals provided by your local stations in your area. Several factors can limit reception range and performance at your location. Some of these are mountainous and hi… see more Hi GGH, thank you for your question. This antenna is designed to pick up both UHF and VHF channels. The number of channels you receive will depend on the signals provided by your local stations in your area. Several factors can limit reception range and performance at your location. Some of these are mountainous and hilly terrain, obstructions in the signal path and metal construction materials. We recommend position or mount the antenna as high as possible facing the broadcast towers. You can use www.antennaweb.org to look for the DTV reception maps to determine the available stations and location of the broadcast towers in your area. Make sure to scan your TV for channels again. If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to respond or give us a call between the hours of 7:00 AM – 8:00 PM Central Standard Time, Monday thru Friday at 1-800-654-8483. Thank you. see less Hi GGH, thank you for your question. This antenna is designed to pick up both UHF and VHF channels. The number of channels you receive will depend on the signals provided by your local stations in your area. Several factors can limit reception range and performance at your location. Some of these are mountainous and hilly terrain, obstructions in the signal path and metal construction materials. We recommend position or mount the antenna as high as possible facing the broadcast towers. You can use www.antennaweb.org to look for the DTV reception maps to determine the available stations and location of the broadcast towers in your area. Make sure to scan your TV for channels again. If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to respond or give us a call between the hours of 7:00 AM – 8:00 PM Central Standard Time, Monday thru Friday at 1-800-654-8483. Thank you.
Jasco Products Tech Support (M…
Manufacturer · February 18, 2019
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I live in a large metropolitan area with multiple TV broadcast antennas within 40 miles. I get strong VHF (channels 2-13 and UHF (channels 14-83) using this tv without amplification. Many channels are available in these ranges. VHS is video home system is a standard for recording on tape.
Joe Y.
· December 12, 2018
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You may need to check your television settings and run a new channel scan. If this does not solve your issue, for further assistance please contact our Technical Support Team by calling 1.800.654.8483 option 1.
Jasco Products
Manufacturer · July 15, 2018
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Hello,
It has a 25 mile range and Yes, it features full 1080 HD.

Buyer's Point
Seller · February 16, 2016
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Of it is not 4m ready why does the title say 4k?
Sulaiman The WordSmith
· July 25, 2020
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It should pick all DTV channels on your area.
Many local network affiliates also broadcast secondary channels 11.2 or 8.3. Check for broadcast channel maps online for your area. That will show which direction to aim your antenna. Mine works great.

Tod C. Bisch
· November 23, 2019