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I live 60 miles from the nearest cell tower. This antenna did not pick up any stations. I tried attaching it to several windows. Nothing. I did buy a HotCat with an 85 mile range that worked a little better. The stations it picks up depends on the direction it is facing, and the weather.
Amazon Customer
· April 1, 2019
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You do not get internet with the HDTV antenna. You don’t need internet access if you’re only interested in local broadcast channels.
Joseph Abruzzo
· May 23, 2019
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I wouldn't think so. As long as your TV has the proper hook ups it'll work. With that said, it really all depends on the weather as to how good a reception you get and how the antenna is positioned. On a cloudy and windy day I've gotten channels from about 60-70 miles away. On a good clear day I've gotten channels from… see more I wouldn't think so. As long as your TV has the proper hook ups it'll work. With that said, it really all depends on the weather as to how good a reception you get and how the antenna is positioned. On a cloudy and windy day I've gotten channels from about 60-70 miles away. On a good clear day I've gotten channels from 130 + miles away. see less I wouldn't think so. As long as your TV has the proper hook ups it'll work. With that said, it really all depends on the weather as to how good a reception you get and how the antenna is positioned. On a cloudy and windy day I've gotten channels from about 60-70 miles away. On a good clear day I've gotten channels from 130 + miles away.
George W. Matthews
· May 14, 2019
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weather will have an effect on your reception.
Toby Drosman
· May 14, 2019
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You can contact them by Email: xftree126 @ .com
Bush
· April 1, 2019
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You can contact them at these following ways:xftree@126.com
Tiffany H.
· April 29, 2019
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You can contact them at these following ways:1.Aft-Slae Email:hotcat123@aliyun.com please cotact us at this email if there any issue about your tv antenna.2.Click Brand Name of HotCat, and get into storefront ,click "Ask Question"to get support form Seller.3.Login your amazon account> choose "Your orders"> find the ord… see more You can contact them at these following ways:1.Aft-Slae Email:hotcat123@aliyun.com please cotact us at this email if there any issue about your tv antenna.2.Click Brand Name of HotCat, and get into storefront ,click "Ask Question"to get support form Seller.3.Login your amazon account> choose "Your orders"> find the order ID > click "Contact seller see less You can contact them at these following ways:1.Aft-Slae Email:hotcat123@aliyun.com please cotact us at this email if there any issue about your tv antenna.2.Click Brand Name of HotCat, and get into storefront ,click "Ask Question"to get support form Seller.3.Login your amazon account> choose "Your orders"> find the order ID > click "Contact seller
Jonathan M.
· February 26, 2019
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Go to the menu option on your TV and select auto scan. After your TV has scanned for available channels in your area you will be able to view them.
Crystal Motley
· September 7, 2019
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How can we help? You just need to plug in the power cable, plug in the coax to the TV, go to the TV settings and do a channel search. Either long or short range should pickup the channels.
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Paul L.
· November 29, 2019
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It is an antenna, so no. The digital signal of each channel does however provide current program description and the next show coming up.
Bobebabcock
· October 19, 2019