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Yes, we have ours connected with the same cable that was our satellite and our cable tv cable...satellite first. Works like a charm.
Annette S
· September 9, 2019
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Mine is only 20 feet off the ground and I get all the local stations I'm suppose to be receiving.
Fester
· August 24, 2019
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My antenna is on a 30' tower, I always use a grounding block. The surge protector not always used, but could protect your amplifier.
Tom Hartman
· August 12, 2019
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Rescan your channels again. If that does not work. Slightly turn your antenna
Carl F. Ennis
· August 26, 2019
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Only if there is a broadcast tower within 100 miles.
Keith Boyd
· June 15, 2020
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18" high within a 36" diameter
Perry N. Moore
· August 26, 2019
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They come with one tiny section of pole. I found some aluminum 3/4" pipe and put mine up and10` and it works SOOO nicely! Throw away that cheap Chinese cable. Go get a 50` piece of RCA 75 ohm for 15 bucks to replace it. You`ll be so glad you did. That coax that comes with it is total garbage.
J. R. M.
· August 19, 2019
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It has Disney jr, Nick jr, pbs kids, etc. However, you need a satellite or cable login for most of them.
Molly S.
· July 19, 2017
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Yes. A micro USB cable is included with the unit. The small end will plug into the back of the Roku, and the other end into the power adapter.
Tom G.
· September 23, 2017
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No this antenna only hooks to the coax cable in the back of the television and you have to do a scan on your Remote to find all of the broadcast channels which is usually about 40 or 50 channels
Gilbert jr
· December 23, 2019