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Every antennas are compatible with the ATSC 3.0 signals. However, a tuner box capable of receiving ATSC 3.0 signals is required, assuming you don't have those very expensive new 4K/8K TV made this mid-year or later, which has a ATSC 3.0 tuner built in.
MRSHL T.
· July 1, 2020
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For me, I got 121 channels total
havu
· December 21, 2019
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only local channels in your area
Abask Tech
Seller · November 30, 2019
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No it doesn’t light up. It is just a teal border
Allison H
· February 2, 2020
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Full Diameter of the Antenna is 11 3/8 " with out bottom part of connector !
C.V.NGUYEN
· January 27, 2020
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Comes with coaxial wire
Jodicia
· February 8, 2020
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Yes I do not have mine on a window.
Laurie Bacon
· January 28, 2020
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We had to manually select to search for “digital and analog” channels under Live TV settings. Before I figured that out I only got 4 channels. Hope this helps.
Tbreview
· March 8, 2020
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I actually have mine face-down on a small sized box in a closet with the coaxial cable running upwards through the window curtain frame, getting pretty good signal and only missing 5 channel stations out of the 24 total channel stations in my area. It can basically be placed anywhere, as windows wasn't working well for me.
MRSHL T.
· July 1, 2020
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It’s a receiver for over the air dígito al TV signals. Your TV will work. Roku, as I understand needs internet access to work on a network (wired/wireless). I switch input on the TV to watch over the air or to my wireless network to watch internet TV. The over the air signal is free just like in olden days.
Robert
· August 18, 2020