We have tried many of the flat antennas that you stick on or near a window and this beats all of them. So nice we can just place it on a flat service where it stands without looking weird like the big flat antennas. All our channels have come in so well.
Is an indoor antenna you will be fine. Just attach the antenna close to a window.
You will need a digital tuner to convert digital signals to your television if it does not have a built in digital tuner (such as ROKU tv's) or other smart type televisions. One of many examples is Zinwell ZAT-970A Digital to Analog TV Converter Box (for Antenna Use) . I have purchased several of these when digital signals replaced the old analogue television broadcast signals. Even though we stream television, we never had cable. I was allowed all of the antennae combinations I wanted, as long as it wasn't on the roof! With a converter box, this antennae is very good. It is without question the best indoor antennae that I have purchased. It replaced a very good winegard antennae that I moved to the roku TV in the living room. This antennae is also much better than the 4 other flat antennae's that I have owned as well. In my area, all of the broadcast signals come from South of the city and I live north of the city. The distance from the signal is probably 40 miles, but the long range option on this antennae works extremely well. I get all of the local broadcasts and I haven't even seen weather disruptions that used to be chronic with every rainy day. I am using a Zinwell converter box which bought back in 2011!
This indoor TV antenna pulls the local and public channels from the air to broadcast. So, there is no need for WiFi and Internet connection. You need to access your digital TV settings and to select "antenna" followed by selecting "Air" options in order to access the channels in your area.
Should ... although not sure how you'll close interior door with the cord that it's connected to!! Good luck
I do not know that answer. Mine is indoors and working great
No sure since I don't live near Bloomington. However I do live 35 miles from Wilmington, NC and I can pick up 13 stations, all local major networks, ie ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, 4 Public Television stations and 5 other stations like CW, GRIT BOUNCE, EXCAPE, THISTV. When using my Amazon Basic indoor antenna I can pick up 16 stations, all of the above plus another location channel, METV and a local Sports Channel. Bottom line is yes I can pick up various TV stations with these indoor antenna's. My preference of antenna is the Amazon Basic Indoor Antena ($16), MOHU (30 mile antenna about %$30) and then the Vansky Indoor antenna ($24).
Yes, it's an indoor antenna. It comes with double faced adhesive tape (Sure Grip) and is supposedly removable. I mounted it on a window but when I tried to change the location the tape remained stuck to the window and was difficult to remove and I ended up throwing away the tape. The good news: the TV reception of the local stations is great, better than the reception from DirecTV.
Let me start by saying that you can get an app on your phone or look up the information on a website as to where you should place an antenna to get the best reception. That being said I've used this antenna in multiple locations I currently use one attached to a deck on the back of my house about 10 ft in the air in a suburb of St Louis Missouri the reception is very good most of the time in my area also I have used this antenna indoors in a room surrounded by walls and placed behind a couch just for convenience sake because it was too difficult to place outside. In the case of the indoor application the reception was not as good but it was good enough. Let me say that when it comes to these types of antennas higher and with a clear view of the surrounding area and sky with no obstructions of course is the best application.
Very easy to put up. I used push pins below and just under the top of the ring so it rests on them. Wall is bumpy, so no sticking works for too long. More channels and much clearer picture. Replaces flat inside antenna I got a couple of years ago for 11.00.…
If its the one that you can attach to the wall, I don't see why not. Use one of the non stick wall holders, it all depends on where you get the better reception. The one I got is for indoor and outdoor. Hope this helps.
I can't say, but this unit is a fantastic outdoor alternative to cable.
I purchased an Ablegrid Indoor Amplified Digital HDTV Antenna 90 Miles Range, 4K 1080P HD VHF UHF for Local Free Local HD TV Channels - 18 FT Coax Cable last month on Amazon, and am very happy with my choice. … I highly recommend this Ablegrid indoor antenna!
Indoor HDTV antenna is able to reach up to 80 Miles range depend on the area.Digital antenna constantly scans for new channels as they are made available for broadcast.
I started using the Ablegrid antenna a week and a half ago and I like it! It was easy to install and use. I live in a second floor apartment in Chicago and I get all of the local digital channels. I just hung it up on a wall as close to a window as possible. I’m definitely recommending this to my cord cutting friends.
I just connected this antenna to my living room tv which was giving me fits with my old antenna. The Ablegrid antenna was lying on the floor when I connected it and connected the amplifier to the USB outlet. I had an instant picture before I even positioned the antenna! I placed it on the wall behind a table, out of sight, only 3 feet off the ground. Every channel came in perfectly with a far superior picture.…