Yes, we have a 4K tv, a 3D tv and an LED tv that our antenna supports with a very nice picture.
No, it is not , all the pingbingding antenna does is receive free signals from the air ways , like local channels, ABC, NBC, CBS, PBS, and for me about 60 other TV stations, in the Los Angles area. It connects directly to your TV thru the included coaxial cable. I am approx 85 miles from the TV stations antennas, and I receive crystal clear HD and regular signals. Jack
we are trying to cut back on unnecessary expenses such as cable, but are so far away from local stations, that when we saw it reached 150 miles we thought we would try. we were able to pick up 14 stations, all available local stations and a couple that we dont get with cable. very impressed with the ease of assembling and mounting, with just a little tweaking the pic can be adjusted by moving the antenna
That's up to you. You actually have to buy a splitter and extra coaxial cable. It only comes with one tv hookup. Hope this helps.
We have a 3 tv it works very well. Worth the money.
Hello Sansalcido, thank you for your question. Yes, you will need to use a splitter. Please note that connecting more than one TV can weaken your signal. We recommend using a signal booster when using multiple TVs with this antenna. 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.
Hi Robert! You will need to use a splitter to connect multiple TVs to the antenna. Yes, connecting more than one TV can weaken your signal. We recommend using a signal booster when using multiple TVs with this antenna. 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.
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Yes, I get 47 local channels with this antenna. Mounted it in my attic and went online to get the right direction to point it.
This model is without splitter. You need to buy extra splitter to conncet more than 1 TV. If you have any issues, please feel free to contact us by email@example.com. We would make sure that you will be satisfied with the outcome.
I have the power source and amplifier in the attic and it works great.
Yes, we have 5 TVs on it. No problem, perfect reception. Easily have 80-90 stations.
It'll work as long as you have a strong signal. If you are a long ways from the TV station it may need to be on the roof.
Look up internet,I found this. If you want to use a TV antenna beside your DIRECTV, here are a few things you should know: Your TV aerial is hooked up to the same TV as your DIRECTV installation, but the two are not interconnected. To watch antenna TV, you’ll switch the input from DIRECTV to your OTA antenna. While you can watch local TV, you won’t be able to record it with your DIRECTV DVR setup. To record live TV broadcasts, you’ll need to use an antenna receiver with DVR capabilities.
This would depend on Connections on your radio . You probably need a SMA male to SMA female cable. Or a simple UHF VHF tv antenna matcher. If I could post photos this would be easy. It's a round thing that you plug coax in one side and has 2 wires, if you have the 2 cables needed for your FM antenna. Or a tv antenna adapter,it's a little round thing like a cable extender. Put coax to fm in Amazon search both are like 7$.
all is needed is a coaxial connector on the back of the TV. There are connectors for antenna and 2 TV's. It is labeled on the remote box and the back of the TV. Hope this helps.
YES! We disconnected the coax cable from our Directv satellite dish and connected it right up to the antenna. Worked perfect!
I believe you could put a short cable off the antenna, put a splitter in the other end, then run two cables from the splitter to the TVs, should work fine. Or run a long cable from antenna to a splitter just behind the first TV, then run a second cable from splitter to second TV.
As long as you hook it up through a digital converter box. We are using it with all three tv's in our house, an old tube tv, a smart tv and an HD tv (not smart though) works with all of them perfectly!
after months of watching nothing but one splotchy channel on the screen and still not giving into the cable television trap, we researched and took a chance on this little antenna. i'm still not sure if we can mount anything to the roof of our townhouse, but it seems to be pulling in most of the channels just fine in our attic. the big plus on this one is that it comes with the mounting pole so no need to purchase anything additional. the digital reception is almost perfect for the channels that are within range and using antennaweb getting the correct angle to turn it to makes a huge difference in signal strength. feels great to get free tv!
I have four TVs hooked to this antenna. You will need a "splitter", which you can buy here on Amazon.
Yes, it will work on the old TV's as long as you have a converter box for the TV. My daughter still has an old TV with the converter box in her bedroom and it works just fine.
Yes, it just plugs into the RF connector on the back and program the TV to antenna.
Unless your TV stations are local to your area, go with the one that provides the best range for the buck.