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Promoted 05-26-2016 by johnny_miller at 12:50 PM View Original Post
US-Teck via eBay has 50-Mile Digital Indoor Amplified Window HDTV Antenna w/ 20' Coax Cable (US-0568) for $18.99. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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This indoor HDTV antenna can pull in all of your local channels broadcasted in FM/VHF/UHF frequency, including news, weather, sitcoms, kids and sports programming w/ no monthly contract or bills.

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Edited May 27, 2016 at 07:07 AM by jersharocks
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50 mile versions aren't on sale that often and funny thing, lots of my tv stations are around 41-48 miles...
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No trying to thread crap, but I have some experience that may help. I am about 20 miles from my stations and have used multiple leaf-type antennas... from the monoprice basic $8 unit to the mohu ultimate w/ amplifier. I could get some stations well but struggled with others. I was constantly moving them around and propping them up in awkward areas just to get a station. Elevation matters. I finally grabbed the RCA Yagi Ant751R [amazon.com] and mounted it simply in the attic. I didn't need any power or amplifier, just a splitter and some CATV cable and ran it down to my TV's. Again, with no amplifier and 2 tv's, I was getting stations from 80 miles away that I had never heard of.

It took a few hours to install, but no more hassle. I highly recommend if you have had poor luck with these.
I have this in my window. I live on the lower level of an apartment complex. It picks up most stations. There are some I don't get because of poor line of sight to the tower. Checkout this website for a map of towers in your area: http://www.channelmaster.com/Ante...-a/134.htm

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Is this any good?
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From the ebay post, it references this one. I believe this the actual antenna http://www.amazon.com/1byone-Ante...byone+0568
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Quote from Tmac916 View Post :
From the ebay post, it references this one. I believe this the actual antenna http://www.amazon.com/1byone-Ante...byone+0568
You are right! In 4 one!
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Can it be used outdoor (side of the chimney?)
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Can it be used outdoor (side of the chimney?)
This one is amplified, so water will probably kill the electronics eventually.
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I have this in my window. I live on the lower level of an apartment complex. It picks up most stations. There are some I don't get because of poor line of sight to the tower. Checkout this website for a map of towers in your area: http://www.channelmaster.com/Ante...-a/134.htm
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ugly but works
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An amplifier only boosts the signal if you have a long run of coax cable from the antennae to the TV. If you only have a short run, the boost will not result in a stronger signal. If you have a weak signal, a bigger antennae, outside and higher up will make a difference.
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An amplifier only boosts the signal if you have a long run of coax cable from the antennae to the TV. If you only have a short run, the boost will not result in a stronger signal. If you have a weak signal, a bigger antennae, outside and higher up will make a difference.
i have a very short run between the antenna and the tv and the amplifier makes a HUGE difference when i plug it in.
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thought it was the leaf 50 mile.. Frown
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ridiculous! first their was blurring on Asian porn, but now the advertisement pics?!?!!
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Thanks OP, in 4 one.
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