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Promoted 06-16-2016 by iconian at 12:23 PM View Original Post
1byone Products Inc. via Amazon has 1byone 25 Mile Super Thin Indoor HDTV Antenna for $12.99 - $5 w/ promotional code G8DUP8B5 = $7.99. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $49 or more. Thanks cobra11murderer

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1byone 25 Miles TV antenna is $7.99 after coupon G8DUP8B5.


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Lots of "honest" (fake) reviews on Amazon. The real reviews say it is horrible. One or two channels max.

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Is there any way of connecting it to a home theater system with an hdmi cable?
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Is there any way of connecting it to a home theater system with an hdmi cable?
Yes... you'd need a digital tuner.

This seems to be just an antenna -- the kind you would screw into the back of a modern HDTV set with built-in digital tuners, or what you'd screw into a digital tuner between the antenna and a much older TV (like a CRT). They do make digital tuners with HDMI outputs, but it's well outside the scope of this deal.
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Yes... you'd need a digital tuner.

This seems to be just an antenna -- the kind you would screw into the back of a modern HDTV set with built-in digital tuners, or what you'd screw into a digital tuner between the antenna and a much older TV (like a CRT). They do make digital tuners with HDMI outputs, but it's well outside the scope of this deal.
Ok. Thanks. May be it will help.
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Good deal if you're in the market for a long range antenna. Just FYI, it's best to get an antenna with the range that is necessary for your location. If most stations are within 10 miles, get a 10 mile antenna and etc.
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Lots of "honest" (fake) reviews on Amazon. The real reviews say it is horrible. One or two channels max.
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Bought one to try for my office TV, for 8 bucks worth a shot.

I have the amplified one from them in my living room and it works great.
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If you live within 10 miles of a strong signal it'll be fine, but if you don't then it's a waste of money.
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I use this for my radio/alarm clock in my bedroom, makes a huge difference in my reception.
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Quote from nyeafurjah485 View Post :
Is there any way of connecting it to a home theater system with an hdmi cable?
Quote from wwwebsurfer View Post :
Yes... you'd need a digital tuner.

This seems to be just an antenna -- the kind you would screw into the back of a modern HDTV set with built-in digital tuners, or what you'd screw into a digital tuner between the antenna and a much older TV (like a CRT). They do make digital tuners with HDMI outputs, but it's well outside the scope of this deal.



I'm using this. It works great and has DVR functionality as weii.


https://smile.amazon.com/gp/produ...TUX2A6RQ1A
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Ive been wanting to experiment with the signal in my area.. Thinking about canceling cable..
This will be perfect for me to test the waters on a spare TV to figure out if it is worth upgrading.
thanks for taking the time to post.
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Dont waste your money on this one, I bought one last time it was FP, does not pick more than 2 channels, my rabbit ears from dollar store actually picks up more signals
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I'd pass on this one.

I took a chance and bought this cheap one from Amazon, and has been shocked. I live in a major city, and this antenna picks up channels as good or better than my Leaf.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product..._i=desktop
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