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Promoted 07-26-2016 by SubZero5 at 09:49 AM View Original Post
buysuperdeal via eBay has ViewTV Flat HD Digital Indoor TV Antenna (25 Miles) for $3. Shipping is free. Thanks bigmanelctric
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Edited July 26, 2016 at 08:49 AM by mlacey3
Ebay (Via buysuperdeal ) Has the ViewTV Flat HD Digital Indoor TV Antenna - 25 Miles Range - Black for 3.00 And Free Shipping

Have a television with a tuner or a digital converter box and want all of those FREE channels? This is the antenna for you!

Receive digital and analog TV broadcast over the air
25 Mile Range
Ultra thin and light weight design
Frequency Range: VHF 170 - 230MHz, UHF 470-860MHz
No extra power is required
Universal suction-cup stand included

http://www.ebay.com/itm/ViewTV-Fl...1766781288
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Anyone use one of these before?
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Anyone use one of these before?
Got one last time they had this price, it does the job. Gets about half the channels as my leaf but it's also 1/16 the price
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Bought one with some left over Paypal Credit. Thanks!
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Anyone use this before?
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Anyone use one of these before?
I got one off Amazon last year. imo, It's not good, yeah you get the basic channels but the reception is flaky at best. You get what you pay for.

This would be a good buy if your using it with your existing amplifier.
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I got one off Amazon last year. imo, It's not good, yeah you get the basic channels but the reception is flaky at best. You get what you pay for.

This would be a good buy if your using it with your existing amplifier.
I'm using a stripped coax cable now for an antenna. It's not too bad, but I'd like to find something cheap that is steadier.
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This antenna only has a range for people who live in the city near their local towers.
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Use a coat hanger or a paperclip. Save yourself $3.
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This antenna only has a range for people who live in the city near their local towers.
I fit that description. But will this be any better than the stripped piece of coax I'm currently using? Will it be steadier?

Quote from MrWrigleyField View Post :
Use a coat hanger or a paperclip. Save yourself $3.
Think those work better than a piece of coax cable? I stripped the end that goes into the coax port on the tv. It's ok but can be a bit wonky.
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Last edited by deserthawk July 26, 2016 at 10:20 AM
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I fit that description. But will this be any better than the stripped piece of coax I'm currently using? Will it be steadier?


Think those work better than a piece of coax cable? I stripped the end that goes into the coax port on the tv. It's ok but can be a bit wonky.
You can do that? How
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Use a coat hanger or a paperclip. Save yourself $3.
or $100,000
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I had a bad experience with an antenna previously and when I went to unscrew it from my television it completely ruined the port. Now I have no port to connect an antenna like this to. What would you suggest I use? Is there a box that I can connect to the TV via HDMI and still get antenna channels? Thanks.
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These antennas do about as well as almost any antenna if placed in the attic. I catch channels up to 45 miles away.
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