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Channel Master has Channel Master ULTRAtenna 60 Outdoor Multi-Directional TV Antenna (CM-4221HD) on sale for $89 - $50 with coupon code TIVO in cart = $39. Shipping is free. Thanks raiderrick23
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TiVo sent me an email about a $50 off deal for a ChannelMaster outdoor TV antenna. Regular price is $89. With the coupon code TIVO the sell price is $39. Free shipping and no tax in NJ.
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The ULTRAtenna is a 4-bay, phased array, multi-directional outdoor antenna that receives high definition and digital signals from a span of 180 degrees. This antenna has a reception range of up to 60 miles.

Price is $89 elsewhere (Amazon, Walmart, etc)
Good deal for cord cutters like me.

https://www.channelmaster.com/Dig...4221hd.htm
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Great price, I use this in the attic for stations ~20 miles away. Full power stations are 100% signal.
put it on the roof
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The satellite hardware is different from what something like this would use
Yeah, the cable satellite uses an amplifier and 4way splitter that looks very similar to the one in the video. I have seen it in my attic. I have a standard Mohu leaf in my attic now that works decent. Wonder how they compare.
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Been looking for a new antenna deal, my Leaf is just not cutting it in my upstairs bedroom
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Would this be the best type of antenna to use in the attic of a 2 story home in Los Angeles?
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Do most coax splitters work as combiners too?
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When is OTA set to be shut down?
The tuners will change, but the antennas will remain compatible. ATSC 3.0 uses internet protocol, so the reception will be dramatically better for non optimal environments (mountains, buildings, trees, etc). They're testing it right now in some markets. https://www.atsc.org/nextgen-tv/
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The RCA I have mounted in the attic is struggling with one channel that's at a different bearing than several of the others. For $40 I'll give it a shot. If it doesn't work I've been telling my in-laws I'd get them an antenna to put on the pole by their barn.
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Great price, I use this in the attic for stations ~20 miles away. Full power stations are 100% signal.
So this can be mounted in the attic and not on the roof?
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When is OTA set to be shut down?
In June 2009 Analog OTA went away and that was the big thing in the news Digital are still here and like last month some Channels change frequencies we had to rescan
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Thank you for clarifying about the vhf. I live 14 miles away from a vhf station and the reception is terrible with my flat antenna. I hope this will help the issue https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif
14mles? Just add rabbit ears antenna to yur current setup for $10. That's what you need and it will perform better than this for those vhf-hi signals.

Folks, this antenna is overkill if the transmitters are closer than 30 miles.
This is a db4. For transmitters less than 30 miles away, a db4 is excellent. I have a CM db4 in the attic about 22 ft above ground. Added rabbit ears to get the VHF channels (8 and 10) in my area. Use tvfool.com the get an idea of what channels and which RF frequencies are in your area. Don't guess - know.

My mistake - this is a DB4, not a DB8 as I originally stated. These are primarily UHF antennas and would barely get VHF-hi unless you can get longer than normal "whiskers" - I think 10 inch whiskers are needed, but it has been a few years since I looked into antenna designs and built my own DB4, tuned to get RF8 and RF10, in addition to all the expected UHF RF channels. Use tvfool.com to get a map for YOUR LOCATION, directions for transmission towers and the frequencies.
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Do most coax splitters work as combiners too?
Yes, but you might get multipath interference connecting 2 or more antennas together. Using two equal lengths rg6 cable (rg59 is non optimal) MIGHT prevent this. Do a search on YouTube for different set up options
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Yes, but you might get multipath interference connecting 2 or more antennas together. Using two equal lengths rg6 cable (rg59 is non optimal) MIGHT prevent this. Do a search on YouTube for different set up options
Thank you. Will look into it. I have a yagi antenna that I bought from Radio Shack when it was going out of business, but have found it very hard to aim correctly. Hoping this multidirectional one will be easier to aim and get right. Or there's just to much interference to get a signal, well know soon I guess.
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14mles? Just add rabbit ears antenna to yur current setup for $10. That's what you need and it will perform better than this for those vhf-hi signals.

Folks, this antenna is overkill if the transmitters are closer than 30 miles.
This is a db8. For transmitters less than 30 miles away, a db4 is excellent. I have a CM db4 in the attic about 22 ft above ground. Added rabbit ears to get the VHF channels (8 and 10) in my area. Use tvfool.com the get an idea of what channels and which RF frequencies are in your area. Don't guess - know.
Yes I agree, but there are also really good channels south of me. And those from north east Ohio know fox 8 and 19 are the most finicky stations ever Smilie rabbit ears never cut it
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Ok. I had heard digital OTA was set to be phased out as well. Just curious.
Actually you are right...kinda.
Just did a google search and found articles from 2009 to 2010 and they were that the majors like Comcast and time Warner were going to block their digital OTA channels . They wanted you to only go through the company.
Found stores where they could not do it as the government said they had to make sure say Comcast was available for all even if located way off in the country. Since they could not/ did not want to guarantee they quietly did not do it but did not advertise it was going to stay , for a bit longer but who knows of the future

Again based on news articles I found on the net lol so take some of it as truth and some as maybe lol
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