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Channel Master ULTRAtenna 60 Outdoor Multi-Directional TV Antenna EXPIRED

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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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I have an antenna myself but locast (free app) on any smart TV does the same thing.
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I have this antenna in my attic - I actually have 2 of them as I have the concrete tile roof and the single antenna was just not enough. So, I have 2 antennas mounted in the attic facing opposite directions, both on 3 foot cables that directly connect to a joiner, and then they connect down to my smart panel with an HD Homerun 4 which is on my Plex media server.

All my channels come in nicely. However, until I got both antennas, it just wasn't good enough through my thick attic. I'd imagine if you have a different roof you might get a better experience. Just in testing I stuck this by my window and picked up all of my signals, like 60+ channels with perfect clarity. It's a great antenna as long as there aren't line of sight issues.
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Any thoughts on how much of an improvement I can expect from this vs. a mohu leaf? Do you use a splitter to for multiple TV's? Does it need an amplifier? Thanks.
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Anyone using something like this for SDR?
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I've been using my home made one for over 10 years. Similar to this: https://www.popularmechanics.com/.../#fbIndex1
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When is OTA set to be shut down?
It's not.
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Any deals for the Extreme80 model?

https://www.channelmaster.com/Dig...m?CartID=1
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Do I need to purchase any of the extras with this order Or will they available at Walmart /Hardware stores? I imagine co axial cable is the same everywhere. Same with C clamps. What about the Coaxial Connector Installation Kit or the Adjustable Gain Preamplifier?
Not trying to ask silly questions. I'm a widow and am downsizing, trying to do as much as possible on my own. Or at least sound like I know what I'm doing when I hire someone to do it for me.
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Do most coax splitters work as combiners too?
Yes. I have two homemade HD antennas both with aluminum foil backing to create a directional signal pickup. I have the coax going into a splitter to combine then back into another splitter to provide signal for two tv. Works great for me. Furthest tower that I pull stations from on both TVs is 50 miles away.
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When is OTA set to be shut down?
At the end of the world... which could be sooner rather than later the way things are going.
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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.
I have a yagi (directional) and a model similar to the OP's deal and used a splitter as a combiner. It worked, but the yagi took some time to get a strong signal. Just make sure rg6 cable is used.
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I have an antennae similar to this one but it was homemade. The previous owner of my house made it. He used some metal coat hangers. The antennae is basically a home made version of the one for sale here but half the size. I doubt he spent more than a couple of dollars making it. It works OK. I oddly don't get all of the channels and I am 20 miles away from the nearest major city with a clear line of sight but I pick up channels from another city that is 70 miles away on occasion that is 90 degrees from the direction my antennae is facing and is blocked by mountains.
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will this work in a 2nd floor deck in a 3story house? im thinking if it works in attic, this should work kind of work in a deck that is semi-roofed and semi outdoor. anyone has experience?
It all depends on which way you're pointing the antennas. Which way are the signals coming from? That'll determine which way you need to angle it. The more things blocking the less of a signal you'll get. Use https://www.tvfool.com/?option=co...&Itemid=29 to find out which way to point ANY antenna that's directionally based. I can get most local channels if pointed in their direction, but sometimes I'll not get Fox but I'll get ABC, and vice-versa. Again, it just depends which way the signal's coming from.
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Any deals for the Extreme80 model?

https://www.channelmaster.com/Dig...m?CartID=1
You can try buying two of the ones in this deal and combining them with a splitter. It will allow you to direction them independently.
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