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Onn Ultra-Thin Multi-Directional Indoor Antenna w/ 75-Mile Range EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has Onn Ultra-Thin Multi-Directional Indoor Antenna w/ 75-Mile Range (ONN20TM500T) for $5.93. Shipping is free with Walmart+ (free 15-day trial) or on orders of $35 or more.

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    • Catch up on top programs without the middleman with the onn Ultra-Thin Indoor Multi-Directional Antenna. Enjoy all your favorite local and network shows without the cable bill! This antenna is simple to set up and gives you a signal range of up to 75 miles. This antenna improves your signal, adds channels and comes 4K-ready so that you can enjoy crisp high definition quality where available.
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    • This price is $34.06 lower (~85% savings) than the $39.99 list price.
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MANY options on FULL clearance. Below is the link for the antenna in the title:

https://www.walmart.com/ip/onn-Ul.../723629941

This link has the majority of the ONN. brand on clearance:
https://www.walmart.com/c/brand/o...est_seller

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This will not work. Coax is shielded cable. The shield is connected to ground, and the center (conductor) is where the signal is. Since the shield is grounded, it prevents any signal from reaching the conductor. Connecting the center to the screw on a light switch will just ground IT as well, which will give you little if any signal. A single unshielded wire would work much better. And no, a longer wire will not necessarily work better; it needs to be a specific length based on the frequency range of the channels you're trying to receive.

In my experience, these amplified antennas are crap unless you live close to the broadcast towers. If you live in a house, spend about 20 bucks for a Yagi antenna and put it in your attic pointing in the general direction of the towers. Bring a small TV up in the attic with you and connect it directly to the antenna while you position it. Then connect your house cable. If you find that you get a poorer picture downstairs then you did in the attic, it's possible you have too many splitters. Splitters reduce your signal even if not all legs are in use. And the more legs a splitter has, the more loss each leg sees. So if you have a 4 way splitter with only 2 legs used, replace it with a 2 way splitter. If you have a 2 way splitter to a room where the cable connection isn't being used, replace the splitter with a barrel connector. It's better to prevent signal loss than to use a signal amplifier farther down in the signal chain, because when you add an amplifier, you're also boosting any noise that might have been picked up. If you must use an amp, get it as close to the antenna as possible (which gets us back to the original crappy amplified antennas, but the problem with those is the actual antenna, not the fact that they're amplified).
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Bought some, great deal bruh, repped
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Can someone get the brickseek URL please?
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Shipping is $5.99 - kills the deal for some.
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Unless it has a strong amplifier, a coaxial cable will do the same thing but much better. Turn your whole house into an antenna.
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Unless it has a strong amplifier, a coaxial cable will do the same thing but much better. Turn your whole house into an antenna.
Confused by this. There's already a coax cable from the antenna that connects to TV. What would a regular coax cable do for you?
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Confused by this. There's already a coax cable from the antenna that connects to TV. What would a regular coax cable do for you?
I don't know much about this stuff, but maybe he's implying if your house is already thoroughly wired with coaxial, then it'll be able to pickup a better signal
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Confused by this. There's already a coax cable from the antenna that connects to TV. What would a regular coax cable do for you?
Put the tip on a piece of metal that's connected to your house. For example, like a screw from a light switch faceplate
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Shipping is $5.99 - kills the deal for some.
Free WM+ trial. Just make a new account with a diff email. Can even take a 3 question survey to extend the trial to 30 days
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Confused by this. There's already a coax cable from the antenna that connects to TV. What would a regular coax cable do for you?
I think @mrcuba means you can run a cable from your TV to the wall coax port, then your whole house is effectively acting as an antenna in the same way this little black thing is acting as an antenna. Interesting idea, I'm curious if it works
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Shipping is $5.99 - kills the deal for some.
Do walmart + free trial
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99 cent store rabbit ear antennas work better. Go to a 99 cent store look alike since they are 1 buck their. I tested both and the rabbit ears with UHF ring works better.
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I think @mrcuba means you can run a cable from your TV to the wall coax port, then your whole house is effectively acting as an antenna in the same way this little black thing is acting as an antenna. Interesting idea, I'm curious if it works
So maybe strip the end of the coaxial and foil tape it to my attic furnace. I think I'll try this but I don't think it'll work.
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So maybe strip the end of the coaxial and foil tape it to my attic furnace. I think I'll try this but I don't think it'll work.
You'd need a splitter to attach to tv as well
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