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ANTOP AT-400BV Flat-Panel Smartpass Amplified Outdoor/Indoor HDTV Antenna with High Gain and Built-in 4G LTE Filter 60/70 Miles Long Range Multi-Directional Reception 39ft Detachable Coaxial Cable
|Price:||CDN$ 218.99 FREE SHIPPING.|
- 【Before you buy】Please check out what channels are available in your area via "ANTOP SIGNAL MAPS" and choose the right antenna for you.
- 【Enhanced VHF Reception】Adopts detachable Rod for enhance VHF signal reception,Assuring you get more channel reception and less blind spots,like CBS, Fox, The CW, and PBS,etc.
- 【UNIQUE TECHNICAL DESIGN】Exclusive Smartpass Amplifier technology allows switch On & Off to get Long & Short Range Reception.
- 【UV COATING & WEATHER RESISTANT】Fit home exterior installation: wall, roof, balcony. Also fit indoor use:attic & table top.
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★Disclaimer★ Channel reception quality will vary depending on what’s being broadcast in your area, how far away you are from broadcast towers, and your surroundings BEFORE PURCHASING this antenna, please CHECK OUT what channels are available in your area via：dTV. /maps. ANTOP’s New Generation Digital Technology 1) Smart pass Amplifier 2) 4G LTE Filter: blocks unwanted 3G and 4G interference. 3) High Gain reception technology, shielded for minimum interference. 4) Durable exterior, waterproof design with UV coating. 5) Supports VHF & UHF digital signals. 6) Mounting accessory options. By following the simple tips below, you can enjoy FREE TV with your ANTOP Antenna: - Re-scan the channels after each switching of the Smart Switch. - Scan channels monthly to find all available channels including newly added or changed. - Do not place or hide the antenna in/behind any metallic objects. - Install the antenna as high as possible and near a window for better reception. - Keep the antenna away from any high power consumption devices to avoid interference. Product Information Range: 60 to 70 miles from point of signal origination Power Supply: DC 12V Reception Pattern: Multi-directional Polarization: Horizontal/Vertical Color: White Size: 22 X 10 X 4. 7in Coaxial Cable: 39ft Exclusive Technology: Smart pass Amplified, Built in 4G LTE Filter Smart Switch On: Long range reception Smart Switch Off: Short range reception What’s in the box AT-400BV FLAT PANEL Smart pass Amplified Digital Outdoor/Indoor TV Antenna Power Inserter with Smart Switch AC/DC Power Adapter Indoor Stand VHF Enhanced Rods 39ft Coaxial Cable Wall/Pole Mounting Bracket Instruction/User Manual
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If you are looking for a good attic antenna and don't have the space for a less expensive larger 6-bowtie array or a 7' long Yagi antenna, this will give you similar performance. Remember, you'll need 120V outlet available to power the integrated amplifier!
It also has the integrated VHF antenna, (thats what the two sticks poking out the sides are), which according to their tech support person is omni directional. To be frank, VHF reception was inadequate for my application, I could not receive a relatively strong VHF transmitter located approx 35 mile away. Again, this was with the antenna located in the attic and the amplifier activated.
Since I really wanted to receive the VHF channel (it was one of the major networks), I actually took this antenna out of service and replaced it with a 6 bowtie array for UHF and a separate dedicated directional VHF (Clearstream 5) antenna pointed at the one VHF station that I needed. I used a Channel Master antenna combiner (to minimize signal loss when combining), a Channel Master 7777 high gain amplifier and a Channel master amplified 9-output distribution block to send signal throughout the house.
Getting all 5 major networks (ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, PBS) and a slew of other channels.
The cable has been cut!
Remember folks, most, but not all HDTV over the air broadcasters are UHF frequencies, some legacy stations still transmit in VHF. UHF & VHF require different antennas. This antenna has both, but as I said the VHF segment was marginal.
Nonetheless I rated this very highly for a couple of reasons. I think it would be great in many situations. This was the 2nd Antop antenna I tried. After I purchased the first one I had a discussion with Antop about trying this one. They took the time to take a look at my specific situation and told me this one had a 50-50 chance of picking up the VHF signals in my area. I appreciated their support and honesty, so that was a big plus with me.
Overall I purchased 5 antennas in an effort to find one that worked. This was the best of the small-profile antennas I tested.
I was concerned about this after mounting in my attic as it was dropping a number of channels that it had picked up when I put it in front of a window on the floor below where it was mounting. (All are within about 60 degrees with most being within 30.) One of them, a PBS station 31 miles away, was weak but coming in. A small rca antenna I got to play with OTA wasn't able to pick up the UHF PBS station and was intermittent on the Hi-v Fox/kcpq station that was 30 miles away degrees to the north. Before I crawled back through the insulation to remove and return it, I decided to try turning off the amplification to see what happened, expecting to lose more channels. However what happened is that I got all of them and the one that came in but was intermittent when I tested in the window is now solid. This is counter-intuitive as two of the problematic stations were from towers 2-to-3x further away (one UHF and the other Hi-V) so they are the ones you would expect the amp to help, not hurt.
So if you get this, do test your reception with the amp on and off before deciding if it is performing as expected.