TV Antenna-50 Mile Range with Detachable Amplifier Signal Booster and 10ft High Performance Coax Cable - Upgraded Version Better Reception

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TV Antenna-50 Mile Range with Detachable Amplifier Signal Booster and 10ft High Performance Coax Cable - Upgraded Version Better Reception

Product Features

FREE CHANNELS -- Cut the cable and get access to your local news, weather, sitcoms, kids and sports programs, educational programs etc., Absolutely FREE. Enjoy crystal clear HDTV shows, 720p, 1080i, 1080p | ATSC available.The Indoor TV antenna can help. 50-MILE RANGE -- The Upgraded Version antenna amplifier boosts the TV antenna with better signal and butterfly pattern optimizes reception. Working frequency: VHF 174-240MHz, UHF 470-862MHz. Channel reception may vary depending on what's broadcasting in your area, distance from broadcast towers, terrain and the surroundings. Before you buy, Check what available channels are in your area by using these websites:"antennaweb.org" or "antennapoint.com". 10FT LONG COAXIAL CABLE -- Makes indoor TV antenna easier for you to place it in your house to get the best reception, especially for customers whose televisions are quite far away from windows. SLIM & HIGH PERFORMANCE -- Paper-thin design makes free HDTV antenna easy to lay flat on table, hide it behind the TV, or place it high on window (highly recommended). It'll pull in hundreds of crystal clear digital & HD shows! Note: If you cannot get a signal with the hd antennaor the indoor antenna not working as expected. Please make sure you have correctly connected the antenna to your HDTV or third-party HD receiver. Then re-scan for Channels, or reposition the antenna in a different location. Facing the direction of the broadcast tower is usually the best

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