Flat indoor antenna can be mounted in a variety of locations. Long 20-foot cable makes for easy connection to any TV. Good signal acquisition for all types of HD programming.
Requires use of amplifier for full 50-mile range. Some signals not as clear as they should be.
Long cables (included) ensure you can reach the TV. Easy installation wherever you want it thanks to thin antenna body. Signal booster works well in rural areas w/HD signals. Can remove booster for closer signals.
Long-range signal acquisition may have a sporadic success rate in some areas.
Long cables permit installation almost anywhere. Thin antenna body is easy to hide. Reasonably good performance in rural and urban locations. Receives clearest pictures when removing amp for short-distance signals.
Installation instructions are lacking, which may lead to problems w/operation.
Works well in rural locations w/up to 50-mile signal acquisition range. Long-range amp helps pull in signals near the 50-mile limit. You can remove the amplifier to get clearer signals over shorter distance.
Longevity of parts is questionable. May need to mount it to window glass for best results.
Antenna can be directed/aimed at a particular source. 70-mile signal range. Works outdoors if needed. Compatible with all HD formats, but ready for 4K format, too. Relatively easy installation.
High price point versus some smaller indoor antennas. Must be placed in attic space.
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