- VHF and UHF
- Built-In FM Trap Filter
- Multi-Directional Range Up to 30 Miles
worth a try 07/27/2012
Worth a try, easy stations come in fine--if this was your only antenna, you'd probably be happy.
This did not help bringing in my local PBS stations--which is what I was hoping for. I am about ten miles north of downtown Seattle. I suppose my three digital PBS stations could be transmitting in upper VHF instead of UHF, and that would account for it. I am going to experiment combining this antenna with rabbit ears using a splitter to combine two coax into one (I have no idea whether that will worth, but what the heck).
I have a long length of cable going to a pretty large attic antenna and that does pretty good, but I was having some stutters on my PBS stations--I thought I'd give this antenna a try WITH A VERY SHORT LENGTH of coax (after reading how badly signal is attenuated over long lengths of cable). I was disappointed. And the booster made no difference on or off (well plugged in or not, as there is no switch that I could see). Obviously if I could stand to have the large attic antenna next to the tv, I would do that, but it would look crazy.
Did you find this review helpful? Yes / No Thanks for the valuable feedback you provided!