Five Star supports the high definition of HDTV 4K, 1080p, 1080i, and 720p. It has an integrated automatic gain control chip, which can provide 15 to 35 dB gain.
Inconvenient IR interface.
A great gift for parents for the holidays, this antenna allows watching free local channels in high definition. The LTE filter keeps the signal quality high, while the 360-degree rotation finds the best signal in suburban areas.
Up to 200 miles
Analog / Digital (DVB-T, DVB-T2)
40 ft. coaxial cable
The antenna can receive signals for 2 TVs at the same time without using splitters. You won't need any special adapters. The instruction manual that comes with the package will make sure you don't put the wrong things together.
The remote control's range is limited.
Pingbingding WA-2608 is precision-tuned to receive UHF and VHF frequencies and provide you with high-quality HD content. The 40-feet cable and the 4-feet coaxial cables that come with the box will let you set the antenna up pretty much anywhere you want.
Up to 150 miles
FM, DAB, VHF, UHF
Analog / Digital (DVB-T, DVB-T2)
40 ft. + 4 ft coaxial cables included
McDuory brings you free high-definition broadcasting of HDTV signals. It comes with an easy to use manual and a handy infrared remote control. It's much more stable than the first generation of antennas.
The antenna rotation is too frequent.
The McDuory 2608B antenna is a perfect solution for homes with 2 TVs. The device works without a splitter and provides weather resistance.
Up to 150 miles
40 ft. RG6 cable
This antenna is easy to install in the attic or balcony. It comes with an easy-to-use manual that makes the setup a piece of cake. The device also features an ultra-low noise amplifier and 360-degree rotation.
The TV 2 output on the amplifier block works better than the TV 1 output.
With this antenna, you shouldn't be afraid of bad weather. Get lifetime free access to 4K Ultra HD broadcasts and watch them on 2 TVs simultaneously.
Rooftop, Attic, Balcony
Up to 150 miles
33 ft. coaxial cable and mount pole
This digital antenna features an easy plug'n'play setup in 3 minutes, a powerful signal booster, and a built-in Smart IC chip. The device is constantly looking for new channels when they become available for broadcast.
The instructions may be inaccurate.
Watch Full HD channels such as ABC, CBS, NBC, PBC, and Fox. The built-in surge protection will help if your TV does not have a USB output to connect the dtv antenna to the power supply. An ideal solution for suburban residents.
Up to 250 miles
18 ft. coaxial cable and USB adapter
Five Star Outdoor
A Real Range Booster
Say, how about watching local channels in 4K? Keep up with news, sports, and weather using Five Star outdoor HDTV antenna. Everything that’s free and within 200 miles (plus FM radio) is covered.
This antenna supports HDTV 4K, 1080p, 1080i, and 720p for you to enjoy TV on a modern level and without quality drops. It can boast a higher image resolution thanks to the integrated smart auto gain control chip. The high gain from 15-35 dB plus the adjustment of high-quality signal reception makes the magic work. Add the stability of signal transmission with a top quality inside copper cable – and forget all about the annoying faulty broadcasts.
Five Star offers an upscale outdoor performance. This is achieved via the 2 extra UHF elements and up to 50% larger VHF elements. This antenna is more durable with its windproof design and quality material that can withstand harsh weather. It can also rotate at 360 degrees with infrared remote control for your convenience.
But that’s not all. Five Star can transmit the signal to 5 home TVs at a time, which is a real gift for a big family. As for the 4G phone interference, the integrated LTE filter will take care of that.
Keep in mind that this antenna takes some time – and thought – to be aligned correctly. But as soon as you catch the right angle, you’ll be picking even the channels you’ve never had before.
Overall, Five Star will serve as a powerful connection between your home and local TV/FM channels.
|Last updated price||$76.49|
The Pingbingding WA-2608 doesn't differ that much from every long-range model we've reviewed before. The 28-36 dB amplification range is pretty standard as far as these antennas go. There's also this indicator light that lights up when you turn the antenna on.
The amplifier is pretty effective, keeping noise as low as possible, all while making sure to increase signal reception performance.
The model will usually have no issues picking up FM, DAB, VHF, and UHF frequencies within 150 miles. You'll receive free digital broadcast HD TV signals. The antenna can receive signals for 2 TVs at the same time without using splitters. You won't need any special adapters.
As far as installation is concerned, the antenna is pretty easy to set up. The snap-on mechanisms let you install the antenna with no tools required. The instruction manual that comes with the package will make sure you don't put the wrong things together.
Other than that, the mounting pole that also comes with the package will let you install the antenna in the attic too. The only problem we have with the product is the remote control's relatively limited range.
In short, the Pingbingding WA-2608 is precision-tuned to receive UHF and VHF frequencies and provide you with high-quality HD content. The 40-feet cable and the 4-feet coaxial cables that come with the box will let you set the antenna up pretty much anywhere you want.
|Last updated price||$48.98|
Your Flexible Signal Catcher
Why overpay for cable TV when there are dozens of free local channels? The McDoury outdoor antenna gives you an enjoyable HDTV experience at a large 150-mile range.
This antenna with a dual TV output supports 720p/1080p resolution with the working frequency of 170~230 MHz (VHF) and 470~860 MHz (UHF). This means watching your fav shows or sports at a modern quality level. Don’t miss a single detail on screen – and forget the irritatingly bad transmission of older antennas.
McDuory is equipped with a more stable motor and offers a smooth 360-degree rotation. The control box and an infrared remote controller help adjust directions and catch the signal even in areas blocked by hilltops. This unit can also be used indoors if that’s what your community guidelines prescribe. Note, however, that the antenna rotation may be too frequent.
The antenna’s design is snap-on, which means it can be installed in mere minutes – and with no tools. If you’re a complete beginner, there’s a handy user manual with instructions. Not much time until you’re finally on the couch and watching TV.
Bad weather isn’t a problem for McDuory. It’s lightning protected, with grounding, and made of durable materials. Place it anywhere you like with a 40 ft. coaxial cable – and get the best possible signal out of it.
As evident, McDuory is a reliable outdoor antenna that saves your wallet and boosts your home TV experience.
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MATIS 150 Miles
Fits Your Residential Area
Living in a suburban or rural district? Save up and watch free local channels within a wide 150-mile range with MATIS outdoor antenna.
This model supports 2 TVs simultaneously (no splitter required). Full HDTV format includes 4K, 720p, 1080i, 1080p and lets you watch live TV on another level of quality. Forget the costly cable or satellite fees and enjoy local TV without the annoying lags or stuttering.
MATIS can boast the enhanced reception tech that lets you catch even more channels (UHF and VHF, as well as FM). This means more content and live streams to everyone’s taste: news, sports, or kids shows. The super low noise amplifier and 360-degree rotation are there to ensure an upscale viewing experience.
The rotation is controlled via an infrared remote device. While it certainly does its job, the control is non-directional; when you’re indoors, you can’t know which direction the antenna is rotating.
MATIS may not look as striking as some of its competitors, but it doesn’t compromise on quality. The antenna is really lightweight, can be installed in practically no time, and does its job even with the hills or trees around your house. The 33 ft. coax cable will help position it in the attic or on the roof. This device is grounded and can withstand wind, sun, and snow.
Summing up, MATIS delivers on its promise and brings free HDTV even to the remote and isolated areas.
|Last updated price||$42.99|
U MUST HAVE 4K-RS55
Watch Free TV in Style
What if you want to watch free local TV channels – but don’t want a bulky antenna outside your house or apartment? U MUST HAVE digital indoor antenna is the answer to your problem.
Time to finally break free from costly fees and contracts. This antenna lets you receive Full HD TV channels (CBS, ABC, NBS, Fox, and many more). No matter what you’re aiming for – movie streaming, sports, or news – you’ll find it without resorting to cable or satellite connection. The antenna will also be constantly scanning for new available channels.
This device can pick the signal within the wide 250-mile range. It features multiple smart tech for amplifying and filtering, allowing for a crisper HD picture and brighter, more natural colors. Overall, the picture quality is on par with cable transmission, which is impressive in itself. No more interference from cellular or FM signals; the antenna keeps the noise low and supports enhanced gain.
U MUST HAVE practices a customer-centric approach with this unit’s installation. All can be done in (literally) minutes if you follow the instructions. However, some customers point out that the latter may contain inaccuracies.
Thanks to the flat and thin design, this device will fit a modern interior like it was meant for it. The 18 ft. coaxial cable and smart IC USB power adapter are a nice addition to make it even more practical.
In conclusion, this digital antenna will impress you with the HD picture quality – and blend in with the interior design.
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What Is a Long-Range TV Antenna?
We all know what TV antennas do. What's the difference between long-range TV antennas and regular antennas? You'd be surprised - it is the titular long range. Regular antennas' range is usually limited to 30-50 miles. These antennas, however, can pick up signals that come within 150-200 miles.
Setting the effective range aside, these antennas don't differ that much from regular antennas. You can put them on the roof as well as in the attic (depending on the model and the hardware that comes with that model). Half-decent antennas usually support FM, DAB, VHF, and UHF frequencies, meaning that you'll be able to pick up 3D, HD, Full HD, and Ultra HD content. The amplifiers that these antennas come equipped with hover around the ~20-35 dB range more often than not.
Other than the hardware required to install these antennas, the people behind these products will usually send you the necessary cables to set everything up without having to purchase anything separately.
These antennas are especially great for people who live in rural areas. Those who live in urban areas will likely benefit from these things as much as from regular TV antennas/attic antennas, so you should probably rather look into these if you fall under the latter category.