AmazonBasics Ultra Thin Indoor TV Antenna – 50 Mile Range

June 11, 2019 - Comment

An Amazon Brand. Product Features NOTE: Channel reception will vary depending on what’s being broadcast in your area, how far away you are from broadcast towers, and your surroundings (i.e. obstructions between you and the towers) 50 Mile range to access from broadcast tower; receives free HD channels including ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, Fox, Univision

An Amazon Brand.

Product Features

  • NOTE: Channel reception will vary depending on what’s being broadcast in your area, how far away you are from broadcast towers, and your surroundings (i.e. obstructions between you and the towers)
  • 50 Mile range to access from broadcast tower; receives free HD channels including ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, Fox, Univision and more
  • Reversible with black or white sides to match your home’s decoration; antenna can be painted over to achieve a more personal touch
  • Supports 1080 HD and includes 16 foot coaxial cable
  • Multi-Directional and Reversible: No “pointing” needed

Comments

Anonymous says:

First time an amazon basic product didn’t live up to its name Purchased this 50 mile antenna. Our main station is about 7 miles away. I got very poor reception. I tried for about 30 minutes placing it in various locations. In the end I gave up. I ordered a “Amplified HD Digital TV Antenna Long 65-85 Miles Range – Support 4K 1080p and All Older TV’s Indoor Powerful HDTV Amplifier Signal Booster – 18ft Coax Cable/AC Adapter” for the same price from Amazon. That one had more reviews. I choose the Amazon one first based on reputation – as they always…

Anonymous says:

Rated for 50 miles, did not pull in 45 mile distant stations. So, this did not quite reach the stated 50 mile reception range even with me trying it in several different places. When the FireTV recast went through the channel scan, it listed several 45 mile away available channels when placed into the guide. When actually watching it, numerous cutouts/pixelation made them unwatchable.I returned this and went with an amplified external antenna (non rotating as several distant channels were in same directions) and now pull them in fine…

Anonymous says:

Works well for me in my location. This antenna gives me all the available OTA channels in my area with mostly strong signals pointing in the general direction that maximizes the number of channels (Westward for me). I have mine mounted on a window pane in a utility space, on a third story level. I did notice some degrading of the received signal (with the booster / amplifier plugged in) when I pull an aluminum shade down behind it. I suspect that’s due to multi-path issues with having a RF reflector / shield behind it.

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