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- Optimize your digital channels like never before
- Say goodbye to those pricey cable and satellite services
- Features: UHF loop, retractable dipoles, indoor, 75-OHM,built-in adjustable amplifier
Optimize your free digital channels with the Amplified Indoor Antenna from GE. If you stream movies and other programming through a PC, game console or other device you will also get free local TV as well when you add a HD antenna. Eliminate those pricey cable and satellite services for good and stay connected during severe weather when cable and satellite services can be disrupted. Enjoy superior performance with this antenna which receives and filters signals. This antenna has been designed for use with HDTVs and supports Full HD 1080p, but can also be used with analog TV's. Its slim design and clear frame compliment any home's decor and also comes with a horizontal or vertical stand so you can place it where you want it. The indoor antenna works within 40 miles of the broadcast source and it's ideal for today's HDTVs or use with your digital converter box. This product comes with a limited lifetime warranty.
Dimensions (Overall): 9.38 inches (H) x 5.5 inches (W) x 1.63 inches (D)
Weight: 1.03 pounds
Features: UHF Loop, Retractable Dipoles, Indoor, Built-In Adjustable Amplifier, 75-OHM
Signal Type: Digital
Includes: Instructions, AC/DC Power Adapter, 5' Coaxial Cable
UHF Loop Reception Channels: 14 - 69
VHF Dipoles Reception Channels: 2 - 13
Impedance: 75 ohms
Signal Compatibility: VHF, UHF, HDTV, Digital TV (DTV)
Maximum Operating Range: Up to 40 miles
Mount Type: Set-top Mount, wall mount
Antenna Directionality: Semi Directional
Electronics General Compatibility: Digital TVs, HDTVs
Warranty: Lifetime limited warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869.
Warranty Information:To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's warranty for this item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869.
Receives, filters and amplifies signals for improved performance
Enjoy local HD channels in full HD resolution
Sleek, slim design with clear acrylic frame to complement any décor
Item Number (DPCI): 008-00-0424
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Most helpful positive reviews
At first we thought this was a piece of junk as we barely got six channels. Then I tried replacing the cheap connection cable it came with, with a real one that actually screwed into my TV and this unit, and voila - beautiful reception, tons of channels, very little adjustment needed! So if you hook...see moreof the reviewer's review
4 out of 5 stars
Vincent — 4 years ago
I've used cable TV for the last 20 years so the idea of using a TV antenna seemed like taking a step backwards, but when the local cable company decided to scramble their signal it was either spend more per month (about $8) just to add another TV with basic channels or make the investment in a good ...see moreof the reviewer's review
Works really well
4 out of 5 stars
Steph — 3 years ago
I was sick of Comcast and my expensive bill. I hooked it up to my tv and I got 40 channels. If you put it in different positions you can get more channels. For the price and the peace of mind of no cable bill this is great.
Great for the money.
4 out of 5 stars
katie — 5 years ago
For the price of the antenna it picks up a lot more than my old rabbit ears. Picture is clear and crisp. I live near the airport which is usually very bad for antennas but I was amazed. Couldn't ask for better.see moreof the reviewer's review
Most helpful negative reviews
I had high hopes
1 out of 5 stars
kerry — 6 years ago
I live about 10 miles from local stations. I can get quite a few just using a coaxial cable laie out on a shelf when the weather is good. I was hoping this antenna would bring in even more stations and boost reception during rainy weather. I must have purchased a defective unit because once I con...see moreof the reviewer's review