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LAVA HD2605 Ultra 4K Motorized Outdoor HDTV
UHF/VHF Antenna with 20% More Gain
The most powerful HDTV antenna available.
With cable and satellite costs rapidly rising, it's understandable that cord-cutting is the most-mentioned reason for connecting your entertainment system to an antenna to get free of cost over-the-air reception. But several television viewers are discovering, there's another compelling justification: You won't lose a well known channel if your neighborhood cable or satellite company is squabbling with the network over fees and additionally threatening to black out local broadcasts.
High Definition Outdoor antennas, especially those on the roof or mast, generally give best performance, particularly if you're many miles on a broadcast tower, but an indoor antenna is really an easier—and sometimes the only—option.
Indoor HDTV models are the old rabbit-ear antennas you would once regularly see perched on top of a television specify, to newer versions that sport luxurious, ultra-flat designs, allowing them to be attached for a window or hidden behind a TV display. Some are adaptive, and a few can be painted to blend in with your decor. Others have modest, rectangular bases of which sit upright using a table or showcase. Since the wood and/or metal within your home's walls might interfere with and degrade digital camera signals, we’ve found the most beneficial placement is generally near a window facing the direction of your local television transmitters.
Since the number of channels you’ll receive is based your own site and environment, you may want to try several models before how to find the best antenna to your requirements. That's why we strongly recommend purchasing from a retailer with a no-hassle return policy and reasonable service contract.
There is good reasons apart from cord-cutting to give consideration to over-the-air reception. As an example, if you lose pay TV company during storms, or your cable company gets to a carriage dispute with a network and threatens to help drop it, a television attached to an antenna can always get reception. Moreover, if you record a great deal of shows, you can use the TV’s tuner to enjoy a show even though your DVR is tangled up recording other programming.