|Submited By: Anand Gopalan on 07/12/2010|
I wanted to get an antenna to get rid of my cable TV, I was told external antenna was the best option. I recently stopped by a electronic store recently, they had a indoor/outdoor version of it with 50+ miles range. The sales representative assured me this one had least amount of returns. I was worried about the price $99, considering the cable cost, this unit will pay for itself over the period of time and unit had option for indoor and outdoor installation. Before purchasing I checked the review on Amazon and most of the were good. Thanks to everyone, who put the reviews up.
I live in Union City, CA which is 25 miles from San Francisco TV station. I purchased the antenna, first installed indoor, all the channels showed up except ABC. Then I took it outside and ABC started working. The problem installing outside, but the antenna coax cable could not be combined with my internet comcast cable. So I got the antenna back in now, this time I kept the antenna close to window in a certain angle and tad-ah, ABC channel got picked and I got to view the soccer world cup again. Right now I am getting more than 25 channels and all the important channels we see. This company also has a 100+ miles version for people who live far from the city. Check antennaweb.org to find out how far you are from the tv station and decide.
DTV clarity is amazing, no one can tell the content is delivered using antenna. I am happy I made the right choice.