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Antennas Direct - ClearStream 4V Indoor/Outdoor HDTV Antenna - Black/Silver

The ClearStream 4V HDTV Antenna uses patented technology to receive TV signals 70 miles away from broadcast towers. Ideal for suburban and rural areas where heavy foliage or roofing materials reduce the incoming signal. The dedicated UHF and VHF multi-directional elements deliver range and reception in less than ideal locations. The ClearStream 4V comes with mounting hardware and a 20in. mount with a pivoting foot to allow installation on vertical or horizontal surfaces.
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Best Buy Customer Reviews

5
Awesome alternative to paid TV! Posted by: from: on I just installed the Clearstream 4V yesterday and couldn't be happier so far! The antenna is being used at my cabin in upstate NY which is about 35 miles north of Syracuse in the heart of the Adirondacks. We don't spend a ton of time there so I can't justify paying for cable or a dish. I logged onto antennaweb.org beforehand to get an idea as to how many stations I could expect with a good antenna and it stated 22 for my address. I figured if I could get 10 or so, I would be lucky since it's located in a heavily wooded area and the antenna is mounted only about 12' high. Well to my surprise, I get all 22 , crystal clear too! My last antenna (which was a TerK) only gave me 8 or so and most of them would cut in and out during the daytime. If you don't want any surprises, check out antennaweb.org first to determine the number of channels available for your address. If you like what they say, buy this antenna, follow the installation instructions, and you will likely get similar results. It's important to point the antenna in the right direction so If you don't have a compass, you can use the compass app on your smartphone to aim the antenna is the perfect direction.

10 out of 10 found this review helpful.

5
Easy Installation and Set Up Posted by: from: on I was afraid that this wouldn't work. I have been reading about cutting the cord for 2 years. I finally did it. The antenna was easy to assembly and install. I have it installed in my garage attic. I get over 31 stations. Many repeats but that is ok. I am even getting stations that are over 100 degrees apart. I am not sure how that is working because this is a directional antenna. I know it has an operating range of 43 degrees. I have over 120 feet of cable with out a pre-amplifier. I really can't believe it works this well. I am very happy with this antenna.

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

5
Cutting The "Cord" is Not That Bad Posted by: from: on With cable/satellite bills on the rise almost each month, many subscribers are wondering should they cut the cord? Each case is unique, but lets face it, do you really watch every channel you pay for? If you can live with only network TV, then perhaps an antenna is all you need. If you want an antenna, then the ClearStream 4V should be your choice. The ClearStream 4V comes with easily followed assembly instructions. Anyone with simply tools should be able to put the unit together in short order. Aiming in the proper direction to get the maximum amount of FREE stations, might require a little trial and error. Once the proper positioning has been achieved, scan the channels on your TV. Once done, you will experience an uncompressed crystal clear picture. Perhaps one, far superior to what you are experiencing with cable or satellite compressed signal. Bottom line, for the price of one month of cable or satellite TV subscription, you can enjoy free TV for years to come.

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

5
Easy-Effective Posted by: from: on I purchased, assembled and installed this unit for my father-in-law who lives in Orlando FL. He cannot get over the EXCELLENT reception (clarity, color,sound) this unit provides. I highly recommend this antenna. Good installation instructions made assembly easy!

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

5
Don't waste your time or money on other antennae Posted by: from: Blaine, MN on After purchasing an indoor omni-directional antenna (and spending a good chunk of change) and trying it out for awhile, I found it very inadequate. Frequent pixelation, interference, and loss of signal was a regular occurrence. Then I found this antenna. It is well worth the extra money I spent. Like all digital antennae, the picture quality is great. It takes extreme weather conditions before any interference occurs, and it is usually very short-lived. A good value in the long run.

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

4
Great picture Posted by: from: on The FCC site says I have access to 3 broadcast towers, all in different directions. Fortunately the closest 1 is also the most powerful, so I could direct the antenna between the other 2. The recommendation was an antenna that could pull in channels up to 60 miles. I live on a large lake with many trees. I bought another antenna that was supposed to pull in channels up to 25 miles away & only got 2 channels (1 was a public service channel). When I 1st tried this antenna I only got 2 channels. I actually tried it on my deck while holding the antenna on a ladder to test it out. I then called the 800 help desk & it was suggested I get an amplifier, so I ordered 'The Juice', also sold by Antennas Direct. The tech also told me the directional setting for the antenna (110 degrees). I then retested & got 8 channels, including Fox, CBS, NBC & ABC. That's all I wanted. I then installed it in my attic. All told my total cost was $250 (including 50' of cable)

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

5
Works well with addition of amplifier Posted by: from: on Bought this antenna "Open Box" and have had great success over the past 4 months to watch free TV, over-the-air, in brilliant HD quality (and 5.1 surround, in many cases, too! From the Hagerstown, MD area, I can pick up all the Washington, D.C. local stations with this antenna hooked up to an amplifier (+15 dB?) the local cable company left behind after they turned off my cable TV. I have virtually no issues during storms, the picture is clear and crisp, and it doesn't fuzz out and lose signal like DirecTV did for the two years prior to getting this antenna. The J-mount looks chintzy compared to the DirecTV mount I had, but it has survived several storm with rather high winds and not budged at all. Also, the antenna was very easy to assemble (probably took me about a half hour to assemble and a bit longer to mount it on the roof with the included hardware. Many of my neighbors have asked what the goofy looking thing on my roof is...they're surprised when I tell them its a TV antenna that gets me free HD television.

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

5
Unbelievable Posted by: from: on I dumped cable for an antenna/Roku combo and haven't been happier with my decision, this antenna gave me 20+ local broadcast channels in perfect HD. It takes a little extra effort to aim the antenna to get the most channels but you'll be happy you spent the time.

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

5
Works great! Posted by: from: on Finally ditched cable and picked up one of these after trying a few cheap antennas. I could never quite get all the channels in my area that are being broadcast using an indoor antenna. My closest metropolitan area is about 50 miles away and with this antenna I am receiving all the channels that can make it this far. (at least according to various websites that predict the range of digital channels) Install was easy but be patient, there are a lot of little parts. I did end up installing my antenna on a satellite dish pole and it works fine.

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

5
Worked better then I expected Posted by: from: on Did some research on several antenna's and also spoke with several sales persons. I ended up buying this antenna, was an open box item. I installed this in my attic and have a great picture. Receive approx 50 channels. Did not expect this result. Works great for me.

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

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