Watch HD channels over the air with this Antennas Direct ClearStream 4MAX antenna. This long-range attic/outdoor TV antenna has quick-connect assembly that makes setup easy. It receives TV signals from over 70 miles away, and its multi-directional UHF and Hi-VHF configurations provide optimal reception without having to aim it. The ClearStream 4MAX is whole-home ready and connects with existing satellite or a cable provider’s wiring to deliver the antenna's signal to all your TVs. There are also many advantages to an outdoor TV antenna over an indoor antenna. An outdoor antenna will have fewer obstructions and less interference (noise) from electronics devices inside your home. This Antennas Direct ClearStream 4MAX antenna includes a 20-inch mast with a pivoting base to allow for installations on horizontal or vertical surfaces like a roof, fascia, or attic. Note: the range of this antenna will vary greatly depending on the height, power, and frequency coming from the TV tower, as well as the height of the antenna installation, the terrain and obstacles between your home and the broadcast towers.
Compatible with all HDTVs
Receives HD TV channels with clear, crisp signals from networks like, ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, and many more without the need for a cable package.
Receives Hi-VHF and UHF signals (174 MHz-700 MHz)
Dedicated UHF and Hi-VHF multi-directional elements deliver range and reception in less than ideal locations; no aiming necessary.
Features quick-connect parts
The innovative design and accessories allows for quick setup and easy installation.
70-mile long-range reception
Durable, lightweight, premium materials for maximum performance.
The ClearStream 4MAX attic/outdoor antenna will provide signals to many TVs
If your residence ever had satellite or cable TV service, the coaxial cable needed to distribute the antenna's signal throughout the home is already installed.
A:AnswerThe primary difference between the C4MVJ and the C4-V-CJM are the compared pickup paths. The Clearstream 4 Max, model C4MVJ, has a 43° pickup path from the front and back because it does not have reflectors behind the loop elements. The Clearstream 4 V, model C4-V-CJM has a 43° path from the front with much less reception from the back and sides because it has reflectors behind its loop elements.
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A:AnswerYes an amplifier can be added to the Clearstream 4 max. Amplifiers do not always improve a weak signal because it can only add power to signal after it hits the antenna.
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A:AnswerI did exactly what you mentioned, and tossed the dish in the trash after sending back their receiver. I recall I had some issue with a switch or hook up in the box DISH used before entering the house. I called Clearstream and they walked me through what I needed to do. Voila! I get amazing reception and I am pulling from opposite directions, 50 miles each way. HD is great as well and I am saving a ton. Cut DISH, got Hulu and Netflix and saving hundreds a month.
A:AnswerGreetings from Antennas Direct! We've had people connect 8 TVs to one antenna, so you just have to remember every time you split the signal, you loose some gain from the antenna. You may need to use a preamplifier or a distribution amplifier to regain some signal strength. If you would like to call us we are available 7 days a week, toll-free at 1-877-825-5572. The call and support are free. No obligation to purchase. Our hours are. 9am to 9pm Mon - Fri and Sat – Sun 10am to 6pm Central Time.
A:AnswerVery easy to mound outside or inside I mounted on the outside of my deck with a cordless screwdriver? Depending on location on the outside of your application might need somebody from the geek squad
A:AnswerWe used the coaxial wires from our former satellite provider to successfully connect 4 televisions. No amplifier was needed. The antenna was mounted near where the satellite dish was located. Installation took about 60 minutes. Scanning the channels on each television was what consumed most of our time but it is well worth the time spent. I hope this helps you out.