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- QuestionDoes this attach to the back of the TV? Does it have to be near a window? (3 Answers)Answers
- QuestionDoes this work on a Samsung Smart TV? (5 Answers)Answers
Not so fast community answer people! As long as the tv that you have has a coaxial port and a digital tuner you are in business. However many of the newer "smart" TV's on the market are being made with no coaxial port and/or no digital tuner. This trend is because many people have discovered the joys of streaming content either through their new "smart" TV or using a streaming device so who needs a coaxial port or digital tuner? Well...people that use antennas do! All's not lost. In order to use a TV missing the needed elements you can purchase a digital converter box. This allows you to connect your antenna to the television AND they have built in tuners also. A digital converter box connects to your TV via HDMI or other means (make sure you know which connection you need before you buy) and allows the TV to receive digital TV signals. A digital converter box is a one-time purchase with no monthly fees. One converter box is necessary for every TV that doesn't have a built-in digital tuner and that receives its signal over the air with an antenna.
- QuestionDo I need a TV converter box to operate the mini Mohu? (3 Answers)
- QuestionI too would like to get rid of Direct TV. Any suggestions for an antenna for zip code 55124? (4 Answers)Answers
- QuestionCompatibility (7 Answers)Answers
- QuestionDoes it work good in the City (2 Answers)Answers
- QuestionI'm getting rid of cable and would like to know whether 1 antenna will work for multiple TVs in the home or should 1 antenna be used for each TV to get channels. Thanks. (2 Answers)Answers
You might also use a splitter unit available in most stores. If you've had cable installed, you can use the antenna on the main TV, then attatch the cable runs out to other TV's. The splitter box will give you the option as to how many TV's you can service/supply.
- QuestionHow do I get local channels on my TV (2 Answers)Answers
- QuestionCan it help pull in FM radio signals too? (3 Answers)
My late 80's Pioneer receiver usually can only get 2 strong signals, 1 mile and 14 miles away. I want signals that are in the 50-70 mile range. Hills, forest for 20 miles, then flat for the other 50 miles. All cars here can get them perfectly, so weak tower signals aren't the problem.Answers
- QuestionHow many miles can I get with this antenna ? I 35 with my old one and picking up 60 Chanel's but not all the time. It loses signal a lot. Any suggestions has to be a in door. My zip is 33901 (1 Answer)Answers
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