A:Answerin the box you will just have the white antenna with a few feet of coax cable coming out of it. Just attach the end of the cable to your "cable in" jack on your tv and that's the only connection you have to make.
A:AnswerYes, regular broadcast channels in hd, depending on how far you are from the tv transmitter. Check on the internet for "HDR tv reception" in your zip code. And the salesperson said I could bring it back if it didn't work, so no problem there.
A:AnswerYes if you have a digital converter which can be bought fairly inexpensively but if you think about the money you save by not paying a cable bill every month you could easily buy a new 55" flatscreen with the money you save in just one year and, let's face it, you deserve it so spoil yourself.
A:AnswerYes, you can move it. Mounting to wall doesn't affect the reception. In fact, I placed mine on a pedestal normally used to hold a picture frame or plate on the table just behind my flat screen TV. This allowed me to easily rotate the antenna to get the best reception for one local station (required the antenna to be moved about 90 degrees). A nice antenna, but I'm not that happy with it.
A:AnswerYou can use one antenna for multiple tvs. You need to use a splitter. I recommend using one with an amplifier attached to it. You lose signal strength the longer the wire. That is what I did at my house when we get rid I cable TV.