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Sunday, September 6, 2009

Antennas Direct DB4 Multi Directional HDTV Antenna

The DB4 has become our most popular model because it is simply the best Mid Range HDTV antenna on the market. With an approximate 13.7 dB gain, it is one of the strongest multi-directional antennas available and performs consistently across the entire UHF spectrum. It even works well in areas where HD transmitters are in multiple directions

Weight : 4.6lb
13.7 dB Gain, Strong performance across entire UHF band (Channels 14-69)

Customer feedback:

1. This antenna is hands down, awesome. The J-bar and butterfly screws that are included give it a secure hold on just about any surface (brick, concrete, wood). For portability sake, I have the DB4 drilled into a cinder block, for ease of lining up the signals. Use a compass! Don't guess. You'll quickly see that this antenna does exactly what your money pays for and more.
If you are trying to decide between an indoor antenna and outdoor. Look no further. Outdoor is much more reliable ... when it rains or snows, this one has never failed me. Don't be fooled by amplifiers, you don't need it with the DB4 if you have outdoor access and 50-75ft of cable distance.

2. The DB4 was the strongest antenna I have tried. It is also the only one that receives every digital station at nearly 40 miles from the Kansas City stations, (and my signal meter pegged.) I was even able to pick up a few out of area stations I was not expecting. The build quality is better than anything else I have seen.
I have recommended the DB4 to several friends who are also having similar success. It would be hard to screw up HD reception with a DB4, but I would not use an antenna as strong is this if you live less than 5 miles from the transmitters as you may encounter multipath interference.
Also keep in mind, even a great antenna can not make up for line of sight obstacles such as buildings and hills, and no antenna will it solve installation errors with, poor connections, splitters, long cable runs, low elevation or faulty tuners.

Antennas Direct DB4 Multi Directional HDTV Antenna

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