Are you tired of dishing out $1,500 or more annually for satellite/cable TV subscriptions? Maybe it’s time to invest in a reliable indoor/outdoor HDTV antenna. A HDTV antenna allows your television to pick free local/live network television channels for instance CBS, FOX, NBC, ABC and a host of others for a one-time pocket friendly price. This HDTV antenna review will introduce you to 7 most popular HDTV antennas in 2016.
After testing various antennas in different urban areas for instance New York City and several rural areas like Vermont, we came up with 7 most popular HDTV antennas on the market.
Our ranking was done based on the number of channels received, signal pick-up range, audio-visual quality, design, the number of major channels received and the actual performance of the antenna. These antennas promise to bring crystal-clear high definition television right to your living room.
The Terk Trinity Amplified Indoor HDTV antenna provides excellent signal reception for those who do not prefer outdoor HDTV antennas.
This three-pronged antenna may not look as elegant and sleek as most of the antennas on this list but it makes up for its goofy looks by pulling more than 34 channels from up to sixty miles away.
This antenna uses a technology called “Trimodal-approach” to amplify weak signals when need arises and to leave the strong ones alone. This inexpensive device even filters out signal interference to guarantee high quality audio-visual performance.
For those living in smaller communities far from a transmitter, this is the ideal HDTV antenna for you. This sleek and elegant antenna picks up both UHF and VHF signals. Its razor-thin design comes in white or black, which can be re-painted to match the interior of your home.
The Winegard Flatwave Amped antenna has the ability to pull channels from as far as 50 miles. In addition, it features a build-in amplifier which increases signal strength and completely eliminates signal interference. Furthermore, it comes with an 18-foot coaxial cable which gives you the freedom to position it in the best possible location in your home.
This nearly paper-leaf thin antenna is ideal for compact living spaces. Mohu Leaf Metro antenna was designed for homes located close to broadcast transmitters.
Even though its signal range reaches only 25 miles, this antenna still delivers High Definition broadcast straight to your television.
Not only does it come in black or white, but also it can be painted to match any interior. In addition, it is easy to set up and comes with a 10 foot coaxial cable which allows you to install it near the strongest signals. When it comes to price, sleekness and ease of setup, the Mohu Leaf Metro antenna is second to none.
This powerful and most affordable HDTV antenna has the ability to pull in almost all the available stations within range. It has the ability to deliver High Definition broadcasting with minimal signal interference. Retailing at only $10, this is arguably the cheapest and most efficient HDTV antenna on the market.
This HDTV antenna is ideal for those who are in a difficult location for TV reception. Also, if your desire is to get as many channels as possible, this is the best antenna for you.
The RCA Ultra-thin Amplified HDTV antenna is a little bit heavier compared to the Mohu Leaf Metro but it has top class reception capabilities than any other antenna on the market. This classic antenna has the ability to capture more than 41 channels from up to 60 miles away.
With its simple but unique metal-frame design, this outdoor/indoor HDTV antenna is capable of delivering High Definition broadcasting to your television just like the Mohu Leaf Metro antenna. Furthermore, the antenna is super easy to set up and is ideal for both outdoor and indoor use.
The elegant Channel Master High UHF, VHF-HDTV Antenna allows you to view your favorite channels in High Definition and crystal clear form for free. This outdoor HDTV antenna is designed to receive signals up to a range of sixty miles. Its design readily allows for Attic or Roof installations which gives it stability to capture both High Definition and local signals.
A HDTV antenna is the cheapest and most suitable alternative to minimize your satellite/cable TV subscription charges. Indoor HDTV antennas are a breeze to set up and do not need you to climb onto your roof or into your attic to set them up. On the other hand, outdoor HDTV antennas get a slightly excellent signal range. The choice is yours.