RCA UHF/VHF Amplified Indoor HDTV Antenna
Watch HD television without committing to a cable subscription thanks to this amplified antenna, which is designed to blend seamlessly into home-theater setups.
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This indoor antenna catches signals from local broadcasters to unlock a vast array of HD channels, delivering a viewing experience almost indistinguishable from cable television. Its gold-plated connectors and three-stage signal amplifier ensure channels come in sharp and vibrant instead of grainy.
Unlike old-fashioned models, this antenna doesn’t go on your roof and won’t take up much space in your home. In fact, its compact design allows it to go unnoticed when placed on a shelf in your entertainment center or on a windowsill behind a curtain.
- Product number: ANT1250
- Compatible with terrestrial HDTV broadcasts
- Receives off-air signals for local programming
- Amplifies up to 45dB
- Supports UHF and VHF frequencies
- Gold-plated connectors
- 3-stage amplifier
- Low-noise circuit
- Adjustable UHF loop
- Reflector-enhanced reception
- Integrated 3-way cable/antenna switch
- Bypass turns off the amplifier and separates VHF and UHF gain controls
- Protective scuff pads
- Weight: 2lb.
- Product dimensions: 5”x8”x9.1”
- Condition: new
- Warranty: 90 days parts-and-labor warranty provided by A4C
At a time when few Americans could imagine listening to voices transmitted into their homes from afar, the Radio Corporation of America helped pioneer the future of both communication and entertainment. The company was cobbled together from diverse radio patents in 1919, but it soon had a concrete representative in millions of American homes: an RCA-branded radio set, often broadcasting shows from RCA’s own network, NBC. Decades later, the company was again on the forefront of innovation, creating the all-electronic color television system that was declared the U.S. standard in 1953. Almost a century after its inception, the brand can still be found in living rooms throughout the U.S., emblazoned on flat-screen televisions, laptops, and tablet computers.
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