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McDuory Outdoor Amplified Digital Antenna 150 Mile HDTV Antenna - 360 degree rotation with infrared control - High Performance in UHF/VHF- 40 Feet RG6 Cable/Mounting Pole/2-Way Splitter included

This Outdoor HDTV antenna is designed to receive digital TV UHF/VHF signals while providing high quality HDTV pictures. You can enjoy HDTV without the high cost of cable or satellite. With a built-in rotor, turn a full 360 degrees using the infrared remote control.

Features:
1. Easy-to-follow user manual for perfect and easy Tools-free installation
2. Built-in Low-Noise and High Gain Amplifier
3. Built-in motor turns the antenna 360 degrees
4. Motor turns in both directions to avoid tangles
5. Infrared remote controller Control Box with Dual TV Outputs is included
6.Recommended to be mounted 30 feet above ground

Specifications:
Working Frequency: VHF 170~230MHz, UHF 470~890MHz
Nose Figure: Typical Antenna Gain: VHF 28~32dB, UHF 32~36dB
Reception Range: 150 Miles
Impedance: 75Ohm
Max Output Level: 105dB u V
Main Voltage: AC120V +/- 10% / 60Hz
Operation Temperature: -10 degree ~ 50 degree
Coaxial Cable Length: 40FT
Package Dimensions: 17.5*12.24*4.02 inches with 6.4 Pounds

Packaging Contents
1 X HDTV Yagi Antenna Built-in amplifier
1 X Motor-Fixed bolster and 40ft Coaxial Cable
1X 2-way splitter
1 X Infrared Remote Control
1 X Power Supply
1 X UL Adaptor
1 X J-shape mounting Pole

Note: TV signal reception is immensely affected by the conditions such as antenna height, terrain, distance from broadcasting transmission antenna and output power of transmitter. Channels you can watch may vary depending on these conditions.

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