Directional Indoor UHF/VHF HDTVi Antenna

Directional Indoor UHF/VHF HDTVi Antenna


Hey, it’s Bauer. Check it out, this is the AstroBlaster 9000. [pew pew, pew, pew]. No. It’s an Antenna, HD antenna actually. A very, very kind of odd-looking one, but it’s going to get the job done really, really well. This is the deal, right? The big digital TV transition is coming, it might have already passed, depending when you are looking at this. It’s definitely happening, and it’s time to start preparing. Maybe you get your high definition TV over the air, maybe you are using cable, either way, it would be a good idea to look into one of these, because you’re going to be able to get all over your over the air, high definition channels with this antenna. And there may be channels, especially if you live in an apartment building or something like that, that your not getting with just simple rabbit ears. And this is going to allow you to tune into those. And also, something you may not be aware of, two things you may not be aware of, over the air high definition broadcast, can actually, a lot of the time, most of the time really, be of higher quality than you will get over a satellite or over cable. That’s because they’re not being compressed to fit down the satellite or cable pipes. They’re actually coming through in full resolution. The other thing that you may not realize, is there are sub-carrier channels out there that you might not be getting over cable that you are only availabe to you over the air. Like a local weather channel, that one of your local channels may be airing, or a local sports channel, or a local information channel, some of your local channels maybe be airing on their new sub-carrier channels. You’re not going to be able to get those on a lot of cable operators. You will be able to get those with this antenna, the HDTV Indoor Antenna from Turk. Now, this antenna does have two have separate antennas on it, alright. This one right here is your UHF antenna, and that’s going to allow you to pull in those UHF channels and those UHF frequencies. This can be configured in two different ways. It can be horizontal like that, or it can be vertical, like that, depending on which way gives you the best reception and really which way you would like it to look in your home. On the back, it has your VHF dipole, rabbit ears style, antenna as well. And you think, god, we still haven’t gotten away from rabbit ears. Nope, we haven’t, they’re still around, and they’re still very, very useful, and these are going to help you tune in to those VHF channels. In fact, look how long these thing are. Look at this. So look, the way this thing works is you actually are able to touch the antenna that you’re trying get, 30 miles away. You just stick this out your window, and it touches the broadcast tower, and then you bring in your channels. Well it might not be that long, but these things are ridiculously long. And length means serious reception. So, this is going to help you get all those channels that you get over the air, that you otherwise proabably wouldnt’ be able to get with simple rabbit ears, or like I said, wouldn’t be able to get it even over your cable operator, because there are a bunch of digital channels out there. So, if you’re one of these people that is not using cable, that is not using satellite, is going to have to get all of your broadcast over the air, also, if you’re somebody who’s using the new digital converter boxes, it’s a really good idea to go ahead and upgrade that antenna. If you don’t want to have sort of an ugly, unsightly, outdoor antenna installed, if you want to go through the hassel, maybe you live in a condo or an apartment that won’t allow you to install an outdoor antenna, this is a really, really great, indoor antenna that will be able to serve you very well and pull in tons of channels and tons of high-def content and tons of digital content that you otherwise probably wouldn’t be able to reach with a standard antenna. So, even if you have cable, and even if you have satellite, it’s not a bad idea to have an antenna like this, especially for backup. If you’re a satellite user, you know that you have a lot of trouble sometimes in bad weather getting your satellite signal to your TV. You can always have one of these as a backup, so you won’t miss the game, you won’t miss the news, so you won’t miss any of the stuff on your local channels when the weather gets bad, and even if you have cable, it is good to have one of these, because there are channels out there that are available to you, and this is going to get higher quality over the air broadcast– or higher quality high definition content than you’re going to get from your cable or satellite provider. Set up and installation can be a little tricky with an antenna like this, you have your coaxial cable and you plug it into the antenna port on the back of your TV. Alright, so maybe it’s not that complicated, it’s actually very simple. Have a look at this, it’s a good idea to have a high definition antenna around, and this is definitely good one. It’s the Turk HDTV Indoor Antenna, and you can go grab it now. For more information on the Turk HDTV Indoor Antenna, which will help you juice up your indoor HDTV reception, go to any of the retailers listed here, and type in A299-2020. For computerTV, I’m Bauer. (C) 2008 SYX Services, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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