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#5: TV HD Free TV
HD Free TV is an innovative flat, super thin antenna that receives high definition for 1080 HD channels. HD Free TV doesn't have any contracts, monthly fees, or price hikes, so you don't have to pay high prices for cable or satellite TV again. HD Free TV is multi-directional, which pulls in signals from all directions, and is simple for you to install. Get TV HD Free TV BOGO Deal
Remember, this is an antenna. Therefore, if you live in remote areas it will not work as well. If you get reception with rabbit ears, it should make it more clear. If you are simply looking for a antenna that gives satellite and cable quality picture and takes very little space this could be the right antenna for you.

17 comments:

  1. it work great for me, catch a lot channels

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    1. there is an anonymoous comment all the time, usually positive, I wonder if it's a true comment.

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    2. "Anonymous" and "Unknown" are both identity hiders. This has nothing to do with truth in comments. I have used both "profiles" when posting, but it does nothing to prove whether I am correct or accurate. It just keeps others from being able to track or harass me over something they might not agree with, even though I try to be as truthful as possible. I hope no one takes offense to this.

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    3. These do not work. This place is a scam can't get through to them on the phone, email doesn't work and when you do a live chat with them they hang up on you if your complaining.

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    4. This current generation so used to cable and satellite TV that they don't really understand over the air TV anymore. If you don't have cable or satellite you have to have a antenna to get a TV signal. This product is a digital version of the old rabbit ears antenna that used to come with TV's . To use this product you need to be close to the stations like in a big city and it's suburbs. If you live out in the boonies though this isn't going to work unless you have a load of repeater stations nearby. No, you are going to need a regular roof top antenna and likely a amp to pull in the stations. Another thing these commercials imply is that it's just like cable without paying for cable. This isn't so. You aren't going to get any cable channels, only the major networks like ABC/CBS/NBC/PBS/FOX/ and perhaps CW. Just depends on what stations are near you.

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  2. this product sounds great and I need one !!! I have a TV that says Digital on it, but I have tried three different antennas and none have worked !! I have four different cable settings, tried them all and I don't know which one I need to set the TV on. If this would work for my TV let me know I will buy one

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    1. If you've used three different antennas and none worked.....you're doing something wrong or you live in the sticks.

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    2. Don't use the cable setting on the TV, use antenna and then the scan for channels function.

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    3. different person then the 2 above me: it depends on where you live if you live in a city or forest you will have trouble unless you get a higher antenna but if you live on the outskirts of a city or town or where is no large buildings around then you should be fine. Also I agree with them you may be doing something wrong as well because everything is digital nowadays so if you have a old tv you may need a converter. later on they started building converters in the tv and now i think it's just digital.

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    4. I have an old outdoor antenna (about 20 years old) hooked up to 3 different tv's. Put an amplifier between the antenna and the cable that splits off to the sets. All have built in digital tuners and all pick up 17 local channels. You might want to try a signal amplifier before you give up.

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  3. If this is talking about the ClearTV product, then I have one. They are good for within 30 miles of the broadcast area. Mine did indeed pick up good, CLEAR channels. More than what we had with adjustable rabbit ears. However, at random times some of the channels did go out some of the time. I even bought a...crap...what do you call those things? Not amplifiers, but something with an A. I bought one hoping it would bring the channels back in for good. It worked. Then they went out again at random times and then come back on again. ClearTV that I have was bought at Walgreens for only $7.00 so for THAT cheap of a price, it is well worth it, even though sometimes channels still go out. You just have to do some adjusting. If you want perfect antenna service, buy an outdoor antenna.

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  4. The one I got from Amazon read exactly what I was looking for. It worked best when pointing it in the direction of the nearest broadcast station and recommended sticking it on a window. I had no windows pointing in that direction so reception was poor. It came with a 16 foot cord; I walked around and finally got excellent channels and reception holding it about my head in the middle of my bedroom. I wasn't about to have it there hanging from my ceiling. I still have cable. (I live in Las Vegas).

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  5. Took 6 weeks to arrive, then didn't work. I am in a heavily wooded area, so that may be the problem.

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  6. I use an old antenna from the early 80's. free and works great! Don't buy into the digital antenna farce.....

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  7. go ahead and waste your money on the digital antenna farce.... I will continue to use my wonderful early 80's one

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