Model # CM-3020

Internet #203763044

Channel Master Deep Fringe Advantage 100-Mile Range Outdoor Antenna
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Channel Master

Deep Fringe Advantage 100-Mile Range Outdoor Antenna

$119.99 /each

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The Channel Master CM 3020 is an outdoor TV antenna that is designed for deep fringe reception areas and will allow you to receive UHF, VHF, FM and HD signals. This antenna has a signal range of up to 100 miles and will pick up available local channels from 54 to 216 MHz and 470 to 700 MHz With an HD television you will pick up any crystal clear HD signals being broadcast in your area.

  • Reception range: channels 2 thru 69 up to 100 miles
  • Picks up UHF, VHF, FM and HD
  • Antenna size: 152 x 95 x 22 in.
  • Superior signal strength in weak signal locations
  • Easy installation

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Is the mast and cable included?

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No.
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No. You need to purchase the cable and mast.
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August 11, 2015
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NO. Does not include mast or coax cable (recommend RG6 with terminated fittings). You can buy the cable at the HD in 25', 50' and 100' lengths. They can help you with a mast as well.
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Do I need a rotor?

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Butner, NC
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February 5, 2016
Is the antenna omnidirectional, or will I need a rotor? Is so, what size?
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Depends on whether the TV towers are located at various compass points. I lucked out. Mine are all in a line about 50 miles away so no rotor was needed.
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Yes it's directional rotor would be a good idea unless your stations are are in the same direction, however with HD reception moving the antenna moving the antenna a few degrees can be the difference of getting or not getting the station. Rotors are kind of pricey but will pay for itself in giving up cable in about two months sometimes in one month depending how much you pay for cable. Rotors are about Read More
Yes it's directional rotor would be a good idea unless your stations are are in the same direction, however with HD reception moving the antenna moving the antenna a few degrees can be the difference of getting or not getting the station. Rotors are kind of pricey but will pay for itself in giving up cable in about two months sometimes in one month depending how much you pay for cable. Rotors are about 125 dollars. Sometimes you can find them on e-bay cheaper Read Less
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Mounting hardware

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January 29, 2016
Does this include mounting hardware. I understand it does not include a master, but does it include the clamps needed to attach to a mast?
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Yes. Two u-bolt clamps for the main rod and another for the support braces.
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Yes, the antenna does include the mounting hardware.
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Can this be mounted inside an attic?

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No. It is strictly an outdoor antenna.
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I tried this and found the reception to be quite a bit less compared to mounting it 15 feet away out on the roof.
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Deep Fringe Advantage 100-Mile Range Outdoor Antenna is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 63.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality product I was amazed at the size even though I knew it was going to be 110" inches long. The directions were lacking but I was able to put it up without any leftover parts. I was able to receive all the channels I was looking to get being about 70 miles outside of Chicago and I am pleased to have free TV.
Date published: 2016-09-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great price for this type of antenna Antenna was easy to put together and brings the channels in with good color and sound.
Date published: 2016-09-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Antenna, Great Range, Great Price! I live in Rancho Cucamonga which is about 50 miles away from Los Angeles. I have tried numerous antennas with no luck. This is by far the best antenna out there. All the channels are very clear but you have to be careful on the lenght of your cable/wiring. You will drop a couple of channels if your cable is too long...which you might need a signal amplifier. I get all the channels including CBS and ABC which are the hardest to get in my area. I installed this antenna in the attic...the antenna is very, very long so make sure you have enough space. The antenna does not come with a mast, which you need. Make sure you buy one. You will also need the roof/attic mount.
Date published: 2013-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Seems to be great I've been using this product for about a month now and am overall happy with it. It assembles easy enough thankfully because the instructions are terrible. I get great reception for all my local channels (35-55 miles to towers) and good reception when aiming toward nearest metro towers (75+ miles away). It doesn't come with a mast or mounting hardware. I used a fence post for a mast found in my local HD intended for chain link fence, it works wonderfully. I have a pretty decent run of cable to my tuners (150+ feet), with a couple splitters along the way. Do notice some signal loss there, which I had expected. Overall it is great.
Date published: 2013-04-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from channel master antenna Junk. Climbed all the way up on the roof, took the old antenna down and put up the new one despite a strong headwind...only to discover I get fewer channels now. 100 miles my foot.. Can't even go 50. Now what? Climb back up and take it down? Gotta renew my life insurance first.
Date published: 2016-11-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Didn't perform as I was expecting. Antenna did not work any better than my 45 mile antenna I already have.
Date published: 2016-09-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This antenna was easy to put together and works well I would recommend This antenna was easy to put together and works well I would recommend
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Satisfied Returned first one to HD store because of broken plastic retainer. Second one arrived promptly and was fine. Construction seems a little flimsy, but would probably hold up outdoors because of support braces. Mounted it in attic. Took some work because of attic braces, but succeeded. I have a similar antenna mounted about 6 ft higher outdoors. This one's reception was almost the same as the external one (I'll use this for backup in case the 25 yr old external one fails in a storm). Overall I'm happy with its performance and would buy it again. BTW, did it myself, but two people would be best if doing it outdoors.
Date published: 2016-04-09
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