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Channel Master

Model # CM-3020

Internet # 203763044

Deep Fringe Advantage 100-Mile Range Outdoor Antenna

$106.07 /each

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Model # CM-3020

Internet # 203763044

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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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
22 
Product Height (in.) 
152 
Product Width (in.) 
95 
Details
Antenna Gain (dB) 
Electronics Features 
High definition compatible 
Electronics Included Components 
No additional items included 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Outdoor 
Range (miles) 
100 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Signal Type 
VHF,UHF,FM 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
90 day 

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Range (miles): 100
Indoor/Outdoor: Outdoor
Price: $100 - $150
Brand: Channel Master
Electronics Features: High definition compatible
Electronics Included Components: No additional items included
Review Rating: 4 & Up
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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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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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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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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 56 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 50 channels I get about 50 channels im in a open area fairly easy to install June 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great! I live in the foothills of NC and I'm receiving 35 channels with a rotor. Very pleased! May 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 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. April 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Free Channels Galore In East Ventura, with the antenna pointed toward Mt. Wilson (63 mi away from us) above Los Angeles, we get over 100 channels crystal clear including all of the major network channels, public broadcasting channels, and all the non-English language channels you could ever want to build your multi-lingual habits. You will likely want to purchase an extension rod/pole to mount this antenna on top of, to get higher and a better signal. We purchased and incorporated the ChannelMaster 10-foot one. The design is good, seeming a tad on the light/flimsy side, but perhaps that's standard and we haven't had any problems through a couple serious (for SoCal) storms. March 15, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Doing the job Had to install a signal booster to receive all the local channels but I'm close to the advertised range limit. April 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Purchase! Just what we wanted Our first Channel Master was purchased 45 years ago from Sunnyvale Electric. We know this channel Master we purchased from you will last as long as the first. We have always had good luck with item purchased from you. We found it on the web site and I order it for my husband and we received it in a quick turnaround. it was east to install on the roof with the two of us working together. We can now get 118 channels Thanks March 8, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by FRAGILE AT BEST ! When installed 1 year ago I felt it was flimsy, our first storm the trailing element bent down and reception suffered but I was reluctant to try to go up and fix it,. 2 nights ago this year (on Feb.24 2016) in high winds the element broke off and beat the heck out of the rest of the antenna and it still hanging there by the feed lines, Fortunately it did no damage to the roof ! I will NEVER buy another ! February 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Better performance than expected With this antenna placed about 25' above ground, I was able to receive VHF signals from over 80 miles away. Nice quality. December 29, 2015
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