Model # DB4E

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ClearStream 65-Mile Extended Long Range Outdoor DTV Antenna
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ClearStream

65-Mile Extended Long Range Outdoor DTV Antenna

$69.30 /each

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It has 3X the power and half the size, making it ideal for indoor and outdoor. The DB4e antenna is great for problematic areas, such as attics. The antenna is easy to assemble and can be roof mounted. Range is rated within 65 plus miles, making it ideal for those in locations that can pull long range signals from various directions. Antennas Direct doubles the power of traditional bow tie designs. A breakthrough in performance and reliability. We have created an antenna the size of our traditional DB4, with the performance of the DB8. The DB4e is light years ahead of our competition. No other bow tie antenna can match the DB4e's combination of power, gain and value. The new extreme range bow ties only from Antennas Direct. The most powerful compact antennas on the planet.

  • Range up to 65 plus miles strong performance across UHF DTV spectrum
  • Succeeds in difficult areas, all weather balun included
  • Flexible aiming characteristics, 60 degree beam-width, works great in attics
  • Peak gain: 14.5 dBi, front to back ratio greater than 18 dB

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aiming

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February 28, 2016
can the top grate and bottom grate be aimed in different directions ?
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March 29, 2016
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to aim the TV antenna, go to the site. http://www.antennapoint.com/
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February 29, 2016
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No, the grates cannot be moved in different directions.
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I would really like to put this inside my particularly in the basement is that at all feasible?

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March 29, 2016
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No antenna work well in the basement. The only chance it might work in a basement is if you are within 5 miles of a the TV transmitter. It would be better to place it in a closet on an upper level, if you can not place it on the roof. You could place it just outside a window though.
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February 18, 2016
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This is an outdoor antenna.
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Mounting Antenna

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November 4, 2015
There are wiring and mounting poles from satellite systems at my resident that was used by previous tenants can this antenna mount to a satellite pole and can the satellite wiring also be used to connect to this antenna?
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An over-the-air TV antenna can usually be mounted to a satellite mount after removing the satellite dish hardware. The satellite coax is probably RG6 and can also be used.
If there are satellite-service-specific splitters in the coax line, you would need to remove them, however ordinary TV splitters to connect to two TVs can be left in place if the OTA signals are strong enough. A two-way TV splitter Read More
An over-the-air TV antenna can usually be mounted to a satellite mount after removing the satellite dish hardware. The satellite coax is probably RG6 and can also be used.
If there are satellite-service-specific splitters in the coax line, you would need to remove them, however ordinary TV splitters to connect to two TVs can be left in place if the OTA signals are strong enough. A two-way TV splitter leaves each TV with only about 50% of the incoming signal. Read Less
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The wind loading on this antenna is pretty low, making a J-pole mount feasible as long as it's solidly mounted. But the location has to be suitable; it obviously was for satellite, but you need to aim the antenna(s) at the towers with a clear (as possible) line without trees and other obstructions. Some experimentation may be in order. Use one of the several web sources for locating stations by channel Read More
The wind loading on this antenna is pretty low, making a J-pole mount feasible as long as it's solidly mounted. But the location has to be suitable; it obviously was for satellite, but you need to aim the antenna(s) at the towers with a clear (as possible) line without trees and other obstructions. Some experimentation may be in order. Use one of the several web sources for locating stations by channel and direction to determine your best chances for reception (tvfool.com is my favorite, but there are others), and whether or not you also need VHF capability, as this antenna is UHF only.
As to the satellite distribution equipment, it's possible it may work, but some satellite equipment (like multiswitches) is not compatible with OTA signals. Best to run a single, new RG-6 coax to one TV for trials, and when satisfied with reception, expand to splitters and existing cabling, which may require the addition of an amplifier, as splitters and long cable runs weaken the signal, potentially to where it's unusable without help. The cabling itself is likely OK, but other components may or may not be. Take is one step at a time. Read Less
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How to install the antenna

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Does Home Depot offer installation, for a fee, for this antenna?
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Hi Weedie, unfortunately the Homedepot.com does not offer an installation to be added to this 65-Mile Extended Long Range Outdoor DTV Antenna however, you may be able to find a Home Depot recommended professional in your area at redbeacon.com. Please visit Red Beacon online or call at 1-855-723-2266. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Read More
Hi Weedie, unfortunately the Homedepot.com does not offer an installation to be added to this 65-Mile Extended Long Range Outdoor DTV Antenna however, you may be able to find a Home Depot recommended professional in your area at redbeacon.com. Please visit Red Beacon online or call at 1-855-723-2266. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot! Read Less
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 53 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works decently Seems a bit flimsy but I don't think any outdoor antenna is any more solid. Has held up good so far. Doesn't get one channel I like but still need to work on aiming it. Overall a decent antenna for the money. Shipped fast. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Wish I'd have got this years ago Fed up with everything about cable. Gambled on this. Wish I'd have got this years ago. I am now getting (for FREE) 25 to 35 channels from Milwaukee (about 20 miles away) if I point it that way and as many from the Madison area (about 55 miles away) if I point it that way. If I had know I could get both, I would have bought the db8e (might still). I love this antenna! The HD is better quality than cable - hard to believe, yet true. This does not come with a mast, so be prepared to supply your own, as well as the mounting system - I bought a chimney mount for about $13. July 14, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great antenna for all the TVs in our hous We live in Scottsdale, AZ (about 25 miles) from the TV (source) towers. I mounted this antenna on the exterior of the house and have run it into the existing cables in our house. I had to split the line 3 times to feed 5 TVs and the picture quality is flawless on every TV. Hello free HD TV and good bye cable bill. April 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great HD antenna Best HD antenna I have tried. Picks up channels that others would not. Totally happy! May 11, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Good Service at Home Depot******************************************** May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This Antenna is good for UHF frequencies. I placed it in the attic, hanging it using string This Antenna is good for UHF frequencies. But I had two VHF channel near by so it worked for that too. I placed the antenna in the attic, hanging it using string and a few small nails in the rafters. I am in San Diego, were I can get about 18 English channels and about 12 Spanish channels. I bought this antenna because of the 12dB of UHF gain. This is because I had to run my 75 ohms impedance cable about 50 feet, so I had to make up for the loss of the cable. As well as the loss of the walls of the attic , which are stucco. If you really have a roof mount, and are within 35 miles of a TV transmitter get a smaller antenna. I live in a condo, so I could not place it on the roof, that is why I placed it in the mini attic. It would also work in a closet if that is all you had, and wanted to cut out your cable bill. When I ordered it home said it could take up to 10 Days to ship, but it showed up in only 2 days. Really simple to install. Jeff March 29, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good antenna for the price... I still have to make small adjustments every once in a while (weather changes are normally the cause), but it's definitely an improvement from others I've tried, especially for the price. I currently receive 16 english channels along with multiple spanish, religious, and home shopping network channels in the Austin area. Occasionally, I pick up other local low powered channels or San Antonio channels (60-75 miles) as well, but when I started using this antenna most of my channels improved by 20-30% over anything I had been able to get before. And all of this is from a first floor apartment, about 15 miles or so from the main group of broadcast antennas, using a signal amplifier. There are multiple buildings and trees, along with hills that affect my reception, with other antennas if someone walked in front of my windows the tv would pixelate or freeze for a few seconds. This doesn't seem to be happening with this antenna so far. Definitely worth trying, and I'm betting if I was able to put it up 30 feet in the air, I'd be picking up even more with fewer issues. March 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works great Put it on a yard-high stand and stood it in the attic and it picks up just about all available channels. Turning it an inch or two one way or another makes a difference but it is easily figured out in a short time. For anyone about to switch away from cable it's not just money saved, your tv picture comes alive and sound improves with an antenna. It's kind of shocking. The broadcast towers for us are about 50 miles away. ( you can check that for your own situation on the web. Just google it or let one of the web sites selling antennas direct you to it. It's quite simple.) The only thing you need with this is an rg6 cable to connect tv to antenna. I bought one at a home depot store because they looked better made, and cost less, than what was at an electronics store. January 19, 2016
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