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Model 24731

Internet #202699259

Store SKU #368016

Omni TV Indoor Antenna

$8.97 /each
  • Optimizes free digital channels for high-definition resolution
  • Ideal for today's HDTVs and complements streaming box
  • Works within 15 miles of broadcast source

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Do you stream videos through a PC, game console or other device? When you add an HD antenna, you get free local TV on your system as well. Enjoy exceptional digital reception with the GE Omni TV Indoor Antenna. Ideal for today's HDTVs or for use with your digital converter box, it features a low-profile, black and chrome design with a stable, weighted base. The dipoles and loop provide quality VHF and UHF reception. With up to Full HD 1080p, you can receive quality digital HD channels in your area. This product comes with a limited-lifetime warranty.

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will this work with older tvs that have uhf and vhf

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If you're in the US of A and you have a digital TV (ATSC) tuner and live within the range of the transmitting towers, the answer is a definite YES.
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Yes, of course.
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Hello Darrell, I’m Newf from the Home Depot’s how-to Community. Thank you for your question.
This antenna will bring in signals just fine for your television or FM radio.
When you say you have an old tv, I think you mean a tv that will not accept the new digital signals now being broadcast. No antenna can fix that issue. If your tv does not have a digital tuner, you can purchase separate add-on tuners Read More
Hello Darrell, I’m Newf from the Home Depot’s how-to Community. Thank you for your question.
This antenna will bring in signals just fine for your television or FM radio.
When you say you have an old tv, I think you mean a tv that will not accept the new digital signals now being broadcast. No antenna can fix that issue. If your tv does not have a digital tuner, you can purchase separate add-on tuners that will provide digital signal reception.
I hope this helps,
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Where is the " color code " located on my antenna, which we give me better reception in specific area?

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November 30, 2015
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The color code system is used more for outdoor antenna's. I haven't seen any indoor antennas which use this system.
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November 18, 2014
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I don’t know what you mean by “color code”. Depending on your location regarding terrain, elevation, etc. and depending on the location of the transmitters for your local stations will determine in large part, the type of antenna required to pull in the stations.
Both your general location and the specific area that the antenna is located can affect reception. The distance, terrain and obstacles Read More
I don’t know what you mean by “color code”. Depending on your location regarding terrain, elevation, etc. and depending on the location of the transmitters for your local stations will determine in large part, the type of antenna required to pull in the stations.
Both your general location and the specific area that the antenna is located can affect reception. The distance, terrain and obstacles (buildings, power lines, etc.) between you and the signal tower greatly affect the strength of the signal that reaches you. Where you locate the antenna in the room can also affect the strength of the signal that you receive. In general the higher you locate the antenna the better signal you will get. You can use a website like www.tvfool.com to find the direction your signals are coming from and locate the antenna closer to that direction. Jasco Products Tech Support (Manufacturer) Read Less
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Is this a 300 ohm or 75 ohm antenna? What type of connector does it have?

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I have an old stereo receiver that needs a 75 ohm FM antenna with 2 wires to connect to the back of the receiver. See the attached picture. I want to know if this antenna will work with my receiver.
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January 19, 2016
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Dear LarryK - This antenna is a 75ohm antenna with a coax F connecter. To install, simply connect a coax cable from the antenna directly to the antenna input on your HDTV, or by connecting a coax cable from antenna directly to the set top box antenna input, then connecting another coax cable (not included) from set top box output directly to the antenna input on your TV. If you have any further Read More
Dear LarryK - This antenna is a 75ohm antenna with a coax F connecter. To install, simply connect a coax cable from the antenna directly to the antenna input on your HDTV, or by connecting a coax cable from antenna directly to the set top box antenna input, then connecting another coax cable (not included) from set top box output directly to the antenna input on your TV. If you have any further questions, please feel free to respond or contact us through phone or email. Thank you, Jasco Products Tech Support (Manufacturer) Read Less
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How long is the cable?

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January 19, 2016
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Julie, Thank you for your question. The coax cable on the antenna is 5ft long. If you have any further questions, please feel free to respond or contact us through phone or email. Thank you, Jasco Products Tech Support (Manufacturer)
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Fit the bill. BUT The GE 24731 I received has three-segments-dipoles (15.25") instead of the one with four segments like in the picture. The home depot site does not mention the lengh of the dipole BUT the picture is definitely NOT a correct/true representation of the product. Still, I'd recommend this product because it fits the bill BUT wonder if this is a kind of 'False Advertising'. November 18, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointing This antenna was an inexpensive experiment. I recently pulled the plug on DirecTV, but I wanted to get the local channels for news and PBS. I was told that an indoor antenna would answer my needs. This antenna picked up the two stations broadcasting from my town (CBS and NBC), and it picked up PBS, but it did not pick up ABC, located about 60 miles away. Of course, I also got a variety of over-the-air channels about which I didn't care. The quality of the local stations was pretty good, but the picture broke up frequently. As I said previously, this antenna was an inexpensive experiment--it cost me $11. I purchased a different indoor antenna from Amazon for $47.99 and it brings in everything I want to watch. The ordering and receiving experience from Home Depot was first rate. March 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Getting excellent results Had no antenna for OTA HD after moving recently and decided to try the least expensive route albeit with low expectations. What a pleasant surprise as I'm getting all of the major stations with a strong signal. The antenna is not much to look at and the build quality is clearly at the minimum level but after all it just sits there, it's passive and probably wont break without human intervention. I should note that I'm within 7 miles of all of these major stations but even on the weakest station my TV reports over 80% signal strength. I'm also using a late model (2012) set and it's possible that the quality of its ATSC tuner has something to do with the stellar results. Antenna's are the way to go for HDTV without a monthly fee, and this inexpensive one may work for you if you're in an urban area reasonably close to the broadcast towers. November 5, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I just purchased this antenna and love it! Out of all the antennas that I own... I have to say, this is the best one! This model works better than my RCA amplied flatbed & my Magnavox rabbit ears. The GE 24731 is tiny & compact, but very powerful. Now I can catch every local station without any trouble! October 21, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works like a champ Bought this recently in store for a 13 year old TV. It's connected to a digital converter too. Works great! February 22, 2013
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