Model # HD8200U

Internet #204701107

Winegard 65-Mile Range Indoor/Outdoor HDTV Antenna
0615798398491

Winegard

65-Mile Range Indoor/Outdoor HDTV Antenna

$12257 /each
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Product Overview

Need maximum performance, the Winegard HD8200U is a great choice for long range DTV reception. Increased elements and Trilinear directors boost DTV performance to the highest level. Featuring 34 VHF elements and 35 UHF elements, it pulls in channels 2 to 69.
  • All channel UHF, VHF and FM antenna
  • Surface mount coupler board provides ultra-efficient transfer of signal
  • Heavy duty platinum line
  • Long lasting and provides superior performance
  • Range: 65 miles

Product Overview

Need maximum performance, the Winegard HD8200U is a great choice for long range DTV reception. Increased elements and Trilinear directors boost DTV performance to the highest level. Featuring 34 VHF elements and 35 UHF elements, it pulls in channels 2 to 69.

  • All channel UHF, VHF and FM antenna
  • Surface mount coupler board provides ultra-efficient transfer of signal
  • Heavy duty platinum line
  • Long lasting and provides superior performance
  • Range: 65 miles

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
99.5
Product Height (in.)
6.5
Product Width (in.)
7.75

Details

Antenna Gain (dB)
0
Electronics Included Components
No additional items included
Features
No Additional Features
Indoor/Outdoor
Outdoor
Range (miles)
65
Returnable
90-Day
Signal Type
FM,UHF,VHF

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
NINETY DAYS LIMITED

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
99.5
Product Height (in.)
6.5
Product Width (in.)
7.75

Details

Antenna Gain (dB)
0
Electronics Included Components
No additional items included
Features
No Additional Features
Indoor/Outdoor
Outdoor
Range (miles)
65
Returnable
90-Day
Signal Type
FM,UHF,VHF

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
NINETY DAYS LIMITED

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Customer Questions & Answers

Do I need a pre amp with this?

I live about 40 miles from the local stations which transmit from 2 clusters about 40 degrees apart. Will this even work for me?
Asked by: Centari
I'm getting signls from 65 miles away and additional stations in different directions. This is a large antenna and is definitely a step in the right direction
Answered by: SkyHigh
Date published: 2017-07-20

will it work with hdtv broadcasts

Asked by: jimmy
Absolutely, it is in fact overkill in most situations, but as many other ones are not much cheaper, this is a better safe than sorry buy. The only difference between DTV ATSC (in the US) and analog was that they got rid of nearly 100% of the lo VHF and a bit of the VHF, as well as the higher UHF, now they just use frequencies between 50 and 700 MHz with a skip somewhere in the middle. This antenna still does lower VHF and I don't believe it is designed for the ~300-400 skip. I've only seen one antenna that overtly was designed with this middle skip. The lo-VHF elements are the super long ones towards the back, which make it unwieldy and very large, they are also more prone to bend in high winds as from all the antennae I've seen they are made with the same strength and gauge aluminum as the shorter ones. B unless they've cheapened them over the years, they are generally good up to 70, one brand gives specs at 100 mph, but that is unusual. OTA broadcast is generally uncompressed and much better quality than cable/satellite regardless of 480, 720, 1080i it is crisp. I attached a pic with a similar antenna older model from same manufacturer getting a station from over 100 miles with no "amplifier" or special cable.
Answered by: FringeDXer
Date published: 2017-03-22

Will this antenna pull in low power re-transmitters

Most of the stations in my area are low power re-transmitters. Some as low as 10 watts. All are about 15 miles away. I have a clear view of one of them, ( two stations, one of them analog) but the other is behind a low hill. ( three stations, one of them analog) High humidity will prevent picking up several of them. Will this antenna correct that problem?
Asked by: JuniperJack
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Customer Reviews

65-Mile Range Indoor/Outdoor HDTV Antenna is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I bought this antenna knowing I was stretching its 65 mile range to the limits. My cabin is more ... I bought this antenna knowing I was stretching its 65 mile range to the limits. My cabin is more than 70 miles from the tv towers and I am located in a low area surrounded by trees. I added a rotator and a pre amp. I am currently getting 6 channels. I was hoping for more...but I am satisfied with the picture quality and signal strength.
Date published: 2017-06-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Large Antenna, but not too heavy, Great Reception and I do not need to amplify the signal. Anten... Large Antenna, but not too heavy, Great Reception and I do not need to amplify the signal. Antenna signal is split across 6 rooms, no problem.
Date published: 2017-07-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This antenna worked great. The only issue I see is how the cable connects to the Antenna (Balun?... This antenna worked great. The only issue I see is how the cable connects to the Antenna (Balun?). This is a very light plastic box attached to the antenna itself. the cover is bigger than the attached part and pops off readily with a knock or tug on the cable. Box should be inline with wire lugs to the antenna.
Date published: 2017-01-24
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