Model # HD7698P

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Winegard 65-Mile Range Indoor/Outdoor HDTV HI-VHF Antenna
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Winegard

65-Mile Range Indoor/Outdoor HDTV HI-VHF Antenna

$121.08 /each

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HDTV received through an antenna provides a higher quality picture than cable or satellite with no compression. HDTV antenna broadcasts also offer room filling, ultra realistic 5.1 channel digital surround sound. The HDTV high band antenna is one of the most powerful antennas from Winegard. Its increased elements and Trilinear directors boost DTV performance to the maximum levels. The HD7698P is the only choice for long range DTV and HDTV reception.

  • Most powerful long range antenna to receive high UHF and VHF frequencies
  • Heavy duty platinum line antenna
  • Long lasting and provides superior performance
  • 168.25 in. boom length
  • Range: 65 miles
  • Dim: 33 in. H x 53.5 in. W

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Can this be installed in an attic

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Yes, but you need to check several things first. First, check the dimensions of this antenna to see if it will fit inside your attic. Then check to see where the desired TV station transmitting sites that you want to receive are located in relation to your location. Then check to see if the antenna will fit inside your attic, pointing towards the desired TV station transmitting sites that you want to Read More
Yes, but you need to check several things first. First, check the dimensions of this antenna to see if it will fit inside your attic. Then check to see where the desired TV station transmitting sites that you want to receive are located in relation to your location. Then check to see if the antenna will fit inside your attic, pointing towards the desired TV station transmitting sites that you want to receive. Remember that the TV signal strength will be a lot weaker from inside your attic than outside on your roof. Here is a site that can determine the location and distances of the TV stations in your area www.tvfool.com and go to Check Your Address for Free TV. Read Less
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Yes, you can install this antenna in the attic.
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65-Mile Range Indoor/Outdoor HDTV HI-VHF Antenna is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The basic design of the antenna is excellent. The ability of the antenna to receive weak signals... The basic design of the antenna is excellent. The ability of the antenna to receive weak signals is better than most antenna in this size. They have a serious design flaw in the box that connects the RG6 cable to the antenna. I kept losing the signal, and had to remove the box, and try to reattach it, but I kept losing the signal. I finally disassembled the antenna and found that the VHF connection is poorly designed and it bends the forks and slips off. When I called the support line they told me that my wire had a break in it, when they fully knew about the design flaw and did not mention it. I have the unit working by partially attaching the box so the prongs do not bend and slip off. This solution works since my antenna is in the attic, it will not work outside.
Date published: 2016-12-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works better than expected product was not as heavy duty as I thought it would be. We have had a couple of heavy winds since I installed it and it is holding up well. Happy with the reception that we are getting with it 60+ channels
Date published: 2016-08-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Antenna for the money. Great performing antenna for the money! Clear step by step assembly instructions. I really like the built in 75ohm connection underneath the antenna. That was always the "weak" point on other antennas as they would become weathered and a intermittent connection point. Pulls in channels 7 thru 69! No need to worry about channels 2-6 in my area. I'm also using a Channel Master model cm-7778 pre-amp with this and have it mounted on a rotator. All of this is mounted atop a 30ft Rohn tower next to my house. Located in South Central PA., I'm able to get all the Baltimore and D.C. stations and of course the Harrisburg and York, PA. stations with no questions!
Date published: 2015-08-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cheap Built and will not do as advertized. I took down a 20 year old antenna which the aluminum veins had fell off and replaced with this new antenna. I lost a local CBS channel 13 which is only 35 miles away. I'm ready to put my old antenna back on. this new antenna is cheaply built and will not do the job. my only problem is I'm out cash which I paid an Individual to climb up my 30 foot tower to Install. Do yourself a favor and stay away from this piece of JUNK.....!
Date published: 2016-03-17
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