A: Yes it will work great.
A: If used inside a attic space of a house with a asphalt shingle roof, yes. You can expect slightly lower performace(3Db) vs outdoors
A: As long as you don't have a metal roof which blocks the signal
A: The antenna is for outdoor use, and this is how I am using it. We are fine with no cable or satellite bills. I do not know how well it would work in the attic space, but it should pick up signals.
A: Yes, it is large if you have the room, also it's directional so it will only pick up stations it's pointed to.
A: Yes, it has the connector for your Coaxial cable.
A: Yes, it is included.
A: Yes it does.
A: No, it does not come with a Balun connector for the coax.
A: Based on your location, reception varies. So, you will get 25 to 60 channels. I get 32 channels.
A: Mary, I understand your confusion. There are a few differences between each of the 60 mile range antennas. The Masterpiece Series antenna (Model CM-5018) is directional & picks up all over-the-air signals (Low & High VHF/UHF/FM). It's built with the highest quality materials & is the highest performing 60 mile range antenna on the market. The Advantage 60 (Model CM-3018) is also directional and picks up all over-the-air signals (Low & High VHF/UHF/FM). It's the largest size 60 mile range antenna. It picks up all signals equally well (the CM-5018 outperforms the CM-3018 in receiving power with exception of low VHF which is the most rare of all broadcast signals. Most areas do not need low VHF reception now a days. The Digital Advantage 60 (Model CM-2018) is directional and picks up High VHF/UHF/FM signals. It's smaller & slightly less powerful than the CM-3018 & CM-5018 models. It doesn't pick up low VHF signals but, there's a good chance you don't need low VHF reception at your location. The ULTRAtenna 60 (Model CM-4221HD) is multi-directional & picks up High VHF/UHF/FM signals. It picks up UHF signals extremely well and has a receiving angle of up to 180 degrees which helps in areas where signals are being broadcast from multiple directions.
A: The larger the antenna, the more distant station it can pick up and the local stations will have a better signal. However it needs to be mounted on a pole which is not included. All tv stations now broadcast in digital format. You can’t get a station more than 30 miles away.
A: All Channel Master TV antennas require coaxial cable (75 ohm) to connect the received signals to your television(s).
A: This TV antenna has a 300 ohm connection as do all others. It requires a balun (matching transformer) to connect to 75 ohm coax. Quad shielded RG6 coax is usually the best choice.
A: Rg6 coax.
A: Works really well in south Florida as we have several vhf channel's good combo antenna!
A: Antena goes from twin feed to coaxial.
A: I used RG6 coax to an amplifier/splitter. Twinlead would work but won't last, any coax would be much better
A: rg6 coax
A: Coax, I added an amplifier also which attached to post.
|Name||Elite 7550 Long Range VHF/UHF Outdoor HDTV Antenna||60-Mile Range UHF/VHF/FM HD TV Outdoor Antenna||65-Mile Range Indoor/Outdoor HDTV Antenna||65-Mile Range Indoor/Outdoor HDTV HI-VHF Antenna|
|Features||Digital,High definition compatible,Reception amplified||High definition compatible||No Additional Features||No Additional Features|
|Electronics Included Components||Chimney/Pole mount,Hardware||No additional items included||No additional items included||No additional items included|
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