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Suburban Advantage 45-Mile Range Outdoor Antenna

  • Captures UHF, VHF, FM and HD signals
  • Select local channels from 54 to 216 MHz and 470 to 700 MHz
  • Excellent signal range up to 45 miles
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Product Overview

The Channel Master CM 3016 is an outdoor TV antenna which will allow you to receive UHF, VHF, FM and HD signals. This antenna has a signal range of up to 45 miles and will pick up available local channels from 54 to 216 MHz and 470 to 700 MHz With an HD television you will pick up any crystal clear HD signals being broadcast in your area.
  • Reception range: channels 2 thru 69 up to 45 miles
  • Picks up UHF, VHF, FM and HD
  • Antenna size: 66 x 83.6 x 22 in.
  • Easy installation

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Price
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Ratings
(37)
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Range (miles)45756565
Indoor/OutdoorOutdoorIndoor/OutdoorOutdoorOutdoor
Signal TypeFM,UHF,VHFUHF,VHFFM,UHF,VHFFM,UHF,VHF
FeaturesHigh definition compatibleDigital,High definition compatible,Reception amplifiedNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional Features
Electronics Included ComponentsNo additional items includedChimney/Pole mount,HardwareNo additional items includedNo additional items included
Display Resolution4kStandardHDHD
Product Height (in.)6.255 in6.56.5
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
68.25
Product Height (in.)
6.25
Product Width (in.)
66.25

Details

Antenna Gain (dB)
7
Display Resolution
4k
Electronics Included Components
No additional items included
Features
High definition compatible
Indoor/Outdoor
Outdoor
Range (miles)
45
Returnable
30-Day
Signal Type
FM,UHF,VHF

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1-Year Limited Warranty

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Customer Reviews

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My needs are wide bandwidth for FM and Ch. 13 along with a complement of UHF channels. I've an e...
My needs are wide bandwidth for FM and Ch. 13 along with a complement of UHF channels. I've an easy 12 mile line of sight to the transmitter cluster and wanted enough metal up there to split for the stereo receiver without an amplifier. This old school log/yagi combo fits my needs perfectly.
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Failed to bring in Lower-VHF #6 ~ Near line of sight 10m (Full Band Antenna) 37914 to WATE Only ...
Failed to bring in Lower-VHF #6 ~ Near line of sight 10m (Full Band Antenna) 37914 to WATE Only Product box has LOWER VHF Db rating ~ not seen otherwise and 1/4 the upper VHF advertised Good construction... can be walked with and requires modest space UHF Beam is tight...so need your picks close to same direction
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The antenna was already put together just a matter of...
The antenna was already put together just a matter of unfolding it prior to installation. It pulls in stations as advertised with clear reception even on stormy days. I like it.
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If you live where you need RF channels 2-36, this antenna should be on your short list. Small eno...
If you live where you need RF channels 2-36, this antenna should be on your short list. Small enough to not be a eyesore yet has enpugh gain to pull in stations from over 50 miles out with ease.
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    This compact channel 2-51 antenna has enough gain to pull in distant stations and a wide enough p...
    This compact channel 2-51 antenna has enough gain to pull in distant stations and a wide enough pattern to use without a rotor. This antenna unlike most is designed to pull in every tv frequency used so you won't miss a single station.
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      IT WAS ABLE TO PULL IN A HARD TO GET CHANNEL! IT WAS ALSO RECOMMEND BY A TECH PERSON FROM THE THI...
      IT WAS ABLE TO PULL IN A HARD TO GET CHANNEL! IT WAS ALSO RECOMMEND BY A TECH PERSON FROM THE THIS CHANNEL! WE INSTALLED THE ANTENNA JUST A FEW WEEKS AGO.
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      If you have low vhf stations in your market, this antenna will give you a very compact size anten...
      If you have low vhf stations in your market, this antenna will give you a very compact size antenna that will get channels 2-51 from 50-60 miles away.
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        For the price these antennas do everything expected in our...
        For the price these antennas do everything expected in our area. I’m sure they will work just fine in most any other area to within the distance limits.
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        After a decade in the Arizona sun the plastic insulators...
        After a decade in the Arizona sun the plastic insulators on my old antenna were starting to crack up. The other issue was the old antenna was oversized, which makes it unnecessarily directional. This new one was sized right for a suburbinal situation, my location being about 18 miles from the TV stations. Although this antenna was a bit larger than some of the newer digital TV antennas, it had two features I liked: it did not have an amplifier or booster built in, and it included FM radio. (I split the signal at my entertainment center to I can get a good clean signal to my FM receiver.) Not having an amplifier means it doesn't have bunch of transistors up on the antenna to age and burn out, yielding the antenna prematurely useless. (Remember, I try to get a decade out of them!) The installation was straight forward, remove the old broken antenna and put up the new, carefully unfolding the elements so they don't get bent or broken. I like to use coax, so I was happy to see the antenna also included a new balun (transformer). I use electrical tape to secure the wire to the antenna boom and down the mast, which makes for a neat installation without risking a pinch or kink on the antenna wire, which was also replaced at the time. (That stuff gets old too.) I also made sure my antenna mast ground wire was securely connected to the mast and to a ground rod at the other end. (New electrical code also requires the antenna to be connected to a connection point to the house electrical ground system, this may be issue, depending on where you live. If you're putting up a new installation, this is a must.) After install, the overall performance was great, I've got all my channels back along with FM radio.
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