Lee Lowe: The dish is still working but I want to call them and cancel. If I get the
antenna I was hoping I could take off the dish, and attach to the post.
Are you saying the dish will still work even after it is turned off? or by
just using the wiring to my tv? Thank you for the reply.
James McDonald: I had to give a thumbs up when you said FRYs, FRYs is the best electronic
store, I built 2 desktops their well I bought the parts and built it at
home frys is amazing
Lee Lowe: Can I use the cables that are left from my dish network. Do I need to
change the ends or anything if I can.
GuyBodart: I tried that kind of antenna and I got nothing. It's weird, because a
rabbit antenna works a little bit. Not very well. I am using an analog box
converter to digital, I get nothing at all !! Do I need to remove the
converter box???I have a HDTV Mitsubishi 65'
P Mashburn: Try this to find out what direction your programming is coming from and
where to point your antenna. It does make a difference.
AhiskaGuli2012: lol did u get Russian Chanel ?
william wood: move the antenna away from your tv.
Eric Mott: Time to get a job that allows you to pay for cable or satellite....
Nick Brazel: You're worried about mounting it to the outside of your house, but not
worried about shoving toilet paper into a hole in your ceiling...
TM871 Videos: @ MrSoultalker432 As of 2009, law idiots forced local ota stations to
transmit at digital-only signal, so no more old analog channels for box
TV's unfortunately.. but you can get a digital converter box from any
retail store. Personally, I hate digital, the picture may be crystal clear
at first, but when something little interrupts the signal for just a little
bit, The whole picture frezzes and goes black, as opposed to the older
analog channels, which just shows teeny static.
VattesLori: Sorry. I didn't see what Bonnie said until I typed my comment.
Nicolaj Larsen: Do there exist a kind of antenna that converts the already digital signal
into a analog signal so it can work with a older tv?.
VattesLori: Make sure you use your original remote for the tv and select antenna
instead of cable. You might get more channels.
Ur crush has purple dyed hair and is very insane she uses both MAC&PC but also uses Linux obviously: Wish we had Frys in the UK
Alan Newby: Bull crap it did not work I try every thing no then don't try it
dhide14: What a hack
judges69: That antenna is one of the better antennas on the market.
You should do some research before installing a antenna.
You had the back of the antenna to the window, that's why you did not get
You also have to point the antenna in the direction of the channel you want
to get, so research will help you a lot.
100 ft cable will lower your power output, you want only long enough to
where you mount antenna.
Outside on roof is always best or attic.
And in the attic pointed at space is not the best location to point the
Top o Matic: looks like bad porn
hoohoohoblin: You're welcome.
TelevisionsAndVideo: I tried to use this antenna in Pittsburgh PA with two different (old) TVs
in two apartments. It did not work for whatever reason, although I tried
all possible TV settings. here is the link to it in case anyone
hoohoohoblin: I ended up putting the antenna on the roof. It is easy to route the cable
out of the vents in the roof.
James Phillips: I live in a apartment complex that doesn't have an attic, but 7 stories
high i live on the 4th floor, i've just ordered it also I have boosters
hooked up and connected hopes it all works out for just the apartment i got
the one loop. it's on sale good buy the antennas i have are junk so I'm
keeping the boosters and hooking them up when the antenna arrives. i'll
give more details as well. thank you again.
iPawd3G: I think i am going to buy this. It says outdoor but i am going to use it
indoor. Hope it works well and thank you for the video.
hoohoohoblin: You don't need any converter box if you have an HDTV. If you have an old
CRT TV, you need a digital to analog signal converter box. Do a YouTube
search for "homemade HDTV antenna" and you will find a video showing how to
make a good one out of old coat hangers.
hoohoohoblin: You're welcome. With a new HD TV, an antenna is all you need.
Bob Ross: @hoohoohoblin im planing on getting a digital HDTV soon so i will
definitely try it thank you for the help and marry Christmas
Dang4328: This antenna got me signals that I rarely recieved because there is a
mountain between me and all but one of the towers. Too bad it fell and
broke yesterday(It fell a good 10 ft drop, and the coaxial cable ripped the
F connector out. Don't hang it onto your wall without screwing it.) Second
of all, the antenna was the wrong way at 1:36 Also, this antenna is
"weatherproofed," just get it professionally installed.
hoohoohoblin: @whiskeyify Mounting the antenna higher usually helps. I ended up putting
mine on the roof and running a cable down to the TV. It works great.
Bob Ross: how many channels do you get?
valveman12: A larger antenna with more elements will pull in more signals because you
can make it more directional. For any antenna, capture area is important.
That being said, your antenna seems to be working well for the location you
are in. I've seen reviews for this antenna and they are for the most part
tarnationsauce2: 4:33 you might re-use that toilet paper some day? haha j/k
MarketingVideography: Try the Mohu Leaf
DarkRyder: i wanted thee 69 and or 70 channels and i WANT the best antenna hdtv and i
want thee BESTT booster amplifier to Period....
hoohoohoblin: You're welcome.
hoohoohoblin: My HDTV antenna has been on the roof for over a year now and it still works
great, so it's definitely weatherproof.
willtheraindeer: I think the problem is that some antenna company's don't like the lakers
MrSoultaker432: How can I hook up the regular 12$ atenna from walmart into my box tv. It
would just show scratched up white and black screens every channel
hoohoohoblin: @JohnSAitken It's possible. I put it up on the roof, and it works great
now. It worked well in the attic too.
glk001: If you have good reception, so be it...Two suggestions...The antenna has a
reflector on it, it's made to be mounted verticle and not horizontal...The
reflector makes it directional, but by lying it down it's become omni
directional...By having an indoor antenna on the opposite end of the house
from the transmission towers, means more walls to travel thru...Also, glass
is an insulator, doesn't help much to place an antenna near a window...FYI
and good luck...
david contreras: look for hd antenna here on you tube. there's one that you can make with
coat hangers and i went from 14 to 38 channels!!!! He already has over
hoohoohoblin: @bm5447 Awesome! You'll be amazed at how many channels you get, and all the
network broadcasts are in HD, so they look great.
DAVID LEVINE: I winder if any one out in videio land can please tell why this didgital
one chanle will never come in but then there is one that is so strong a
hunk of leade wire will work but most will work if y0u wigle it I like the
ones that tranmit in both SDand HD I wonder why a few chanles do it oh, the
tranmsiter arenothat far a way I believe
hoohoohoblin: You're right. Over the years I have learned to speed it up, keep it simple,
and shoot for under 3 minutes.
Larry Crist: Antennas Direct is terrific. I'm at least 50 mi. from the stations and get
great reception most of the time on all the available channels. It does
help that I have a 7000 pal channel master dvr as well.
hoohoohoblin: You're welcome. It should work with a good antenna.
Mike Share: Put it out side
zenmonk Genryu: This antenna in fact is not as good as an rca flat amplified one, which
costs less too and doesn't need to be in the attic.
parkerdonald1: thanks for the video!
ibprofin100: have u placed an amplifier on the antenna? without an amplifier picking of
a signal is virtually impossible..
hoohoohoblin: @iPawd3G You're welcome. It should work well indoors. If you hang it in the
right place, it looks like some kind of modern sculpture.