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ChannelMaster CM4228 Off-Air HDTV Antenna

ChannelMaster CM4228

Band: UHF
Placement: Outdoor
Amplifier: No
Range: 60 miles
Color area: Light Green
CM4228 reviews: 84
CM4228 rating: 4.4 out of 5 (good)
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ChannelMaster CM4228 Description

Over-the-air high definition broadcasts are frequently showing up in the UHF range as more and more television stations begin broadcasting digital signals to satisfy the growing number of people who are purchasing HDTV units. Ghosting and weak UHF signals are the number on enemy to anyone who has tried unsuccessfully to get broadcast HD signals, especially if they live in a suburban area a distance away from the towers. Thanks to ChannelMaster’s CM4228 the days of weak UHF signals are over.

The CM4228 boasts the highest gain UHF antenna on the market today. This large directional, 8-bay bowtie antenna is designed to deliver exceptional high definition broadcasts thanks to its innovative design. Once installed and aimed you will be amazed at how clear the picture is. An included 75ohm downlead lets you easily install the CM4228 in conjunction with your existing satellite or cable connection.

Designed for rooftop mounting, the ChannelMaster CM4228 is a one-piece unit that comes pre-assembled for ease of installation. The high quality steel and aluminum construction will withstand years of environmental abuse and high winds. Installation can be up to 60 miles away from the broadcast source with amazing clarity of reception.
You owe it to yourself to experience the HDTV revolution and free yourself from paying high rates to existing cable or satellite providers. Now, thanks to ChannelMaster and their CM4228 you can – even if you live on the fringe of broadcast reception.