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Terk HDTVa Off-Air HDTV Antenna

Terk HDTVa

Band: VHF/UHF
Placement: Indoor
Amplifier: Yes
Amplifier Gain: 12 dB
Range: 45 miles
HDTVa reviews: 3044
HDTVa rating: 3.5 out of 5 (average)
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Terk HDTVa Description

The HD television revolution is on, with more than 1,100 stations across the US now broadcasting free over-the-air signals in HDTV format. You can experience the clarity and resolution of HDTV with Terkís new indoor HDTVa antenna that has been engineered to receive both UHF and VHF signals.

The Terk HDTVa is a compact unit that can be mounted horizontally or vertically for best reception of HDTV signals. The high-gain antenna has a unique feature that letís you boost signal reception for weak signals to bypass stronger signals that may be nearby. To further simply installation, the unit carries both power and video signal over the same coaxial cable.

The Terk HDTVa antenna is designed to receive all local HDTV channels, with an operating spectrum that covers both the VHF (channels 2 to 13) and UHF (channels 14 to 69) frequency ranges. Engineered with highly specific log periodic UHF and precision VHF elements, it is designed to receive HDTV broadcasts with maximum signal strength while at the same time it filters out most noise and interference. The HDTVa can be used in apartments or condominiums where outside antenna installation is impossible or difficult. With itís compact base and curved, polished-aluminum antenna it is visually appealing as well as functional. Installation instructions and additional technical data can be found in the Terk HDTVa user manual.


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