Masterpiece 100
CM 5020 Masterpiece Antenna 100 mile Outdoor TV Antenna
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Price: $159.00

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The Masterpiece 100 is a directional (log periodic), line-of-sight outdoor antenna that receives high definition and digital signals from a single direction. This antenna has a reception range of up to 100 miles and is designed to withstand extreme outdoor conditions.

What’s Included
  • Masterpiece 100
  • U-bolt (mast, amplifier and coax cable not included)
  • Installation Guide
Reception Range 100 miles
Type Outdoor
CEA Color Code yellow, green, light green, red, blue, violet
Reception Pattern directional
Built-In Amplifier no
Installation roof, mast, eave, chimney

Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 10 Write a review.

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
5020 January 30, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from wilmington, DE United States  
Received delivery of this antenna on 1/8/15. Set up antenna in my attic on 1/9/15. This antenna does not pick up as many stations as 30 year oid Winegard  antenna that has been in my attic for the last 30 years. Many of the stations that are receivable break up (pixelate) severely. I will be sending this antenna back to Channel Master for a refund. I am glad that I did not take down the Winegard antenna. The Winegard system consists of a separate vhf antenna and separate uhf antenna and no amplifier is used. I do not want to buy an amplifier for the Channel Master antenna because it gets extremely hot  in the summer and I am afraid the pre-amp will burn up from the heat. And besides the Winegard antenna works so well without an amplifier. I bought the 5020 antenna to see if it would pick up more channels since it is a newer design. Instead it picks up fewer channels.

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  3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
Masterpiece 100 Antenna October 8, 2014
Reviewer: Joseph VanWesten from Minnesota  
Very good antenna. Have had it on roof for a few weeks now. I put a signal booster on it for the fact that one of the stations had a week signal, problem solved. Other than that it is pulling in stations from 70 miles away. The construction is high quality. I highly recommend.

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
CM 5020 - Great Antenna, Very impressed August 23, 2014
Reviewer: anonymous from Acton, Onario, Canada  
I bought this antenna so I could get rid of cable TV. Mileage maps indicate I would need 100+ miles to receive some stations in south Buffalo.\nI installed this in the attic of my two story house and used a pre-amp at the antenna and a 4-port distribution amp in the basement.\nI was very impressed that under the best conditions I have been able to receive over 30 stations (Toronto to South Buffalo to Kitchener).\nI may get more if I installed it outside on a tower or mast and used a rotor, but for now this works excellent. I always get around 20 stations with excellent picture quality.\nI'm not a big fan of plastic snap locks, and this antenna uses them on all fold out elements. Only time will tell how well the plastic snap locks hold up. But since it's in my attic I'm not really concerned about it.\nOverall I'm very impressed (and I will be saving about $60.00 a month on cable TV costs).

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  2 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
CM 5020 great antenna. June 30, 2014
Reviewer: Carlos Salazar from Miami, FL  
Excellent reception in a 136 miles rage. We believed one piece boom will be even more steady.\nOther than that, there is nothing better out there for the money.

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  6 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
Mileage rating for the UHF/VHF antennas March 19, 2014
Reviewer: Michael Heinze from Michigan  
I find the mileage rating interesting.  Is the 100 mile rating for analog or digital. We have installed a few thousand digital antennas in the last 6 years and would be very critical of anything north of a 60 mile rated for digital VHF signals and 55 miles for digital UHF signals. Manufacturers should set realistic expectations based on real world situations.

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