Digital Advantage 60
CM 2018 Outdoor TV Antenna
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The Digital Advantage 60 is a directional (yagi), line-of-sight outdoor antenna that receives high definition and digital signals from a single direction and is optimized for high VHF and UHF signals. This antenna has a reception range of up to 60 miles.

Medium range directional (line of sight) outdoor antenna up to 60 miles

What’s Included

Digital Advantage 60
U-bolt (mast, amplifier and coax cable not included)
Installation Guide

Features

Reception Range 60 miles
Type Outdoor
CEA Color Code yellow, green, light green, red
Reception Pattern directional
Built-In Amplifier no
Installation roof, mast, eave, chimney

90 days Limited Warranty Limited Warranty

parts and labor 90 days of parts and labor
support 90 days of support through phone, online chat and/or e-mail
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Upgrade and got more channels July 19, 2016
Reviewer: Retired from Santa Monica, Ca  
Dumping the pay TV system (Cable) I went to the 8 bay multi directional antenna. After a while I got tired of loosing channels (7-13) even though I got about 102 channels. Installing the Digital Advantage 60  I now get 167 channels with no channel lose or dropping of channels.
I used a compass first then I use my TV signal strength meter to fine tune antenna direction and the antenna is about 15' high.

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Clear Receptions July 6, 2016
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Zeeland, MI  
Clear picture on local/regional channels; except for one that I couldn't locate.
Preexisting roter on the mast helped a lot.
Needed new coax cable pin; original pin was corroded.

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Pulling in channels 95 miles away! March 4, 2016
Reviewer: Matthew from Kingston, Ontario  
Getting lots of channels with this 2018 which is rated for 60 miles. I installed a inline signal amp and a antenna amp from channel master and I get channels beyond the antenna's normal range. Thank you CM for continuing to build great products.

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Disappointed September 15, 2015
Reviewer: Jim from Lancaster, PA United States  
First I have to say I love my DVR+, but this cm-2018 antenna did nothing for me.  I have been using a GE model 34792 for the last year with fairly good results.  This GE antenna only has a boom of about 10" and 8 elements, the biggest being about 12".  Two stations sometimes breakup.  I thought with the cm-2018 being about 8 times larger than the GE antenna I might improve my reception.  To my amazement, after trying many adjustments the cm-2018 could not perform as well as the much smaller GE.  Even though I can't rate the antenna high, customer service was excellent.

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CM 2018 Antenna July 14, 2014
Reviewer: George Johnson from San Antonio, TX  
I bought the 2018 antenna to replace an  (much)older antenna on a house that I just recently bought.  The older antenna one was much larger but pulled in less stations.  I had to tweak the 2018 just right to pull in as many stations as possible. Stations are located in three separate directions.  The website from the FCC as to transmitter locations, degree of direction from my location (San Antonio) and distance.  True to it's advertisement (45-60 mile), the antenna pulled in stations 40 miles away quite clear.  there are occasional days where many channels tend to have poor reception, but that is about one day every three weeks or so.  No power booster, and have run it off of 100' of coax.  Am curious about shortening the coax as much as possible by rerouting through the attic in a more direct line and adding a booster....   Good antenna.

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