Digital Advantage 100

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Price: $149.00

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The Digital Advantage 100 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 100 miles.

Long range directional (line of sight) outdoor antenna up to 100 miles

What’s Included

Digital Advantage 100
Hardware (Mast, Amplifier and Coax Cable Not Included)
Installation Guide
1-Year Limited Warranty


Reception Range 100 Miles
Type Outdoor
CEA Color Code Yellow, Green, Light Green, Red, Blue
Reception Pattern Directional
Built-In Amplifier No
Installation Roof, Mast, Eave, Chimney
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Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 39 Write a review.

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3 of 5 Ok January 12, 2021
Reviewer: Russ from Emporia K.S.  
I live in emporia kansas and am trying to get reception in topeka kansas. There are 4 towes within 60 miles and I can only get 2 if them for a total of 9 channels. Tech guys tell me the signals are too weak from those two. Well guess I shouldn't have spent the money on 100 mile antenna.

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5 of 5 Advantage 100 November 21, 2020
Reviewer: Anonymous Person  
Easy to assemble and fast delivery
Great for rural area

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4 of 5 Good but can't always solve problems. November 2, 2020
Reviewer: Mark Ahlquist from Olivia MN 56277  
I was looking for a good antenna that is directional to pull in weak signals and minimize multi path and co-channel interference. This antenna sounded perfect and It was shipped quickly and arrived fine.  The pictures are a little small in the assembly instructions but the video is great and makes up for that. It is easy to assemble!   Unfortunately, like most antennas the range advertised isn't what you necessarily get.  I believe it to be a solid antenna but I also think there are many factors that are hard to know ahead of time that can affect reception even with the best of antennas. I am getting all but 2 of the advertised channels quite well but it took a lot of trial and error pointing.  I kept it and am not unhappy with it because it is sturdy and if you have strong signals from far away it will work. (I do get some unexpected good reception  consistently from a tower   that is 65 miles away with CBS and FOX on a single RF.)

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5 of 5 Glad I bought it September 21, 2020
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Missouri  
The towers for my locals are all in a 90-degree arc within 35 miles north of my house. Picking those up was not a problem. But I was curious whether I could pick up channels from the next closest market, with towers 94 miles SW.

I bought the Digital Advantage 100 and installed it in my attic, pointed directly at those distant towers. I also installed the 7777HD preamp and split the signal to 7 TVs with the 3418 distribution amp. With this attic setup, all of my local stations (on the back side of the antenna) came in crystal clear 100% of the time. The distant stations came in about 25% of the time.

After a couple of months, I moved the antenna outside, 5' above the roof peak. Now, for the distant stations, FOX comes in about 95% of the time, NBC/ABC 75%, CBS (VHF) 25%, and PBS  10%.

I went from 24 to 45 channels and, while there are many duplicate networks, I was able to add 6 networks previously unavailable to me.

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5 of 5 100 mile antenna September 16, 2020
Reviewer: Anonymous Person  
We had a 50 mile and was right at the limit for 2 cites on north one south, went to 100 miles and get great reception for one of the 2 cities, went to the south. Might add the second antenna for the north city

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