Advantage 60

CM 3018 Outdoor TV Antenna
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The Advantage 60 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 60 miles.

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

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Advantage 60
Hardware (mast, amplifier and coax cable not included)
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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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Satisfied customer May 22, 2018
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Detroit, Maine  
Since a large tree knocked down our antenna during a wind and rain storm last fall, we have been purchasing antennas...Advantage 60 is the third.  We were only able to pull in three of the four stations we previously received but with help from Antennas Direct we learned that the fourth station was transmitted under low vhf, which was the first time we had heard of this situation.  The local tv station recommended we try your Advantage 45.  However, with the bad luck we had been experiencing, we decided on the Advantage 60.  It is working very well.  I am sure many other people have this same problem and are unaware why they can't get a station which is just over 30 miles away.  Hopefully, we are all set for the next 30 years.

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Antenna and Rotator System May 13, 2016
Reviewer: Jonathan Sayward from Middleboro, MA  
Bad weather and other considerations
have held up installation of above
apparatus, but a similar installation
has proven quite satisfactory. I hope
to get the new equipment on line as
soon as the weather improves.
    You know what they say-"stuff happens"

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No reception on lower channels January 30, 2015
Reviewer: anonymous from Jonestown, Texas  
Will not pick up lower or upper channels. Live within 30 miles of broadcast stations. Called customer service, was of no help, did verify correct installation. No practical solutions given. Wish I would not have wasted my money on this antenna. Rabbit ears in the back bedroom work just fine.

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works well for free TV September 30, 2014
Reviewer: anonymous from Wallaceburg Ontario  
Works well in getting the local TV stations I found that it was a good replacement to my old Antenna. Easy to set up and I am not an expert in Radio waves.

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Worked great! May 26, 2014
Reviewer: anonymous from Oxnard, CA  
This cm-3018 antenna works great. I am 64 miles from the towers in L.A. with mountains in between.  I mounted it 25 ft off the ground on my roof with the chimeney mounting kit and the 7778 preamp all made by Channel Master.  I am pulling in 80-90 channels (40-50 non-english, but impressive none the less).  The picture quality on my 1080p HDTV is better with the antenna than when I was using Time Warner Cable's HD box.  Overall including cables and grounding wires/clamps it will pay for itself in 3 months, and it only took me a half day to get working (first time installing an antenna).  No more cable bill... I couldn't be happier.

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