ULTRAtenna 60

CM 4221HD Outdoor TV Antenna


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Antenna Stand Alone
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Price: $89.00

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The ULTRAtenna is a 4-bay, phased array, multi-directional outdoor antenna that receives high definition and digital signals from a span of 180 degrees. This antenna has a reception range of up to 60 miles.

Multi-directional (180-degree range) outdoor antenna up to 60 miles

What’s Included

ULTRAtenna (Mast, Amplifier and Coax Cable Not Included)
Mounting Brace, U-Bolt with Bracket
Installation Guide
1-Year Limited Warranty


Reception Range 60 Miles
Type Outdoor
CEA Color Code Yellow, Green, Light Green, Red, Blue
Reception Pattern Multi-directional
Built-In Amplifier No
Installation Roof, Attic, Mast, Eave, Chimney
How to Select the Best TV Antenna for Your Home
How to Assemble the ULTRAtenna Outdoor TV Antenna?
ULTRAtenna Install to an Eave
Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 68 Write a review.

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4 of 5 ultratenna 60 July 17, 2020
Reviewer: TS from Melbourne, FL  
Well made.  Coastal user will appreciate that designers gave consideration to dissimilar metals.  Rivets and elements all appear to be aluminum.  Reception is better than my 5 element yagi.  The radiation pattern is definitely not 180 deg in azimuth.  Accurate pointing will improve reception.  The coax connector location forces the coax down the active element transmission line which I'm sure messes up the phasing of the lower elements.  The connector should have been offset more or rotated.  A 90 deg connector might fix the issue.  An external balun would have also solved the issue.

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5 of 5 Completely Satisfied June 8, 2020
Reviewer: Carlson from Cathedral City CA  
I was using an old analog rooftop antenna for my digital TV and it worked OK bringing in about 30 stations with some pixilating often.  I replaced it easily with this new one, rescanned, and now get almost 60 channels and only a few pixilate.  I get 12 different flavors of PBS now!  So, I just dumped the cable TV subscription and am quite happy without all that cable news doom and gloom.

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5 of 5 Return policy. June 8, 2020
Reviewer: Anonymous Person  
Didn't work for me. Wish it did, I try to support US companies. It was really easy to return.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Great April 14, 2020
Reviewer: Wordmonger from Central Illinois  
Channel Master’s website said I only needed the Omni 50, but I decided to spring for this anyway,; I really didn’t care about the channels west of me, I wanted to zero in on everything east. Works great....the digital quality is better than most cable channels I received when I lived in Suburbia

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5 of 5 Excellent! April 6, 2020
Reviewer: B from Carmel, IN  
Couldn’t be happier with the 4221.  It's mounted in our attic over the garage, so it’s on the second story level.  Pointed to most of the TV transmitter towers in town, and the 4221 supplies more than enough signal strength to six TVs in our home, three of which are on the end of a long coax run to the basement.   All of this without needing an amplifier.  10 decibels of gain really does it for us and our TVs.

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