EXTREMEtenna 80

EXTREMEtenna <em>80</em>
 
 


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Price: $149.00


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The EXTREMEtenna is an 8-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 80 miles.

Multi-directional (180-degree range) outdoor antenna up to 80 miles

What’s Included

EXTREMEtenna (Mast, Amplifier and Coax Cable Not Included)
(2) U-Bolts
Installation Guide
1-Year Limited Warranty

Features

Reception Range 80 Miles
Type Outdoor
CEA Color Code Yellow, Green, Light Green, Red, Blue, Violet
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 EXTREMEtenna Outdoor TV Antenna?
Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 241 Write a review.

Accessories
50' Coaxial Cable Black
Price: $15.00
50' Coaxial Cable Black
Coaxial Connector Installation Kit
Price: $35.00
Coaxial Connectors Installation Kit | Channel Master
Ultra Mini 4
Price: $45.00
Ultra Mini <em>4</em>
Universal Antenna Mount
Price: $49.00
Universal Antenna Mount is a one of a kind mounting solution from Channel Master
Splitter 2
Price: $6.00
CM 3212HD TV Antenna TV Splitter
Stream+ Media Player and OTA DVR
Sale Price: $99.00
Streaming Media Player and OTA DVR for TV Antenna
Amplify Adjustable Gain Preamplifier
Price: $89.00
<em>Amplify</em> Adjustable Gain Preamplifier


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4 of 5 Extremetenna80 September 16, 2020
Reviewer: Anonymous Person  
Solidly built product. Packaged well when shipped. Easy order and tracking. Still adjusting directions


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5 of 5 Omni antenna September 16, 2020
Reviewer: Anonymous Person  
Great antenna



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5 of 5 Get this one for sure! September 16, 2020
Reviewer: Mike H from 92346  
I installed one of these after failure with other brands and types. The great thing about this antenna is that it does not have a splitter to join the two 4-arrays. I bought a budget price antenna that looked like this CM-4228HD and then when I was assembling it I discovered it has a splitter joining the two 4-array's.
Never use a splitter with an antenna because you lose about 50% of the signal, which is what I got with the budget 8-array antenna. The price may be high for the CM-4228HD but you won't get a better antenna for less money.


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5 of 5 Great reception September 11, 2020
Reviewer: Rad from Indiana  
We live 35 miles northwest of one cluster of towers and 45 miles east of another.
The install was a snap.  I put up some wooden braces the day before delivery.  It took about four hours including taking the old antenna down, installing the brackets, raising the antenna and properly grounding the mast and coax.  I ran the coax through the crawl space and up to the outlet.  The antenna is about six feet above the peak of our one story house.  
I pointed the antenna toward the closer stations and have gotten an excellent picture.  It picks up the other cluster of stations also although they broke up a couple times in bad weather.  Cable is not available in our area (middle of nowhere).  The only options are several dish companies.  We have had both in the past.  We dislike cable and HATE the dish.  We would rather do without than have either one.  Total costs were around $250 which would be 2-3 months cable bill.  
Antenna works great.  Wifey happy, so everybody happy.


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5 of 5 Small but powerful and well built August 20, 2020
Reviewer: Tom from Outside the Los Angeles area  
I replaced an old radio shack log periodic antenna with the EXTREMEtenna 80 and compared signal strengths. As expected to VHF HI was weaker but the UHF channels were stronger. The EXTREMEtenna 80 is much smaller and not easy to see. Since going to digital broadcasting most channels are on UHF so I’m good not having the  VHF LO capabilities.   I am pulling in 124 channels outside the LA area.  The construction quality is top notch and should last a long time without issues. I think the only complaints I will get are for the birds that used my big old antenna for parties.


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