Masterpiece 100

CM 5020 Masterpiece Antenna 100 mile Outdoor TV Antenna


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Price: $179.00

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The Masterpiece 100 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 100 miles and is designed to withstand extreme outdoor conditions.

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

What’s Included

Masterpiece 100
Hardware (mast, amplifier and coax cable not included)
Installation Guide


Reception Range 100 miles
Type Outdoor
CEA Color Code yellow, green, light green, red, blue, violet
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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How to Assemble the Masterpiece 100 Outdoor TV Antenna?
Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 46 Write a review.

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Excellent antenna August 15, 2019
Reviewer: John Hansen from Renton WA  
This antenna solved our problem with a station that we were having troubling getting.  Be aware that it is a "narrow beam" antenna and has to be pointed at the desired station.  It is not intended for wide horizontal angle coverage and in some cases may require use of a rotor if your desired stations have wide angular separation (i.e. you may have to rotate it as you tune to different stations)

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good, solid antenna May 1, 2019
Reviewer: S from Los Angeles  
Lightweight and easy to install, although I had a professional install it because I was raising it about 30 feet off the ground. It allowed me to pull in one station slightly farther than 50 miles away, with the rest around 10 miles away. With my previous rooftop I could not receive the station from 50 miles away, and I had some trouble with the closer stations. Reception is consistent and perfect.

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Solid Antenna February 11, 2019
Reviewer: Scott from Weatherford, TX  
This is a well made antenna, and it does what it says it will do.  I live 30 miles from the closest and 75 miles away from the furthest station and it picks up 75% of all of the stations...might sound unsatisfactory but at the moment I simply placed the unit on the floor of my attic, I have yet to really install it and still it works very well.  A good purchase

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More detailed instructions February 11, 2019
Reviewer: Lance from Rural North-central Ohio  
I would have sincerely appreciated more detailed assembly and use instructions as well as comments concerning the need, benefit and / or compatibility of other components available from Channel Master or 3rd parties.

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In The Middle of TV Nowhere May 22, 2018
Reviewer: Greg from Center Moriches, Long Island, NY  
We live not only far from most stations but the angle that the mainland lies on interferes with signals.  Virtually everyone else around me has cable or satellite, but I'm a diehard.  I just don't think I should have to pay for free broadcast TV.  The last antenna I had (also a Channelmaster) was up there for 15 years, through several hurricanes,violent waterfront weather  and constant adverse conditions.  It finally gave up the ghost.  It was not HD, either.  This new antenna brings in 35 stations, though sometimes sporadically during periods of solar activity, but I still get the key stations I want. If I was further inland and better protected I would use a rotator and a higher mast. I'm sure  I would probably be equal or better than cable. (as it is, I get certain digital networks that my cable neighbors don't).  It's too bad that antennas went out of vogue.  I think people are getting ripped off and brainwashed that they need to pay through the nose to watch TV.

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