STEALTHtenna 50

STEALTHtenna CM 3010HD Outdoor TV Antenna
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STEALTHtenna is a compact, durable UHF/VHF outdoor directional television antenna that receives signals from up to 50 miles within a 90-degree radius. Powder-coated black finish helps to blend in to outdoor areas without reflection while providing ultra-high quality HD signals.

Directional (line of sight), sleek outdoor antenna up to 50 miles

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(2) U-bolts (mast, amplifier and coax cable not included)
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Reception Range 50 miles
Type Outdoor
CEA Color Code yellow, green, red
Reception Pattern Directional
Built-In Amplifier no
Installation roof, attic, 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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stealth antenna December 18, 2017
Reviewer: dzimmerman from central illinois  
absolutely a great decision to buy a channel master antenna....  everything I expected and then some...   good price as well!!!!

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Small but powerful December 18, 2017
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Scottsdale, AZ  
Purchased this item for a friend, after doing some research. Although I was not confident in the ability to capture the broadcasts, I installed it for my friend who lives 30 miles SE of the towers in PHX.
I mounted it on an existing Directv mast (no longer using service) with ease and it took maybe 20min. The positioning of the house made it impossible to gain true line of sight, so I got it as close as possible.
I was very pleased when the antenna picked up all major broadcasts from PHX, as well as several local, low wattage and Tucson broadcasts. Ninety nine channels in all compared to an indoor powered antenna which was getting maybe 8 channels.
I have an older antenna on my home that I've had for over 12yrs so its worn down, but can still pull in the local PHX channels. I've recently cut service to Directv, after seeing the results of what this little antenna can do, I'm going to replace my oldie but goodie, with this small but powerful antenna.

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If you live close December 5, 2017
Reviewer: Mark from 45459 Ohio  
I live 10 miles from one tower and 40 miles from another. I bought 2 of these one pointed at each tower. They were mounted in my attic about 25’ off ground level. The antenna pointed at the 10 mile tower worked pretty well. Picked up most of the channels but I had to use a preamp. The other one pointed at the 40 mile tower hardly picked up anything. Not that it is a bad antenna it just didn’t have the guts to. I never mounted them outside but I’m sure it would have been better. Maybe even receiving everything. I live in a condo and they have a few rules about outside things like this. ( I know fcc laws supersede this but I don’t want to make waves ) . But for a economy antenna it seemed to preform well for what it is , they just didn’t in my situation. I returned for a refund.

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Stealthtenna 50 December 5, 2017
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Far West Surprise  
I have a CM 60 antenna on the roof of my house on a 6 ft pole. I installed this Stealth on the peak of my neighbors house for her. It is pointing about 25 Deg to far south and she still gets all the Pheonix channels (30 miles to The South Mt site.  I could of saved a bundle. Works very well.

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Replaced Satellite November 20, 2017
Reviewer: Gary from Santa Cruz, CA  
We purchased the Stealthtenna 50 a few weeks ago to cut our satellite subscription.  We're 35-40 miles away from our TV transmitters.

The Stealthtenna 50 performs flawlessly for us. I just initially supported it with some plants and plant trellis and connected it to a 4-way splitter. The cable runs in our house for most of the TVs is long, maybe 50-75 feet. We get perfect pictures on our TVs on all channels we want ( and many more we don't want). No amplifier required.

Some recent storms blew the antenna well away from an ideal orientation, we still get everything just fine.

Now that we've cancelled our satellite plan, I'll take down the dish and mount the Stealthtenna 50 in its place.

I was a little doubtful about the performance of this antenna for the price, but it meets our needs perfectly.

I don't write reviews very often, but am in this case both for the product and the follow up support Channelmaster provides.

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