OBTV Filter (Out of Band Filter for TV Antenna Signals) - New Product



The Channel Master OBTV Filter is a sophisticated solution meticulously engineered to enhance the performance of TV antenna systems. The filter is designed to address interference and extraneous frequencies beyond the over-the-air TV band. Historically, each specific interference sources such as LTE, FM, and Low-Frequency signals has needed its individual filter but with the OBTV Filter, Channel Master consolidates these functionalities into a singular, robust unit, streamlining installation and optimizing signal integrity.

The Channel Master OBTV Filter selectively attenuate frequencies outside the designated TV bands, ensuring a pristine signal environment, mitigating potential sources of disruption and enhancing overall signal reliability. Its design focuses on the precise filtering of Low VHF, Hi-VHF, and UHF over-the-air frequencies, aligning with the spectrum utilized for TV broadcasts in the United States. Engineered with meticulous attention to detail, the OBTV Filter represents a cornerstone in signal improvement technology, offering users a sophisticated device to enhance the reliability of their TV antenna experience. With Channel Master's commitment to innovation and quality, the OBTV Filter stands as a testament to excellence in signal refinement for discerning users seeking uncompromising performance.

What’s Included

1-Year Limited Warranty


Blocks Interference from FM. LTE, 3G, 4G and 5G Transmitters and other out of band interferences.
Minimal Setup is Required
Professional Grade Construction and Quality

Tech Specs

Electrical Specifications

Frequencies Pass 54 MHz to 88 MHz, 174 MHz to 216 MHz and 470 MHz to 608 MHz
Frequencies Block 5 to 53 MHz, 89 MHz to 173 MHz, 217 MHz to 469 MHz and 609 MHz and above.

Mechanical Specifications

Input Connector F-type
Output Connector F-type
Weight 2.5 oz
Size 5.5 x .75 x .75 in

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Frank M
Does its job well

MY OTA TV Signals were getting walked on badly at certain times of the evening. I suspected bot out of band and in band interference. This filter cleaned things up considerably by filtering the out of band signals, like FM radio and probably electrical RFI noise. There is still some interference in band which I have to isolate. The filter has negligible effect on signal strength when in line with my antenna. The filter does NOT pass power in either direction, so it must be installed properly if your antenna is amplified.