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Item #: AN810G
Part #: AN8100
Reg. Price: $5.95
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Petra 700-110 Bow Tie UHF Antenna Only Enhances UHF Inside Reception Chrome Plated Brass Flat 300 Ohm Cable with Spade Lug Connectors and 300 - 75 Ohm Balun Indoor UHF HD Digital Bowtie TV Aerial, Part # 700110

Indoor UHF Bowtie Antenna Enhances Reception!!!

Specifications:

  • Enhances UHF Reception
  • Chrome Plated Brass
  • 300 Ohm Connection with Spade Lugs
  • Easily attaches to VHF Dipole Antenna
  • Comes with Push-On 300 - 75 Ohm Balun

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by Kevin
on 11/6/2020
Just as good as ever
I first got a bow antenna back in the 70's at Radio Shack, quickly discovered it worked better for indoor TV reception than every other indoor antenna I tried. Today's indoor HD antennas are expensive, many the flat kind none worked as well as the old Radio Shack bow antenna I still have. Needed more for other TV's, Radio Shack discontinued them in the 90's is now out of business. Found these here, ordered 3. A flat antenna I tried on a 2nd TV picked up 53 channels, the new bow got all 83 channels I get with the old bow antenna. They're designed for UHF frequencies, hit-or-miss with VHF (RF channels 2-13), most digital channels are on UHF (14-60). I use an amplifier so I get our 3 VHF channels, all UHF and low-power channels. Slide it on one of the extended elements of a table-top set of rabbit ears for easy mounting, can raise-lower-rotate it for best reception. Near a window works best, much better than "HD" indoor antennas for a fraction of the cost!
by Stephen
on 1/26/2020
Basic but works like a charm
When I got my first HDTV in 2004, I thought I needed to buy a really good antenna, so I paid about $40 for one at Crutchfield (where I bought my TV). I hooked it up but didn't get any channels. I returned it and bought an even more expensive ($100) one from Circuit City. I still didn't get any channels and so I returned it. The next day I realized that when I had plugged those antenna's in, I never scanned for the channels (I felt pretty stupid). I remembered having an old bow tie antenna from back in the 80's and I decided to try it out. We stuck it in the attic window facing east and I ended up getting all my locals. I felt relieved that I had returned the pricey ones before doing the channel scan. As long as the weather is clear, this simple little antenna can reach our ABC affiliate which is 37 miles away. All of our local towers broadcast in UHF except for our CBS affiliate which broadcasts in Hi-V. It is 21 miles away and I have no problem with it.
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