Vilso Snap On Amplified Outdoor HDTV Antenna — 150 Miles Long Range — Motorized 360 Degree Rotation — Wireless Remote Control

December 12, 2017 - Comment

Vilso Outdoor Amplified Antenna – 150 Miles Range – 360° Rotation – Wireless Remote  Have a television with a tuner or a digital converter box and want all of those FREE channels? This is the antenna for you!  Features:  Built-in Low-Noise and High Gain Amplifier Built-in motor turns the antenna 360 degrees | Motor turns in

Vilso Outdoor Amplified Antenna – 150 Miles Range – 360° Rotation – Wireless Remote 

Have a television with a tuner or a digital converter box and want all of those FREE channels? This is the antenna for you! 

Features: 

Built-in Low-Noise and High Gain Amplifier 
Built-in motor turns the antenna 360 degrees | Motor turns in both directions to avoid tangles 
Wireless remote controller 
Control Box with Dual TV Outputs is included 
Assembles in minutes 
Mounts to a pole up to 1″ in diameter (pole not included) 
Recommended to be mounted 30 feet above ground 

Specifications: 

Working Frequency: VHF 40~300MHz | UHF 470~890MHz 
Noise Figure:

Product Features

  • EASY INSTALLATION: Our outdoor HDTV antenna comes with an easy-to-follow user manual so you can install the antenna with ease.
  • HDTV RECEPTION & LONG RANGE: This yagi antenna can capture 1080p HDTV reception and 32db high gain reception within a 150-mile range, making this the best long range TV antenna.
  • BUILT-IN FEATURES: Our digital TV antenna for HDTV includes a built-in 360 degree motor rotor to allow you to find the best reception. Additionally, our outdoor TV antenna includes a built-in super low noise amplifier.
  • WEATHER RESISTANT: This TV antenna is fully functioning in the outdoors and can handle any type of weather pattern, making it one of the best antennas for HDTV reception.
  • CONVENIENT: This long range TV antenna contains a wireless remote control to adjust the antenna from inside the comfort of your home. This yagi antenna also features dual TV outputs to maximize utility.
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