Channel Master Smartenna CM-3000A
Released January, 2009
The Pros:Relatively good range - about 20 miles. Works well in urban areas with numerous signal-altering variables.
The Cons:Not really omni directional - works best when pointed in a single direction. Not the best for picking up far-away stations. Simple weather can cause significant interference issues.
Channel Master's Smartenna CM-3000A is an HDTV-reception antenna whose main feature is convenience, since it offers a 45-mile range and is omni-directional, so no rotor or initial orientation is required.
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It is also capable of receiving the full range of VHF and UHF signals, meaning it can receive channels 2 through 69. The amplifier provides a gain of 20 dB and also includes an FM trap to avoid interference with unwanted signals. The unit itself can be mounted on a roof, wall or post with its included mast.
- 0 - 45 mile range
- Full VHF/UHF compatible
- Receives Channels 2 - 69
- Built-in amplifier (20dB gain boost)
- FM Trap
- Receives HD signals
User Reviews (2)
relatively good range - about 20 miles
works well in urban areas with numerous signal-altering variables
not really omni directional - works best when pointed in a single direction
not the best for picking up far-away stations
simple weather can cause significant interference issues
not the best choice for rural areas - other antennas will perform better
will take a while to setup - must be mounted to something outdoors
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