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What is Antenna?
Analog TV will stop all broadcasts on June 12, 2009 with this action there is a need for Digital & HD Antennas for the consumers who choose not to have cable or satellite service. Having these types of antennas can cut back on your monthly cost.

Types of Antennas

There are many different Antennas for audio and video. Antenna’s come in many shapes and sizes depending on the application. Some antennas are specific for AM, FM, or XM/Sirius radio, while other are specifically designed to bring in HDTV signals. There are Indoor, Outdoor, Directional, Multi-Directional, Digital, and HD antennas

Antenna Installation
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The rule applies to viewers who place video antennas on property that they own and that is within their exclusive use or control, including condominium owners and cooperative owners who have an area where they have exclusive use, such as balcony or patio, in which to install the antenna. Directional antennas are the most ghost-resistant antennas since they "see" in only one direction and have a tendency not to see the reflected ghost signal. It's recommended that you install outdoor antennas if you live far away from the large metropolitan areas or if your home is in a valley rather than a hill, for better reception, HDTV aerials work almost the same as the normal old areas but with more modifications to handle high definition signals.

HD Antennas

HD antenna’s are devices enable you to enjoy high definition television. Directional HD antennas are a must in remote areas where a signal is weak. An HD antenna is designed to pick up transmissions from as far away as 30 miles or more -- some even work more than 70 miles from the transmission source and clarify those signals and focus them directly to your television, which is another of those irresistible benefits. The quality of picture and sound is determined by how strong HD signal transmitted from antenna. Also frequently referred as HDTV antenna, HD antenna is a regular TV antenna used for HDTV reception.

There are several benefits to getting HD Antennas, but before you decide to purchase a new antenna consult our Trained Staff. Call, E-mail, or Chat and one of our Digital & HDTV Antennas Experts will assist you in selecting the best Amplifiers for your Home Theater.