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Shakespeare 2061 Flat HDTV/FM Antenna

Shakespeare 2061 Flat HDTV/FM Antenna
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2061 Flat HDTV/FM Antenna

Changing The Way You Watch FREE Local Broadcast TV

Ultra Thin, Portable HDTV Antenna
This razor-thin, multi-directional amplified antenna is the most advanced dual band (VHF/UHF) antenna on the market. Designed with our revolutionary Clear Circuit Technology®, the embedded amplifier is able to amplify 100% of the signal at the element to maximize channel reception and minimize pixelation and dropouts for the best viewing experience possible.

The 2061 antenna is designed for the mobile lifestyle and can be used
on marine vessels, RVs, pop-up campers and more! Watch your favorite sports, sitcoms, reality TV, crime dramas, local news, weather,
kids programming and more for FREE and in 1080 HD!

Package Includes:
  • 2061 Flat Panel TV Antenna
  • 20' Mini Coaxial Cable (Attached to Antenna)
  • USB/ DC Adapter / USB/AC Adapter


Techinical Specifications:
  • Low Noise amplifier
  • Multi-Directional
  • Recieves ALL local HD broadcast signals
  • AC, DC and USB power adapter
  • Best Suited for Areas up to 15 miles from broadcast towers
  • Frequency range: 47-230MHz, 470-862MHz
  • Receiving Range: FM/VHF/UHF
  • Gain: 28dB
  • Noise Figure: ≤3dB
  • Max Output Level: 100dBuV
  • Impedance: 75ohms
  • Power Supply: AC/DC adapter (DC 12V/50mA)
  • Power Supply: DTV set-top box (DC 5V/40mA)
  • Dimensions: 12" x 13"
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Shakespeare 2061 Flat HDTV/FM Antenna 2061 SHAKESPEARE FLAT HDTV/FM ANTENNA USB,AC,DC POWERED
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