RCA ANT751 Outdoor Antenna Optimized for Digital Reception

Brand: RCA
Model: ANT751
List Price: $79.99
Price: $43.30

Average Customer Rating

  5 out of 5

Big Screen TV Part Description:

RCA outdoor optimized ditigal antenna is designed for the most challenging reception environments. Superior construction and tough materials withstand outdoor conditions. Ultra small design allows placement where traditional outdoor antennas won't work - needs less than 1 meter of space. Receives all local HD and DTV broadcast signals free. Supports all digital and analog TV frequencies (VHF and UHF) and supports 1080 signals. Extended range signal reception quality is effective up to a 40 mile radius of broadcast signal. Range may vary due to terrain, strength of signal or other factors. Easy fold out assembly for simple installation with pre-assembled deisgn, snap lock elements and heavy duty locking mast clamp. Mounting hardware and 75-ohm matching transformer included and has 1 year limited warranty ....read more

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Big Screen TV Part Features:

  • Optimized for digital reception and outperforms many larger antennas
  • Supports all digital and analog TV frequencies including VHF and UHF and 1080 signals
  • Extended range signal reception quality up to 40 miles
  • Ultra small design needs less than 1 meter of space for placement where traditional antennas do not work
  • Easily installs outdoors or in attic with snap lock elements and fold out assembly

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{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

S. Abramson May 20, 2010 at 12:00 am

Poor VHF reception
Rating:2 out of 5 stars
I live only 7 miles from the signal stations and still could not get all the VHF channels clearly at the same time with one position. I returned this and had to get a bigger antenna to get all those channels clearly.


Jeff Bauman May 22, 2010 at 12:00 am

Rating:5 out of 5 stars
I live north of Atlanta, between 13 and 40 miles from the towers I was looking to grab…I had bought a DB4 about a year ago and it was ok…Initially I was going to just use this to pull in the VHF PBS channels I wanted…I thought I would hook this up by itself to see what all it could grand an was shocked…It pulls in all the UHF channels full power and the VHF channles full power…I split the difference between 115 and 155 and was shocked that this antenna had such a wide range…I’ve got an attic mount with about 70 ft of cable…Alot of trees and and airforce base near by…

This antenna is superior to the DB4 and is PERFECT for mt application…


T. Crump May 22, 2010 at 12:00 am

works great
Rating:5 out of 5 stars
Like a lot of people, I ditched cable and connected my TV to this antenna and the internet. I live in Austin, TX and this antenna picks up the 4 networks plus PBS and CW perfectly. I don’t even have it outside. It is in my attic. The high def picture is better than what I got with cable because (like a lot of people have mentioned)the cable company compresses their signal.


Matt Rand May 22, 2010 at 12:00 am

Amazing Value
Rating:5 out of 5 stars
I installed this antenna in less than an hour with coaxial cable connections to both my HDTV and my PC. My expectations were very low but when my TV scanned for available OTA channels, it came up with over 80 channels and many are in crystal clear HD, better than anything I have ever seen on a TV. It looks like I’m playing a BluRay disc. I can’t believe I’m getting all these channels for free after a very small investment for the antenna. Also, I live in a very densely populated area of Los Angeles with multi-story buildings and mountains all around me.


Andrew Stewart May 24, 2010 at 12:00 am

Incredible reception for size!
Rating:5 out of 5 stars
I’m getting stations from NJ (60+ miles) from Lancaster PA. I am using a cheapy signal amplifier. […] won’t even list the channels I’m getting as possibilities unless I lie and say the antenna is mounted 300 feet above ground. Even then they are listed as fringe channels. Considering it is puny compared to any other antenna able to pull channels from 40+ miles, it is amazing. 5 stars for this one baby!


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