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HDTV Antenna, Liger Ultra-Thin Indoor Antenna 35 Mile Range 
$12.95
https://www.amazon.com/Antenna-Liger-Ultra-Thin-Indoor-Range/dp/B00NHZWL3E

  • Receives free broadcast High Definition TV signals with enhanced gain, range and frequency performance
  • Lowest noise figure possible, reception frequency: 470-862MHz
  • 35-mile range, includes 10 ft. High Performance Cable
  • TV reception may vary, HD antenna reception depends on the homes distance from a broadcast tower, the terrain, and the surroundings
  • No Assembly required. You can find out what available channels are in your area by using this website: dtv.gov/maps

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65 Mile range on eBay for 9.99.
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There is no such a thing as HDTV Antenna...all antenna's are HDTV capable.  It's the tuner inside the TV that makes it HD, not the antenna.  What a marketing gimmick!

I used this if you are already close to all the station antenna. The powered amplification and filter makes a huge difference.
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Vox-ANT1251F-Indoor-Digital-TV-Antenna-60-Mile-Range/123628437?
60 miles

chester215 said:   65 Mile range on eBay for 9.99.
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  65 miles pig eyes

ach1199 said:   There is no such a thing as HDTV Antenna...all antenna's are HDTV capable.  It's the tuner inside the TV that makes it HD, not the antenna.  What a marketing gimmick!
  This is splitting hairs.  Yes, it's a UHF tuned antenna.  DTV broadcasts are in HD and on UHF band.  People buying this want DTV broadcasts and don't know or care what band they're on.  Thus, it's an HDTV Antenna....  What point exactly are you trying to make?  You're wrong by the way - a tuner doesn't make something "HD" any more than the antenna does - the digital circuitry after the tuner does.

rlcrisp said:   
ach1199 said:   There is no such a thing as HDTV Antenna...all antenna's are HDTV capable.  It's the tuner inside the TV that makes it HD, not the antenna.  What a marketing gimmick!
  This is splitting hairs.  Yes, it's a UHF tuned antenna.  DTV broadcasts are in HD and on UHF band.  People buying this want DTV broadcasts and don't know or care what band they're on.  Thus, it's an HDTV Antenna....  What point exactly are you trying to make?  You're wrong by the way - a tuner doesn't make something "HD" any more than the antenna does - the digital circuitry after the tuner does.

Nope, it's not the digital circuitry after the tuner. If the tuner cannot do the modulation required for receiving the HDTV broadcast, there is no way anything downstream (digital or analog) can receive the broadcast HD information.



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