In case you missed it, yesterday we released our new DB4-PRO, an outdoor antenna made completely from stainless steel, the same rugged material used in the aerospace industry. Do you know what that means? We have created the toughest antenna in the universe. That’s right, we don’t mess around at Antennas Direct! The DB4PRO […]
Cord cutting as a trend is exploding. According to the National Association of Broadcasters, there are over 59.7 million viewers broadcast TV-reliant as of last year. Here at Antennas Direct, we have seen an increase of 60% in unit sales. That’s record growth for us – a company on the Inc. 5000 for many years. […]
So he may not be pulling children from wreckage or curing disease, but, each day, Mr. Antenna tangibly improves the financial, mental and spiritual well-being of his neighbors – he installs an antenna on their home. We would like to take this moment to recognize a true American hero: the Mr. Antenna guy in Bakersfield. […]
ClearStream 5 high gain VHF antenna reviewed by James O’Neal, editor of TV Technology. The C5 installation and performance lives up O’Neals expectations and beyond.
Today a fan on our facebook page posted a video showing just how easy it was install a DB4 antenna and test it. Notice how they make good use of the satellite dish! * Range: Up to 55 miles * Strong performance across UHF spectrum (Channels 14-69) * Versatile high gain multi – bay antenna […]
Use any coaxial cable with your ClearStream5, we recommend using RG6 grade or better and have the metal grid act as a catchers mitt for those signals.
What is the best way to ground my Clearstream4 antenna? Should I use coax cable with an integrated separate ground wire, or run a separate wire?
Question: I was wondering if I could mount my antenna on that pole. It is about 5′ tall? And use the cables that are all ready installed? From Cindy in Wilson, North Carolina
Answer: Using the leftover dish mount is sometimes a great solution to your antenna mounting needs. There are however a couple of variables to check before doing so …