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ClearStream™ 2V UHF/VHF Long Range Indoor/Outdoor DTV Antenna

ClearStream™ 2V Long Range UHF/VHF Antenna

The ClearStream™ 2V Long Range UHF/VHF Antenna has a unique integrated diplexer to take on the challenge of combining UHF and VHF signals. It has a 50+ mile range and is the ideal antenna for suburban installations challenged with receiving signals through heavy foliage outdoors or roofing materials in attic installations. The ClearStream 2V comes with a heavy duty u-bolt, mounting clamp, and hardware (J-mount and coaxial cable sold separately). Easy to assemble and install.

Range 50+ Miles

 





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The ClearStream 2V Long Range UHF/VHF Antenna offers the power and efficiency normally found in antennas up to 10 times its size. It utilizes the patented ClearStream Tapered Loop Technology, which delivers the first new and superior antenna design. This advanced technology allows the ClearStream line of antennas to be smaller and more powerful across today's DTV spectrum. In a compact 20" x 12" (35" with raised dipoles for VHF signal reception) form, the ClearStream 2V is the first broad spectrum antenna without the performance compromises typically seen in outdated designs of legacy antennas. With its unique integrated diplexer, the ClearStream 2V takes on the challenge of combining UHF and VHF signals. No other antenna exists can rival its dual-band performance. ClearStream antennas are engineered for strength and durability. The Antennas Direct Lifetime Warranty assures you of its superior build quality.

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ClearStream 2V

  • VHF 174 - 216 MHz (Channels 7-13)
  • UHF 470 - 806 MHz (Channels 14-69)
  • Max gain: 10.4 dBi UHF;3.1dBi VHF
  • Range 50+ Miles
  • Impedance: 75 Ohm output F connection
  • New engineering for current UHF/VHF DTV frequencies
  • Consistent gain through the entire UHF/VHF DTV channel spectrum
  • Great for indoor, outdoor and attic use
  • Dimensions: 20"L x 35.5"W x 6.5"D

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  • Author: Emily Crider
    As newlyweds, Hudson and I are always looking for how we can cut back on spending. On Tuesday, I posted about how couponing is one of the best ways to save money. Today I'm sharing another great way to save money: by cutting cable (and still getting TV for free)!

    TV was never a big thing for me and Hudson, so going into marriage we both agreed that paying for cable was really just not necessary. What we didn't realize until a few months ago is that you can actually still get the main TV channels without having to pay a monthly fee!

    All you have to do is buy an antenna, and you can get TV for free. Antennas Direct is a great company to do that through. There is a lot of information on their site about which one you need to buy depending on where you live, and where to position the antenna to pick up the most channels.

    The antenna will pick up reception from the closest towers and broadcast it straight to your TV! Antennas Direct actually sent me their ClearStream 2V antenna to review, and it's amazing! We get all the main channels plus some others -- ABC, FOX, NBC, CBS, PBS, CW, etc. Since our TV is older we also needed a coax cable and amplifier box, but the cost was so much less expensive than paying for cable would be.

    My only "complaint" is that it took me and Hudson a couple weeks to figure out where we should put the antenna to pick up the most channels. However, now that we figured that out, we're loving it and getting into all kinds of shows...Nashville and The Voice are our current favorites! What are your favorites?! Most shows are now put online, too, so any shows that aren't on the main channels (Catfish, anyone? :) you can watch on your computer and just connect it to the TV.

    I highly recommend buying an antenna and at least trying it out! It sure is nice to save $50+ a month by not having to pay for cable.
  • Author: Larry Saupe - Galaway, NY.
    I just wanted to pass along how incredibly pleased I am with your customer service and product. I was able to talked with a rep at Antennas Direct prior to purchase and he provided some valuable info and recommendations (can't recall his name though).

    I purchased your Clear Stream 2V to replace a failed Mohu SKY HDTV (#ANTD-061043) and the results have been amazing. More channels than before with rock solid reception. Plus it is non-powered!

    Thanks again for great customer support and an amazing product. I will be recommending Antennas Direct to others.
  • Author: Fred Bailey
    Wow! all this time I've been paying over $105 a month to Dish. When they dropped our local CBS channel, I decided to try an air antenna. I got 17 channels with this bad boy. I was guaranteed 10 channels in this mountainous area. So you can imagine how impressed I was with this product. Not to mention an affordable price, free shipping and quick delivery.
  • Author: Marcus Gondorcin - Mentot, OH.
    Love your Clearstream™ 2V antenna! I have had 1 for over a year now. Cut the pay tv cord. I have installed 2 of your antennas. 1 for my 87 year old dad, and my girlfriend, and they love them. Going to put 1 at my brothers house next. The antenna was a nice conversation piece at my gf party. Some of her family was thinking of switching over. Always recommend your products.
  • Author: Terry Oelmann
    Awesome, I just raised my Clearstream 2v antenna on a 10 foot mast because I was not getting our local FOX channel which is 30 miles away. I just got off the phone with tech support. I have to get a signal booster for a station 30 miles away!! Are you kidding me! I will not waste another dime on there garbage
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