Liger Amplified HDTV Antenna - 50-Mile Range

$ 23.99

$ 34.99



Digital high-performance super-thin indoor HDTV antenna with built-in amplifier, 50-mile range. Receive HD television signals for free! Get the welcoming reception you've always wanted!

No one wants to pay an extra bill every month for a service that can be had absolutely free of charge. Digital television broadcasts are uncompressed, resulting in the best picture quality offered today. This Liger Digital Super-Thin Antenna is optimized specifically for these television broadcasts, so expect to see your favorite shows like you've never seen them before with unparalleled HD quality.

Technical Specifications:
Frequency range: VHF: 174-230MHz UHF: 470~862MHz
Input Voltage: AC 120V
Working Voltage: DC 6V/100mA
Polarization: Horizontal
Connector: F connector

Notice: Please stop using during thunderstorms and turn off the power for safety measures. Turn off the power when not in use. If unit can't receive signal well, place the antenna in a different position and run the auto program feature again. Make sure to do this every time you move the antenna.

Brand: Liger


Condition: New

Packaging: Hassle Free

What you get:

Amplified HDTV Antenna

HSS-50 10-Foot Cable

X4 Adhesive Stickers

Wall Charger


Product Features

  • CRYSTAL CLEAR CHANNELS: Receives full HD and digital TV signals. In line amplifier to enhance reception. You can get free broadcast TV signals with enhanced gain, range and frequency performance.
  • IT CAN GO ANYWHERE: Integrated circuitry inside 0.38mm thin high-tech material. 3m coaxial cable for better positioning. Multi-positioning: hidden behind your TV, on your window.
  • EASY INSTALLATION: Connects directly to your TV, plug and play, adjustment free. Two sets of Velcro patches included for easy installation anywhere.
  • EXCELLENT RANGE: Lowest noise figure possible, reception frequency: 470-862MHz. 50-mile range, includes High Performance Cable.
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