james Reif from Naperville, IL United States
Most of the TV stations around the suburb I live in are 30 to 35 miles away. The SP1 being amplified helped a little. Being rated at 35 miles is also at its extreme. Also, when the stations are at the extreme distance it is harder to ongoing receive multiple stations that are degrees apart. This not the antennas problem just factual. With the SP1 it was easy to move the antenna to improve reception with it being bar shaped. So far best one for the money.
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Good for local channels
April 10, 2015
Chris Leech from Melbourne, FL United States
If you need an indoor antenna for local channels then this has worked well for me. If you remember how to move rabbit ears then you can even get those channels miles away if you get it in just the right position. Hey it's a $10 antenna that works well for the most prevalent channels in the area, where can you get more for less? I think with this one I could get around 30 channels in the area (plus a few more if I try), with the yagi on the roof I get about 59 channels. With just the little unpowered laptop HDTV antenna I can only get 2 or 3 channels. So for $10 it's good!