How many TVs can be hooked up to an outdoor antenna?
With 3 or more TVs you really need to add a signal booster. It will improve reception and can be added any time your antenna reception provides less than pefect picture quality no matter how many TVs are connected to an antenna.
The Lava HD TV antenna is one of the best outdoor TV antenna's. Another good outdoor antenna is the Winegard Pathway outdoor antenna.
Yes, if it has an antenna input connector, (RF in).
You will need a tv antenna and a coaxial lead in wire with connectors.
No. There will be no analog signal to receive and process from the outdoor antenna. The only signal coming from the outdoor antenna will be digital. When the conversion is complete. You will need to hook up your antenna directly to the TV. Your conversion box will be worthless as far as analog to digital is concerned.
yes. or to an inside roof antenna. You will get HD only if your antenna is tuned to a station broadcasting in digital HD, and if you TV has a digital tuner.
You are going to want to get an outdoor antenna because the signals in your area are weak. You may want to check with local antenna dealers for the best type of outdoor antenna for your area. Either that or look into cable/satellite tv. You will not get a whole lot of channels if any with just an indoor antenna.
We have our antenna hooked up with a coaxial cable. One end is attached to the antenna and the other end comes into the house and connects to the tv. We have a 4-way splitter on ours to connect 4 tvs, and all have great reception.
Yes. Dish TV requires an outside satellite TV antenna. Dish satellite also has a antenna for camping or other outdoor activities, called the Dish tailgater.
There are two main types of HD TV antenna: indoor and outdoor. To use an indoor antenna, one simply connects it to the relevant port in the back of the tv, switches it on at the mains and then proceed to find the correct channel settings. An outdoor antenna is generally placed on the roof or high up and may require masonry drilling and electrical connection, so is best left to the professionals.
An outdoor TV antenna can be purchased at most electronics stores, and DIY shops including PC World, Homebase, Wickes and B&Q. They are relatively simple to understand but may require a roofer or electrician to help install them.
Outdoor antennas don't stand up well. I would replace an antenna after 5 to 7 years even if it looks ok. a new antenna with new lead in coax cable would improve the signal to the TV set.
You need an antenna either indoor or outdoor and a CBS station nearby.
Ernesto (Ernie) Baron was a TV host and also an exponent of scientific and technological advances in the Philippines. To attest to this, he was the inventor of the so-called Baron Super Antenna, a sophisticated yet reasonably-priced outdoor TV antenna.
If you are located close enough to the local TV stations, just put up a outdoor TV antenna and point it toward the TV transmitter tower.
*Lightning carries a current and has way too many volts for your t.v/phone/computer/etc. to handl and that is why they short circuit.
Does a digital TV have a built in antenna or tuner that will pick up over the air signals without an outdoor antenna?
I have not seen any digital TVs with a built in antenna. Depending on where you live you could use a simple "rabbit ears" setup or even one with a built in amplifier if you're a bit far from the stations.
If it is a digital, look in the menu and select SCAN or RESCAN. If you have a outdoor antenna, rotating it might be necessary. The new digital stations can be elusive.
Antenna TV was created in 2011.
Yes, of course it does. There are many NYC residents that still get their TV via antenna.
Well what is the TV hooked up to? Has it ever worked before you hooked it up to whatever you hooked into now?
I get a perfect picture on TV using an antenna. Can not get digital signal to come thru when using either a converter box or a new digital TV. I have following all the instructions carefully and can get no signal for digital. The antenna is new and hooked up correctly. Get perfect analog pictures. Why can't I get a digital picture? DTV signals are for the most part weaker than the old analog signals… Read More
Yes. A digital TV antenna will give you better reception as compared to an analog TV antenna. But, a cable box or satellite dish will give you even better reception than a digital TV antenna.
No you do not need a digital tv if you have a digital antenna. But you will need a digital to analog converter box if you have an analog tv and a digital antenna.
One may attach an antenna cable to their TV in an extremely straightforward manner. Once the antenna is set up there will be a cable on the antenna equipment that should be long enough to reach the television. The cable is then inserted to the television in the plug (port) that is properly labelled for antenna equipment.
I can't say that I'm hooked on TV. Others may have a different answer, though.
A TV antenna booster boosts the signal from the TV antenna to the broadcasters. It is useful if houses are far away from the broadcasters' towers such as in the countrysides, near the coasts, etc.
There is no product called a plasma antenna but a television antenna will work with a plasma television in exactly the same way as other telvisions.
1. Buy a Terk antenna. I have tried 4 other brands and there is no comparison. 2. Move the TV or antenna to eliminate interferance. Floresant lights or nearby metal will cause the signal to vary. 3. Connect the antenna then use your TV "menu" to tell your set to use the antenna input. Then choose "auto-program" to let your TV find signals. 4. For many channels, you have to turn the antenna or adjust… Read More
No, you can't use your house gutters for a TV antenna for a television set that is placed in your house.
get a tv and an antenna. It will be free.
You can get FOX with an antenna in the Tampa Florida area, and should also be able to get it in many other places where there is a FOX TV affiliated station.
All tv sets need an antenna if your not connected to cable or satellite.
All TV sets need a signal input of some type. If you are using Cable TV than you have no need for an antenna in addition. If you don't use Cable, then you'll need an antenna of some time, either a Satellite TV antenna, or to pick up broadcast TV stations, roof top antenna or rabbit ears might be all you need.
Do you need antenna to receive digital signals on LCD TV the TV has a built in HDTuner Can we use indoor antenna?
All TVs including new ATSC Digital ones use the same frequencies as older NTSC Analog sets. An amplified antenna is recommended because there is a threshold where a weak analog signal will be visible (with considerable static) but a digital tuner will not have sufficient strength to display a digital (no noise or static) picture. Outdoor roof Antennas work great as well, you don't need an HDTV antenna, discount stores should have one for around… Read More
The purpose of an antenna on a radio or tv set is so that it can get signal so we can view tv or listen to the radio
You will need a antenna if you don't have cable or Satellite.
find a connector adapter for your antenna to connect to the new tv.
To remove an old television antenna from your roof, you will need a ladder and a screw driver. You'll need to go up to the roof and unhook the antenna.
Comcast will provide you with a digital tv box that allows your television to receive the digital signal and therefore you won't need the digital tv antenna.
No, most projectors do not have TV tuners. You will need to connect the antenna to a digital TV tuner, and then connect the tuner to the TV.
The type of antenna has nothing to do with the brand or size of the TV it is connected too.
It depends.... 1. Buy an digital tv (Sdtv or Hdtv) plus an antenna. 2. Analog tv (if you have an older tv), buy a digital to analog converter box plus an antenna. 3. Analog tv and antenna connected to digital DVD or digital VCR.
Why do you need a voice controlled TV Antenna? TV antenna are fixed so you don't need voice control. Satellite TV Aerial may require change of position to face the satellite and you do have motorised automatic aerials which changes position when you change the TV channel.
I`m Not That Old !!!!!!!!!!! Just Kidding. It Was Brown In Color About 1/2 Inch Wide & Flat. The Two Wires That Were In The Antenna Cable Where The Wires One On Each Side. This Ran From Two Screws On The Back Of The TV To An Outside Antenna It Worked, But Not Near As Well As Cable TV. Most TVs Today Still Have A Feature To Use This Antenna To Pick Up Your Local… Read More
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You can purchase a digital antenna or HDTV antenna.
Community Antenna Television
The tv antenna should point toward the broadcast station's transmitter tower. South has nothing to do with it.
Does anybody really know the answer to this or do you just think you do I have analog tv I have basic cable no converter box will I be able to see picture I haven't seen the answer to this?
From what I have been able to gather, the digital converter set top box will be needed only if you receive television signals via an aerial antenna and you don't have a digital television set. If you are hooked up to cable or satellite, the digital converter will not be needed. I, for one, use a "rabbit ears" antenna and don't have a digital television and will need to purchase the DTV converter box.
If the TV antenna was built for the correct frequency, it would work but my second thought is do you want the antenna to send a directional signal? I would think a "omni" signal (all direction pattern) would be a better choice. Most TV antennas are directional.