Channel Master SMARTenna+ Eliminate OTA Antenna Reception Issues
Sometimes finding the perfect spot to place your indoor OTA antenna can be challenging. Channel Master has introduced the SMARTenna+ antenna to make watching broadcast television even easier. The SMARTenna+ is a processor-enabled antenna that is designed to increase antenna reception. It comes equipped with seven virtual antennas and an internal processor that analyzes the signals and optimizes the antenna to receive the most channels. It’s like having seven different antennas built into one. There is also a fine-tuning button to maximize your TV reception. With this antenna, you can eliminate up to 90 percent of the most common indoor reception issues.
Channel Master SMARTenna+
Active Steering Technology
Active Steering Technology allows the antenna to scan the area and determine the most channels it can receive for its current placement. The SMARTenna+ is truly a smart antenna. You no longer need to wonder if you are getting the best results for your area. This also eliminates the need to move or reposition the antenna.
The SMARTenna+ comes with a fine-tuning button. By pushing the button, you can select up to seven different antenna configurations or modes. This is useful if you are not getting the best reception on a particular channel.
The SMARTenna+ comes with a built-in interface filtering and low noise amplifier. This will ensure the best signal possible and eliminate interference from cell phones and other noise-producing objects.
Push on Mini Coax Connectors
The SMARTenna+ also comes with convenient push-on coax connectors. This removes the need for screw-on connectors allowing for easy install or removal of cabling.
What you get:
- 6′ – Mini Coaxial Cable1
- 6′ – Mini Coaxial Cable
- Power Supply
- Quick Start Guide
- 1-Year Limited Hardware Warranty
- Active Steering Technology for Signal Reception Optimization
- Seven Virtual Antenna Positions Inside a Single Enclosure
- Internal Low-Noise Amplifier
- Built-in Interference Filtering
- Maximum Indoor Reception Range
- New Patented Push-On Connector
- Ultra-Shielded Professional Quality Coaxial Cable
SMARTenna+ Installation Video.
Where to Buy:
The Channel Master SMARTenna+ antenna is available at this retailer:
With any indoor OTA antenna, you need to be within 50 miles of the broadcast towers to ensure good reception. The antenna should be placed on a wall away from any major obstructions and face the broadcast towers. If you live further away you should consider an outdoor antenna. Are you having trouble placing an OTA antenna? Then use this site’s antenna locator tool.
Channel Master has been an innovator in the over the air television space for many years. Channel Master also offers a full line of indoor/outdoor antennas, mounts, and an OTA DVR. The SMARTenna+ makes it even easier to cut the cord and start watching free over the air broadcast television. Check to see if you can get free over the are television.
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hello i have an out door 8200xl vhf uhf antenna on a 45 ft tower i an getting to much interference on vhf channels 8 thrue 13 i think its cumming from a ham frequency or a pager hitting my antenna is there a filter i can use to block that frequency out of my antenna
It could also be cellular tower interference. You could try a Channel Master LTE Filter it might help to filter out frequency interference.
Since those vhf frequencies are from 180-216Mhz, pager, ham, or commercial radio interference is very unlikely.
It’s more likely just interference from a electrical source or device near the antenna causing electrical noise.
Take a AM radio tuned to dead air and walk around the area in question to find electrical noise sources
ok lets talk about outdoor stuff only at 50 feet elevation with fox wfla 8 from 34428 to tampa fl during the day i get splash on my antenna at night around 8 pm its all good what frequency causes the splash
hello again I forgot to mention that I have the titan 2 cm7777v3 witch has the lte filter in it do you make a filter to block out ham or pagers signals ?
I don’t think a filter like that exists. It seems since the FCC repacked many of the channels frequency issues have become worse.
thank you for the info be safe