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Reddit mentions of 1byone TV Antenna, 50 Mile Range Amplified HDTV Antenna with Detachable Amplifier Signal Booster, USB Power Supply and 10 Feet Highest Performance Coaxial Cable-Black
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We found 61 Reddit mentions of 1byone TV Antenna, 50 Mile Range Amplified HDTV Antenna with Detachable Amplifier Signal Booster, USB Power Supply and 10 Feet Highest Performance Coaxial Cable-Black. Here are the top ones.
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- Free for Life - Never pay expensive cable or satellite fees again! 1byone TV Antenna can pull in all of your local news, weather, sitcoms, kids and sports programs absolutely FREE.
- High Performing Slim Design - Slim, soft and lightweight so you can hide it behind the TV, lay it flat on the table or stick it high on a window (with durability against moisture and direct sunshine). It'll pull in hundreds of crystal clear digital & HD shows!
- Included Detachable Amplifier - Use the amplifier for the tv antenna’s full 50 mile range, or remove it for better reception of you live nearer to the TV broadcast tower. Excellent reception on all FM/VHF/UHF channels. Mount Type-Indoor-table, wall, window
- 10FT Long Cable and USB Power - The long cable makes it easy to place the tv antenna in the best reception spot in your home. TV Antenna can be powered either by an outlet or a TV’s USB port.
- What You Receive: TV Antenna with integrated 10ft Coaxial Cable, Detachable Amplifier, 5ft USB Power Cable, Wall Adapter 5V 100mA, 3M Adhesive Mounting Stickers, instruction manual, warranty card, 90-day full refund, and 24-month warranty with friendly customer service
|Release date||November 2015|
|Size||S: 13.6 x 10.4 x 0.2 in|
If you don't want to subscribe to Hulu and want the same, a $25 digital antenna will give you access as well. Gets a bit spotty when it's really storming outside, otherwise works pretty well.
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Use the remaining money to stock the fridge, get your easytech to mod the FireTV with Kodi. If you don't want to stock the fridge you could use the remaining money on small appliances (coffee machine, instant hot water machine, etc)
You don't really have to pay for local channels either. Just buy an antenna! Cut the cable this year and got this thing to replace it. I get about 30 or so channels for free.
Gotta stream Ravens games through like www.Nfl2go.com mostly since I'm on the west coast
Buy a 50 mile antenna from Amazon or BestBuy: I have this one and depending on the TV I hook it to I get between 20 and 35 channels, local news, NFL, works well.
i have one of these and am in the huntersville area and get the big local networks crystal clear, not sure about the other random channels, ive never tuned into them
I have a couple things going for me. My TV has a built in digital tuner and I live in a major city with access to over 50 OTA channels (most of them crap admittedly).
Up until a couple years ago, you could take for granted that any TV you bought would come with a digital tuner built-in. It's become less common now on newer TVs since eliminating it is a cost cutting measure and OTA just isn't that popular.
However, if you check your TV and it had a coaxial digital antenna input, then all you need is one of these antennas:
If you don't, then you will also need a tuner box that outputs HDMI or whatever:
If you want to watch/record to your computer rather than watching on your TV, than you need a TV tuner for your computer:
As I mentioned before, I live in an area where I can get dozens of channels over the air, including Fox. My parents on the other hand live in the middle of nowhere and can get maybe two OTA channels, neither of which are Fox. Watching the Super Bowl OTA is not an option for them and many other people. I would recommend punching your street into this site to get a rough idea of what channels will be available to you:
I can only get channel 7 and 13 consistently, and then all the random ones. The new TV will get channel 4 sometimes too. We're using this one and tried this one with the same results.
Honestly, so little football is aired locally anymore you're probably going to have to find other means to watch. Thursday night games were on Twitter last year, and Sunday Night games were free from (I think) NBC. A couple of people mentioned Sling, but PS Vue is rated better. It works decently well as long as you're not using the Fire Stick, and you can access directly through ESPN and some other apps.
This works great for me. Picks up around 30 assorted channels, including all the major networks in HD.
Have a fancy antenna in MD. Works great and everyone remarks on the clarity. I have the major networks (CBS, NBC, FOX) and a few other garbage channels that I never watch.
Not the person you responded to, but I have this one and it works well for me. I would caution against getting an antenna without checking your local signals and availability though. You can do that here - it's pretty accurate for me at least and I get 17 channels, which includes CBS, NBC, ABC, and FOX.
I watch 95% of my games during the season using my antenna or someone's log-in for ESPN/BTN.
Depending on where you are on the Island...
I'd go for something like this
1byone Amplified HDTV Antenna - 50 Mile Range with Detachable Amplifier Power Supply for the Highest Performance and 10ft Coax Cable https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IF70T4M/ref=cm_sw_r_other_awd_WQ41wbY7HNQ1A
Go for a window, as high as possible, facing towards Manhattan
You'll get all the basics, and something's you might have never seen before
Eh, I would splurge a little bit for an antenna with a 50-mile range ($30 on Amazon), especially for those of us living in Metro Detroit. The difference could mean being able to pick up stations in Toledo.
For those who are curious, you can calculate the range to local stations with this website, and make a decision accordingly.
Buy an OTA Antenna. You get a full 1080p picture on WJZ which is compressed even on Fios. Even when I had cable I preferred watching on an antenna.
The Canadian Streams are always high quality, and I think there are ways to make it look like you are in Canada to get past the restrictions.
Other options, maybe a relative or roommates relative has satellite and you can explain the pickle you're in and can borrow their satellite login email and password. It doesn't affect anything else other than getting you past the stupid timer so I've found. NBC streams haven't been so bad this year.
Universities or coffee shops closeby sometimes have satellite TVs set up, look around, they usually have NBC primetime at very least.
Grab an antenna that you can plug into your computer to pick up tv signals. They're pretty cheap now. Again, kinda stuck with primetime options here too, but it's something.
My experience this year has been better than most, though it took some setup.
So now, if I'm up at 5a I can watch r/curling narrated by a late night jazz radio host live with, at most, the occasional two second "Commercial Break" splash screen. If I sleep in I just watch the streams as I want, and try to avoid spoilers.
I haven't bothered with primetime, so I don't get the bad commentators, I don't see any ads, I can skip the parts that are slow, and I have thus far watched everything I've wanted to from the comfort of my bed. But it did take some setup.
Not I. I have this one in a bedroom and this one in the living room through a Sling box. I'm in Lenexa but both worked fine when I lived in Gardner as well.
The antenna i bought was the 1 by one
I don't think the antenna is the problem because i picked up channels with the old vizio with no problems what so ever. All i get with this tv is glitchyness. I'm not sure what would cause that. Bad Jack? Bad tuner? Tv not compatible?
It's hard to say without knowing which antenna you're considering. All I know that is that I tried a number of antennas without amplifiers ($15-150) and nothing worked. The amplifier changed everything for me.
Edit: this one looks promising at less than 1/3 the price. It might be worth a try.
I've recently kind of made the switch. I'll mention my setup since it involves a bit of what you are using as well as some of the other recommendations:
I'm currently using some Apple TVs hooked up to the TVs. I know that from one of your comments that you are using an AppleTV (I'm using 4th Gen).
I've got an HDHomeRun, which transmits the Over The Air (OTA) over my home network (and am using this antenna with it).
It's worked pretty well for live TV. I've tried HomeRun's DVR software (which costs extra), but have had rather so-so results.
Anyway, if you do get an HDHomeRun, then on your AppleTV you will want to get the Channels app. It costs a bit (more than I'd like it to have, but eh...), and make sure that you buy it through the AppleTV, since there is a separate version for iOS, and if you buy it for iOS, you don't get the tvOS version and visa versa. Although the cost is annoying, it works quite well.
Right now I am trying DirectTV Now. It's been working moderately well (also I'm using a Gigapower connection through AT&T). I'll have to review in a few months whether I want to keep it or not.
Then, if you do happen to have some sort of other (DLNA) media server in the house (Plex, Kodi), then Infuse is a great app (and if you get the iOS version, you also get the tvOS version).
Another thing that I should also probably note is that with the HDHomeRun devices, none of them are actually wireless. So you'll have to have the device (and antenna) either by your router, or otherwise connected up through a wired line.
Anyways, it's been nice in that this set up has meant that I'm getting the local OTA channels a player for my media server, DirectTV Now, Netflix, WatchESPN, and a few more things all on one device now.
The funny thing is that it was really live sports that kept me with regular cable, but now between DirectTV Now/WatchESPN, I've actually got more sports channels than I did before, but at a lower cost.
When I moved into my apartment 6 years ago, I didn't even bother with cable or an antenna, I just streamed everything. But last year around Super Bowl time I decided to get one. First I tried a 25 mile Amazon Basics one, which mostly worked but there were a few channels I wouldn't get without repositioning it. Then I got this. Works SO much better. I get all the basics, and although not everything is in 1080p, I don't have to move the antenna around at all. Then again, living at the bottom of Grimes Hill and having the antenna on the side of the apartment away from Manhattan probably has something to do with that. No picture but it's just sticky tape mounted to the wall. Setup was plugging everything in then walking around where I wanted to mount it to see where I would get the best reception.
Make sure its up 20ft+ and watch it OTA
Most newer TVs can still be attached to antennas. A couple summers ago my dad and step summer cut cable and used an antenna to just watch over the air channels, and his TVs were all pretty new.
Edit: This one for example just seems to screw in to the coax on the TV.
1byone Amplified HDTV Antenna - 50 Mile Range with Detachable Amplifier Power Supply for the Highest Performance and 10ft Coax Cable https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IF70T4M/ref=cm_sw_r_other_awd_CeRJwbPP9YHHV
Ah okay. The Vizio doesn't have a tuner, and that's a mandatory requirement to receive and decode OTA/Free TV signals. You'll need both an antenna AND a tuner. I've linked to some above to give you a rough idea of how much it'll cost you. There's no all-in-one devices that I'm aware of.
I can't speak to the quality of the tuner, but that is the same antenna I have connected to my P607, and it works really well for me.
EDIT: I want my banana sticker for coming up with a solution!
Here's a one time $30 cost for an antenna that picks up all the basic channels that carry big events like the Oscars and most of the important sports games. Also picks up about 50 other channels over the air.
Most somewhat newer TVs (~last 10 years) should have a digital tuner in them. You can install the antenna via the coaxial cable and plug it in to a power source. It can be USB on the back of your TV or USB wall outlet adapter.
Here is a good entry level one I've seen recommended a lot. https://www.amazon.com/1byone-Amplified-HDTV-Antenna-Detachable/dp/B00IF70T4M
I'm not sure if it's because of my internet connection, but I've always had pretty bad experiences with CBS.com, especially during highly watched episodes (I missed the climax of last season's fore making comp and almost cried). You can buy a pretty damn cheap antenna that you can hook up to any TV and get a fair amount of channels, including CBS. This is the one I use, and it works like a charm.
This probably won't help you tonight unless you Prime Now it (or go to an actual Brick & Mortar electronics store... I know right) but if you get a product like this one:
You can usually pick up free HDTV channels for the main network channels like ABC, CBS, NBC.
For some reason I can't expand, view your tv report (I'm sure it's something on my side), but I can say that I have a few of these around my property and I'm truly impressed. Can't beat the price. I bought them at $30, but they're almost half the price this week. This one picked way more channels than what Best buy was selling (the Leaf)
1byone TV Antenna, 50 Mile Range Amplified HDTV Antenna with Detachable Amplifier Signal Booster, USB Power Supply and 10 Feet Highest Performance Coaxial Cable-Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IF70T4M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_3DJIAbHQQCSWZ
Will this do?
(1byone Amplified HDTV Antenna - 50 Mile Range with Detachable Amplifier USB Power Supply and 10ft Coax Cable https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IF70T4M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_mMLEybK4498P1)
I'm in Southport and I have the same problem. It's so frustrating! I just bought a brand new GE Bar HD 200 Pro w/ 50-mile range antenna and can pick up every channel with ease except for WTHR. I finally found a signal after messing around with it for about an hour but it's in a very inconvenient spot on the ledge of the window. I think I'm going to return it and try this one out: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00IF70T4M/. It's got a lot of good reviews.
I have the same TV as you and have recently purchased 1byone 50 Mile Range Amplified HDTV Antenna and 1byone ATSC Digital Converter Box
I've been using them for about two weeks and have had no issues whatsoever.
This is the one I have:
I had to play around with different locations to get a good signal. For me, it works best up high on the wall, on the northwest side of my house.
I have this one in another room on a different TV... it's not been the best to say the least. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00IF70T4M/ Can't get one local channel at all, and they are 4 miles from me.
Thanks for the advice.
I guess I'd personally start cheaper and return/exchange since all of these antenna take longer to get or if the box than setup:
$8 (with code: 8B38MY4B ) - 1byone 25 Mile Flat
$5 (+shipping, $12 total to my house) Monoprice Paper Thin 35Mi
$16 - Amazon Basics Flat Antenna
$30 - 1byone 50 Mile Amplified
$35 - Mohu Releaf
$40 - Antennas Direct ClearStream Eclipse
I use one of these on my boat and it works pretty good.
I also have the flat antenna. I got it off Amazon. You can buy a more expensive flat antenna for better reception. I have this one.
It's likely not a satellite but a regular TV antenna: https://amazon.com/dp/B00IF70T4M/
You can get one of these antennas and they'll pick up whatever local channels you have available (plus like FOX, CBS, ABC, NBC, etc) for free.
I have tried 2. One was a little Best Buy special, it didn't work too well. So I looked on Amazon and bought the one below and it actually performed worse. It is currently mounted in the window. I'm still only able to get a few channels with it.
Very carefully if you got a crappy antenna.
I got this and it comes in no problem near the same area as you.
like upofadown and Mr_You said you can get a flat antenna with an amplifier ..
This seems to be a popular model and it is amplified .. but this is the type they are suggesting and its probably a good bet.
Check online prices from known retailers you might get a deal $20
I have an older standard MagicJack but i have a $99 5 year plan and thats good to have if you can afford it because it locks you in with your phone number and your service
Also you can use the App from your phone and place calls over VOIP using your home number on the road and also receive your home calls when you're on the road but I have not tested receiving calls just placing them
Get an antennae. Something like this.
You should be able to get all the over the air channels like Fox, CBS, NBC, etc. Use this site to see what channels your area get. https://www.fcc.gov/media/engineering/dtvmaps
I recommend this as well but it is expensive. Try an amazon knockoff:
Same thing as a leaf but cheaper.
Do you live within the broadcast area? I use one of these to get my Redskins fix.
I was thinking something more discreet like [this] (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IF70T4M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_udBczb6S3KN0J)
Hopefully hide behind the TV. I'm so new around here, maybe it's quite known that they aren't very good?
> Height is usually the most important variable so if you end up significantly higher than with your current antenna you might have something there. You might want to try your current antenna on the 2nd floor first before buying anything else.
My current antenna is at the same level. It's just a cheaper
It's this one that I once picked up for <$10!
>Your signals are coming from the east. Wouldn't that leave the antenna pointing west?
So you are telling me I am doing it wrong by mounting it on the east wall? I can mount it on the the other end of the closet if it make any difference? It's anyways empty, IDK if this one is a directional antenna or not!
If the 2nd TV has a TV tuner, I would suggest just getting an antenna for it. If the reception is good, I think it's the easiest option.
Something like this can be great : https://www.amazon.ca/1byone-Amplified-Detachable-Performance-Booster-Black/dp/B00IF70T4M
There's a lot of models available on Amazon, check the reviews to find the best one for you, but I strongly suggest choosing one that includes an amplifier (or purchase an amplifier separately).
This one picks up every channel, 90-95% of the time for me. Occasionally the signal is bad, but if I move it around it's fine. I live in Germantown, so I am pretty close to the Roxborough towers.
Haha, sorry my suggestion wasn't more helpful then. By chance have you tried the amplified version of same?
Eagles fan in Oregon here and complete cable cutter. I usually bite the bullet and get the nfl sunday ticket and its great (given you have a good internet connection). nflstreams can just be super unreliable some weeks. I also make the small investment in a hd antenna like the following:
That allows me to catch them if they are on local broadcast and blacked out on the ticket.
The only games I cant get are those on ESPN and NFL Network. Those I will usually find a local sports bar to go watch because they are typically prime time games
ada yg bisa bantu gmn cara dapetin antena TV ini supaya sampai ke Indonesia? saya sudah cari yg sama di ebay & ali ga ada yg mau ship outside USA :(
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atau ada yg pakai antena bentuknya sprt ini di rumah? saya mau beli yg ada aja kl gtu yg mirip2 kl ada yg pakai merk lain di rumah boleh share. Thanks
No, no amp. I'm pretty sure this is the antenna we've got; it only plugs into the TV, and I see that the amplified models of this particular antenna have a separate component we don't have.
Thanks! I do have a few:
> Does it have local sports HD broadcasts?
You are looking for a HD digital antena for your tv. Your local tv stations have been broadcasting in HD by law for about 8 years.
what kind of signal booster? I just picked up one of THESE from Amazon and I'm only picking up like 6 channels. I used to have an antenna at my old house about 5 miles away and got 40+ channels.. :(
Hello, I am looking at one of these antennas and was hoping to get some opinions on what antenna would be best for me? Any help is greatly appreciated.
http://www.amazon.com/1byone-Amplified-HDTV-Antenna-Performance/dp/B00IF70T4M. I have this antenna and get all the major channels including abc