Nov 9, 2019

Hook Up a TV Antenna

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#*'''Flat''' - The most recent rendition of antennae, a flat antenna requires very little fine-tuning after being plugged in next to the TV. Flat antennae also have superior range and reception in relation to other more traditional antennae.
 
#*'''Flat''' - The most recent rendition of antennae, a flat antenna requires very little fine-tuning after being plugged in next to the TV. Flat antennae also have superior range and reception in relation to other more traditional antennae.
 
#*'''"Rabbit ears"''' - A set of two telescoping antennae, the "rabbit ears" antenna set is one of the most common types used in households. These usually go behind the TV. The "rabbit ears" set is fine if you're close to a broadcast station.
 
#*'''"Rabbit ears"''' - A set of two telescoping antennae, the "rabbit ears" antenna set is one of the most common types used in households. These usually go behind the TV. The "rabbit ears" set is fine if you're close to a broadcast station.
#*'''Whip''' - One telescoping antenna. Whip antennae are similar to "rabbit ears" antennae in function and placement.
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#*'''Whip''' - One telescoping antenna. Whip antennae are similar to "rabbit ears" antennae in function and placement.
 
#*'''Outdoor (UHF)''' - Large, multi-element antennae that are usually mounted on the roof or in the attic. These are ideal for making long-range connections if you live in a remote location.
 
#*'''Outdoor (UHF)''' - Large, multi-element antennae that are usually mounted on the roof or in the attic. These are ideal for making long-range connections if you live in a remote location.
 
#Buy an extension cable if necessary. Especially if you're mounting an antenna outside, you'll need a coaxial cable that can reach from the antenna to your TV. You can usually find these online or in tech stores.
 
#Buy an extension cable if necessary. Especially if you're mounting an antenna outside, you'll need a coaxial cable that can reach from the antenna to your TV. You can usually find these online or in tech stores.


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