Antenne extérieure numérique est évalué
Rated 5 de
Was a little tough assembling as it comes with no real instructions. You need to carefully look at the picture on the box and mimic that. Get the bays in the right order and the cable contacts correct.
I put mine in the attic about 20ft above ground level and fished a cable through the interior walls from the basement to the attic (took a while but worked well using 3 6ft metal poles taped together to feed a string then the cable up). Pointed one bay towards the stations at Camp fortune and the other at the stations from east of Manotick. I got 100% strength on all 15 stations from the 2 locations.
I used an old shovel handle as my post and screwed the one end to the rafter and then aimed the bays in the correct directions.
Antennae seems pretty sturdy and probably could well withstand outside weather if that is where it were to go one day.
It could not pick up any american stations even though I read that some people said they have. I believe the wider area range this antenna is meant to capture reduces the distance that the broadcasting station can be away. The other more expensive digiwave antennae seems to be meant for more distant stations but at the expense of narrower width range (ie: you will only get far away stations you point at well and may miss other nearby stations). I may someday get one of these antennae also and connect it to this model to see what happens. Note that the cable wires to each differnt model antennae have to be the same length or you may mess up the reception (ie: the cables from antenna to a splittter/joiner cable box on the main cable to TV must be same length)
Date de publication: 2018-06-14