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Looking for a New Antenna? We Can Help!

Digital-tv-antenna-620x400 (Small)Been thinking about buying an antenna but not sure what you need to get the channels you want? We can help!

Cord Cutters News has released a new site called to help you find the kind of antenna you need before you spend money on an antenna.

All you have to do is visit and enter your address. From there we pull data right from the FCC database to show you what stations you will receive with an indoor antenna vs. an outdoor antenna.

You will even get a Google Map that will clearly show you where the towers are around your home to help you aim your antenna at the towers you want to pick up.

Antenna Reviews

Not only do we help you pick an indoor vs. outdoor antenna, but we also supply reviews of a range of antennas. (With more on the way as quickly as we can review them.) These reviews will help you make the right decisions when you are looking for an antenna to access a ton of 100% free content.’=

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2 Responses to Looking for a New Antenna? We Can Help!

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    dogman May 10, 2016 at 9:23 am #

    Bought the Mohu Sky – it was more expensive than other antennas, but I get 56 channels w/o any issues.

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    Randy May 11, 2016 at 9:33 am #

    I have two antennas – an RCA Antenna (ANT 751) and an Amazon Basics, and I get mostly good results. I bought a Channel Master DVR+ last year (retiring my Media PC) and while I like the way it functions, I feel the tuner is lacking. I live in a major city and am within 15 miles of all the major broadcast stations and my signals in some channels still suffer from dropout.

    This past weekend I re-wired my system after having an old cable TV installation’s wiring. I put in my new RF cable in with as straight a line as I could from antenna to the DVR+, but it actually made things worse. Our ABC affiliate is mostly unwatchable during most of the day.

    I don’t live down in a valley, so I’m frustrated that some channels are still problematic.