An antenna is a great way to watch 100% free HD TV from networks like ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC. Not only that, but in many areas you will also find networks like PBS, The CW, Comet, Buzzr, MeTV, and so many more.
The problem is there are just as many antennas as there are TV networks to pick from. If you buy the wrong one you may find yourself missing out on free networks that you may have otherwise picked up. So today we are going to help you pick the right antenna for you.
The first thing you need to do is find out if an indoor or outdoor antenna is right for you. We recommend you visit Antennaweb.org. There, you can enter your address to find out what channels you can get with an indoor or outdoor antenna.
Now that you know if you want an indoor or outdoor antenna, here are a few options.
BEST INDOOR ANTENNAS
Mohu has made a name for themselves as one of the best US made antennas on the market. If you are within 50 miles of the towers you may want to look at the Mohu Curve 50 TV antenna as a great option.
Winegard is a popular flat indoor antenna brand. You can find the 50-mile range Winegard antenna on Amazon HERE. It is perfect for hiding behind a curtain or other options.
Antennas Direct is well known for its outdoor antenna, but they also have a great indoor antenna called the Eclipse. You can find the Eclipse on Amazon HERE.
Channel Master sells a smart antenna that will help you tune the antenna by steering it to the right settings to pick up the channels you want. You can find the Channel Master SMARTenna+ on Amazon HERE.
BEST OUTDOOR ANTENNAS
With the Antennas Direct Clearstream 4Max you will find one of the most powerful antennas on the market right now with an advertised range of 70+ miles.
The Mohu Sky is one of the most recognizable antennas for cord cutters. Mohu, based here in the United States, has created a name for themselves for making quality antennas. You can find the Mohu Sky on Amazon HERE.
The Antop antenna is a powerful antenna for cord cutters with a reported range of up to 85 miles. It even comes with an adjustable booster that allows you to increase the power of the amplifier or turn it down depending on your needs.
*Note: Any miles listed are claimed by the antenna manufacturer and based on best case testing.
There you go, our picks for the best indoor and outdoor antennas for cord cutters. Have one you want to add to this list? Leave us a comment and let us know.
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