Antennas are a resource for cord cutters that shouldn’t be overlooked. With antennas, you can potentially receive dozens of HD channels, all for free.
In this post, we’re sharing five of the best indoor antennas for cord cutters.
Note: There is no one antenna that will be the best choice for every cord cutter. Before purchasing an antenna, use a website like AntennaWeb for suggestions about which antennas to use and which channels you’ll receive with the different options available in your area.
The ClearStream Eclipse Sure Grip Amplified TV Antenna grips to any smooth surface, allowing you to move the antenna to different locations, including walls and windows, to find out where you’ll get the best results. The antenna includes a 20 dB in-line amplifier, 15 ft. of high-performance coaxial cable, and a Sure Grip strip.
This paper thin antenna reaches out in a 50 mile radius to bring you OTA channels for free. The Leaf 50 comes with a 16 ft. cable, 15dB gain antenna amplifier and includes an antenna amplifier with CleanPeak Filtering technology, which helps to filter out cellular and FM signals that could interfere with your picture quality and viewing experience.
The FlatWave Amped is a 50-mile long range multi-directional indoor amplified TV antenna with an embedded digital TV antenna amplifier, attached 18.5 ft. mini coax cable and USB power cable with 110v adapter. FlatWave amplified antennas feature Clear Circuit technology to give you the absolute best signal quality.
This super slim indoor antenna offers a 35 to 50-mile range with multiple setup option, allowing you to place the antenna on a wall or window or on a table with the included stand. With a Smart Pass amplifier, exclusive to ANTOP, you’ll get the perfect mix of short and long-range reception. The Paper Thin Antenna includes a stand, double-sided suction cup and sticker, and a 10 ft. coax cable.
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The SMARTenna+ is an amplified, long-range indoor digital TV antenna designed to receive signal in challenging areas up to 60 miles and from 360 degrees without having to reposition the antenna. A Low-Noise Amplifier boosts poor quality signals without adding noise and interference. The antenna includes a 6 ft. mini coax cable, a 16 ft. mini coax cable, power supply, and adhesive tabs.
Learn more about using an antenna in your cord cutting setup with our 5 Antenna Tips for New Cord Cutters.
Are you using an indoor antenna? Let us know which one you prefer and how many free OTA channels you’re getting in the comments below!
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