HD Free Unlimited Antenna

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HD Free Unlimited Antenna is a television antenna that's meant to help users access a variety of cable networks without signing a contract or being responsible for monthly bills. It's stated that the antenna can be installed inside or outside the home, and it can also provide television signals to boats and RVs, as long as they're equipped with electricity. Aside from containing terminals for three different televisions, it's specified that each antenna's signal booster contains a terminal for one radio.

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Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of HD Free Unlimited Antenna is $99.99 plus $19.99 shipping for a total price of $119.98.

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How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Add Base or Bracket

    To get started with your antenna, attach the included base if you're going to be placing it on a flat surface indoors. If you're going to be hanging it indoors or outdoors, add the included bracket to it instead. Either way, be sure to also screw the included left and right arms onto each side of the antenna.

  2. Connect White Cable

    Next, connect the included white coaxial cable (which has a waterproof cap) to the terminal on the back of the antenna. Slide the boot of the cable up all the way in order to give the connection the maximum amount of protection possible.

  3. Place or Hang Antenna

    After you've connected the white cable, place or hang your antenna in the location of your choice. Ideally, it should be in a high place, and if it's indoors, it should be near a window or wall but away from other appliances.

  4. Set up Signal Booster

    The next required task will be to set up your signal booster. To do so, place it near your television and fairly close to your antenna. Then, connect the end of the white cable that's not plugged into your antenna to the booster. More specifically, the white cable should be plugged into the terminal of the booster that's located furthest to the right (and is labeled ANT). Connect the booster's black power supply cable to the booster and plug the other end into an electrical outlet.

  5. Connect Television and Booster

    Finally, grab the second coaxial cable that's included with your system, which will be black. Plug one end into the back of your TV, into the terminal that's labeled ANT IN, and then plug the other end into any of the terminals on the booster that are labeled TV. Following that, all your parts will be set up and you'll be able to use your instruction manual to set up your remote control and find television channels.

How It Works

After you've set up your antenna, it'll pick up electromagnetic waves that will then transmit television (or radio) channels to any connected television. In most areas, you should receive a wide variety of channels, since it'll pick up waves that are coming from up to 100 miles in any direction of the device. Meanwhile, the antenna's 4G LTE filter will help block out any signals that are being transmitted by cell phone towers, so you'll be able to view your chosen channels with as little interference as possible.


  • Comes Assembled

    As alluded to above, you won't actually have to assemble your antenna once you receive it, since it'll come already put together. All you'll need to do is add the bracket or base and connect it to the other parts in your system, such as the signal booster. If you ever want to move your antenna, you'll simply be able to move it without having to take it all apart and assemble it again. It's quite compact, so most users shouldn't have difficulty carrying it from one place to another.

  • Can Use With Three Televisions

    Once you've got your antenna set up for use, you'll be able to connect up to three televisions (and one radio, for FM radio signals) to the signal booster. You'll be able to watch a different show on each television, too, instead of having to have them all tuned to the same program. However, you may need to obtain some extra cables, above and beyond the ones that are included with your antenna and booster.

  • Weatherproof

    Each HD Free Unlimited Antenna has an ultraviolet coating that'll help protect it from adverse weather conditions, such as heavy snow and rain. Although your signal strength may decrease during certain types of weather, your antenna should never end up getting damaged by any sort of weather. If you decide to use it in a boat, it'll also be able to withstand occasional splashes of water without breaking down.

  • Adjustable Gain Dial

    On top of the signal booster that you've received with this antenna, you'll notice a dial that's known as a gain dial. You'll automatically receive clear 4K reception on your television when you use this antenna system, but you can make it even clearer by turning this dial up or down. In a rural area, you may need to turn the dial up as far as it can go to get multiple channels. On the other hand, if you already receive many networks, you'll be able to turn it down to get a more precise picture.

Positive Points

  • No Contracts Required

    To access a multitude of cable networks through an established cable company, you'll likely be required to sign a contract and be on the hook for monthly payments. Alternatively, when you install an HD Free Unlimited Antenna, you'll be able to access various networks without committing yourself to that type of scheme. The only bill that the antenna will contribute to is your electricity bill, and if you ever stop using it for a certain period of time, you won't incur any expenses associated with it.

  • Works With Any Remote Control

    You won't receive a remote control with your HD Free Unlimited Antenna, but you'll be able to continue to use the remote that you usually use with each television you connect it to. That means you won't end up with any extra remotes sitting around and taking up space.

Negative Points

  • Signal Decreases With More TVs

    While you can connect up to three televisions to the same signal booster and antenna system, there's a good chance that the signal strength of the system will decrease with each television that you add. In other words, if you have only one television connected to your antenna and booster, you'll likely receive more channels than you would if you were to connect two or three.

Critical Advice

If your antenna is outdoors and you live in an area in which it snows frequently, it's important that you clean any snow off of your antenna regularly. When one of these antennas is even partially covered in snow, this may interfere with its ability to pick up as many channels as it normally would.

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Do not buy HD Free Unlimited Antenna online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy HD Free Unlimited Antenna online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.


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Posted: 21 Nov 2020 Ramon Class Rodriguez - (Greenwood Village, CO)

Over Priced/does not Work as Advertised

Constantly have to reset or move. Its radius is actually 30 to 40 miles. You can get the same result from a $29 unit. Also, you have to pay for the delivery and return of the unit. $20 each way. Total Rip-off.

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