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This bundle HD2805 is paired with Flat Coaxial Cable + 4-way Splitter
The Lava HD-2805 Ultra is a top selling, great performing UHF/VHF HDTV Antenna. Rated at 110 miles, possible 125 mile and recommend up to 50-80 miles, depending on terrain. We have tested the HD-2805 Ultra extensively in the Northwest and are more than pleased with its performance. Watch the Highest Quality HD Programming Available in the USA for Free, with the Lava HD2805 Ultra HDTV Antenna. ( Also works with Standard Tube TV's when connected to a DTV Digital to Analog Converter Box).
Features & Benefits
Flat Coaxial Cable - Eliminates the need to drill holes thru walls. This Flat Coaxial Cable allows to to run the coaxial cable under a door, thru a window and more. No Drill Required!
The Lava Ultra 4-way Splitter allows you to utilize your homes existing Coaxial Cable with our Outdoor TV Antennas.
1 – LAVA HD-2805 ULTRA Outdoor Antenna Main Unit
1 – Flat Coaxial Cable
1 – Ultra 4-Way Whole House Splitter
1 – Power Adapter 15v
1 – Motor Rotor - No Outdoor electrical needed/uses low voltage up the Coaxial Cable from Control Box.
1 – G3 Control Box with Full Gain Control, Remote Control to Rotate the TV Antenna from the comfort of your couch and superior grounding to protect your equipment.
1 – 4 foot coaxial patch Cable
User Manual and Instructions
LAVA HD-2805 Technical Specifications:
Frequency(UHF) 470-860 MHz
Max. Rotation 360˚
Max. Output Level: 145 dBµV
Working Voltage: 110V/60Hz
DC Input: 15V-19V
Frequently Asked Questions:
1. Which HDTV Antenna is best for me?
Our rule is… if you are able to put an Outdoor TV Antenna outside or in your attic, then an Outdoor TV Antenna is best for you. The Outdoor HDTV Antennas will give you the strongest, most solid signal and the ability for you to pick up the most available TV channels in your area. Our Outdoor HDTV Antennas are Easy to Install. We offer Free Support, if needed.
Indoor HDTV Antenna’s will also work for people that live within 8 to 10 miles of the TV broadcast towers. For people to live farther away than 10 miles the broadcast towers, the indoor antenna will still work but you will possibly not receive all the available TV channels.
2. Are there any monthly fees?
There are no monthly fees. The HDTV Antennas will pick up the Free Digital TV signals being broadcast across the USA, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Guam, and anywhere else that UHF and VHF TV signals are available. No monthly fees!
3. What channels will I receive?
The channels you receive will depend on what area you live in. Most people in the USA will be able to receive all the major networks like ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, Ion, the CW and PBS in HD. Most people in the US will also receive channels like Universal sports, TUFF-TV, Retro-TV, Antenna-TV, This-TV and foreign-language channels too.
4. Is this legal?
Yes, the UHF and VHF TV signals that you will pick up with your HDTV antenna are 100% legal and are broadcast over the air across the USA, Canada, and Mexico.
5. Will these HDTV antennas work with my old tube TV.
Yes, all of the HDTV antennas that we offer at TV Antenna Sale.com will work with standard tube TVs when connected to a Digital to Analog Converter Box. Note: most every HDTV manufactured since 2006, comes with a built in ATSC Digital Tuner.
6. Is it easy to install?
Yes, all of the HDTV antenna's we sell are easy to install.
The Indoor HDTV Antennas simply plug the power supply into a regular wall socket and then screw coaxial into the back of your HDTV. If you have a standard television you apply the coaxial into your digital to analog converter box then plug your digital to analog converter box into your television.
Our Outdoor HDTV Antennas are lightweight and come with a plastic housing and do not require to be grounded. They also include a pole mounting bracket 40 feet of RG six coaxial cable and detailed instructions on how to set it up.
7. Does the Motor Rotor Need to be plugged in to an electrical outlet outside?
No, The Motor Rotor is powered by Low Voltage being sent up the Coaxial Cable from your Control Box.