Are Clearstream antennas any good?

The Clearstream 4 Max is a solid, well-built antenna for areas with strong to medium strength TV reception. The antenna is sensitive and did well in our tests performing just a little below the Winegard Elite 7550, our favorite antenna of this type.

Is Clearstream 4 Max better than 2MAX?

The 4MAX is a longer range antenna. Purchasing the 2MAX over the 4MAX is greatly determined by where you live and where the towers are located. If you have stations that are within 70 miles of your location, I would recommend the 4MAX, if you have stations within 60 miles, I would recommend the 2MAX.

Is the Clearstream antenna amplified?

Product Description. The ClearStream ECLIPSEâ„¢ amplified indoor HDTV antenna features new advanced performance to receive a greater range of frequencies for 50+ miles away from the towers. Grips to any smooth surface, such as a wall or window.

How do you point a Clearstream antenna?

Point the front of the antenna in the direction of your TV stations’ broadcast towers and check reception by scanning for channels. If you are not receiving all of the available channels, move the antenna and rescan.

Is the ClearStream 4MAX amplified?

Make your installation a breeze and split signals to three TVs with this ClearStream 4MAX Complete Amplified antenna. Receive signals 70+ miles away with long-range, multi-directional UHF and VHF reception.

Are antennas correct?

In the U.S. and Canada, the plural of the noun antenna is antennae when the word denotes the flexible sensory appendages on insects and other animals. But when the word refers to a metallic apparatus for sending or receiving electromagnetic signals, American and Canadian writers usually use antennas.

How far can a digital antenna reach?

Commercial Over-the-Air TV antennas are marketed with distance ratings between 20 to 60 miles (for most indoor models) and up to 150+ miles (for ‘extreme’ outdoor models). But, in real-world conditions the idea reception areas for antenna TV are within about 35 miles of local broadcast towers.