With Channel Master's super-sleek and compact CM-4045HD FLATenna you can hide your TV antenna in plain sight. Whether you wall-mount it or place it horizontally or vertically on a table or counter top, you'll be able to enjoy your favorite network shows broadcast in crystal-clear high definition without paying a penny in monthly subscriptions. This is a non-amplified antenna — it's best suited to metropolitan and suburban areas with moderate to high signal strength. The CM-4045HD connects easily to a TV or a computer with a TV tuner.

Product Highlights:

  • recommended for metropolitan and suburban areas
  • receives digital and analog TV signals — high-band VHF (channels 7-13) and UHF (channels 14-51)
  • can be wall-mounted or placed horizontally or vertically on a tabletop
  • 42" coaxial cable included
  • 9-5/8"W x 1"H x 7-3/16"D
  • warranty: 90 days
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee

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What's in the box?

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  • Indoor TV antenna (w/ attached 42" RF-coaxial cable)
  • User Guide
  • "STOP" sheet

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Features

Indoor TV Antenna: The Channel Master FLATenna CM4045HD is an indoor HD antenna designed to be aesthetically pleasing while providing excellent performance when in a good reception area and when you are relatively close to your desired transmission towers. Pick up high band VHF, UHF, and Free HD programming with this sleek and innovative new antenna from Channel Master.

VHF/UHF: The Channel Master FLATenna receives VHF/UHF digital and analog channels from 174 to 216 MHz and 470 to 700 MHz. Picks up channels 7 through 51. Best suited for metropolitan and suburban areas with moderate to high signal strength.

Mounting Options: The Channel Master FLATenna can be mounted horizontally on a shelf or table using the four integrated rubber- feet. The antenna can also be mounted vertically on the wall using its dual keyhole slots (mounting screws not provided).

Attached RF-Coaxial Connector: The Channel Master FLATenna CM4045HD feature an attached 42" RF-coaxial cable terminated by a push-on RF-connector.

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buy it.

Written By Anonymous, seattle, WA on Saturday, November 23, 2013

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

It works. Plug it in to your TV, and watch OTA, over the air, television. That's it.

Pros: it works.

Cons: it works better in a horizontal position.

Works Fine, But Not Great

Written By JackInBrooklyn, Brooklyn, NY on Monday, November 11, 2013

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I had a table-top, amplified Terq antenna that was not quite good enough to get my local TV channels. I get occasional drop-outs on some stations. I called ChannelMaster and based on their research, they recommended this FLATenna. It did not work better than the Terq. I kept it only because it did work on my TV upstairs (signal reception is better there...I had old rabbit ears and they work fine) and I like the FLATenna better than having rabbit ears sticking out.

Pros: Small

Cons: Doesn't work as well as ChannelMaster said it would.