About the One For All Outdoor Rural Ultimate Antenna
An ultra-wide reception range
An ultra-wide reception range
Want to watch free over-the-air TV broadcasts, but live off the beaten path? The One For All Rural Ultimate is a great choice. It can receive HDTV signals from multiple directions at a range of up to 85 miles. It includes a high-performance amplifier that boosts incoming broadcast signals, and its unique 3G/4G/5G filter blocks unwanted signals for reduced interference.
The antenna has an IP55 rating so it's protected against water and dust. That means if you don't have an attic or another suitable indoor space for it, you can mount it outside. The included mounting bracket even lets you adjust the angle of the antenna once installed.
- multidirectional antenna receives over-the-air TV signals
- range: 85 miles
- can be mounted indoors or outdoors
- IP55 rated to be dust- and water-resistant
- high-performance amplifier boosts incoming OTA (over-the-air) broadcast signals
- amplifier module installs indoors and is powered by standard AC wall outlet
- 3G/4G/5G filter shields unwanted signals for reduced interference
- 25-foot coaxial cable included
- includes mounting brackets
- antenna: 19-15/16"W x 9-11/16"H x 1-5/8"D
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # A717421
What's in the box:
- Outdoor/indoor OTA antenna
- AC power adapter (attached 6' DC cord)
- 25' Length of RG59U coaxial cable
- Curved pole
- Adjustable bracket
- 2 Bolts 2 Nuts
- 4 Wood-screws
- 6 Lag-screws
- 6 Anchors
- Rubber boot
- Quick Installation Guide
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Indoor/Outdoor OTA Antenna: The One-For-All Rural Ultimate Antenna (17421) is an indoor/outdoor OTA antenna that is weather, water, and dust resistant with an IP55 rating. An IP55 rating means that the antenna is protected against water spray (like rain) from any angle, plus protected against dust that could interfere with normal operation. The antenna is made of durable, high-grade ASA plastics for protection against color degradation.
Note: The indoor/outdoor antenna is not fully dust-tight or fully water proof and should not be submerged in water.
Amplifier with Signal Interference Protection: The included high-performance amplifier boosts incoming OTA (over-the-air) broadcast signals and features a unique 3G/4G/5G LTE block-filter that shields unwanted signals from the antenna helping to get the most channels possible in your area. The amplifier installs indoors and connects to your TV's RF-coaxial input. The amplifier requires an AC power outlet and comes with an AC power adapter (cannot be powered by USB).
ATSC 3.0 Compatible: The ASTC 3.0 standard, commonly known as "NextGen TV" is the first major upgrade in broadcast TV since the transition to digital broadcasting (DTV) in 2009. NextGen TV is an Internet Protocol (IP) based system, which means it can carry internet content and services alongside the traditional over-the-air broadcast signal. The standard will enable never-before-available interactive features like video-on-demand and advanced emergency alerts for broadcast TV, all delivered free with an over-the-air antenna. NextGen TV signals will be stronger and will transmit over greater distances and deeper into buildings, with higher-quality picture and better immersive sound.
Note: Adoption of ATSC 3.0 is voluntary and stations that do transition to ATSC 3.0 will initially have to simulcast both ATSC 1.0 and ATSC 3.0. Click here for deployment map of ATSC 3.0 in the United States.
Ultra-HD Compatible: The One-For-All Rural Ultimate Antenna (17421) lets you enjoy free 720p HD, 1080p Full-HD, 4K Ultra-HD, and 8K Ultra-HD over-the-air broadcast TV. There is no longer a need to pay expensive cable or satellite fees to watch TV shows, sports, news, and weather.
Multi-Directional Reception (85 Mile Range): The Rural Ultimate Antenna (17421) offers multi-directional reception with a range of 85 miles. You can check channel availability in 3 simples steps using One For All's Channel Checker Tool (click here).
- Reception quality and the number of channels received are dependent on multiple factors like distance from TV broadcast tower, broadcast power, line of sight, terrain, metal construction materials and other environmental factors.
- Don't forget to do a channel scan on your TV or Set-Top-Box after connecting the antenna to see what channels you will be able to receive. Please note that each time you re-position the antenna, you must perform a channel scan.
OFA Assistant App: The OFA Assistant app (for Apple iOS 11.0+ and Android OS 5.1+) is a handy tool to help ensure the best reception of your favorite TV channels on a One For All Antenna. The app uses your location to find the nearest transmitter and then shows you how best to position your antenna using Augmented Reality.
Mounting & Installation: The One-For-All Rural Ultimate Antenna (17421) offers easy mounting and installation with the included mounting brackets, pole, hardware, and 25' of RG59 coax cable. The antenna can be mounted indoors or outdoors. The included mounting bracket and pole assembly allow you to adjust the angle of the antenna once its installed.
- Install the antenna as high as possible (but keep at least 20' from high-voltage wires) and point the antenna towards the majority of your area's broadcast towers. If the antenna is being mounted indoors, place it near a window.
- Because most of the broadcast towers are horizontal polarized, it is best to mount the antenna in a horizontal position. However, the antenna can receive vertical as well as horizontal signals.
- Keep in mind that objects around the antenna can interfere with the signal, so try different locations to find out the most optimal position. Metallic surfaces near your antenna can cause interference with the digital signals and can even block your reception. Try to keep as much distance as practical from metal objects (6' or more is ideal).
Note: If you are having issues with reception or installation, click here for general antenna tips & tricks.
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