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Terk TV4

Indoor HDTV antenna

2 Reviews

Item # 209TV4

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Overview

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Here's a stylish alternative to "rabbit ears" for folks who live in urban or suburban areas with strong TV signals. Terk's TV4 uses twin-tuned horizontal receiving elements that are less than 5 inches high — nice and low for sitting on top of your TV or cabinet. These horizontal elements not only look better than rabbit ears, they also work better because they require less adjustment — they're always in matched position. Directional tuning for individual stations is simple: just rotate the antenna's elements to zero in on the best reception.

Here's a stylish alternative to "rabbit ears" for folks who live in urban or suburban areas with strong TV signals. Terk's TV4 uses twin-tuned horizontal receiving elements that are less than 5 inches high — nice and low for sitting on top of your TV or cabinet. These horizontal elements not only look better than rabbit ears, they also work better because they require less adjustment — they're always in matched position. Directional tuning for individual stations is simple: just rotate the antenna's elements to zero in on the best reception.

Details:
  • compact matched-pair receiving elements
  • receives digital and analog UHF/VHF TV signals (channels 2-69)
  • includes 300-ohm to 75-ohm coax adapter
  • pre-attached 70" coax cable
  • 25-1/4"W x 4-11/16"H x 11-13/16"D
  • warranty: 1 year

This is a dandy little indoor TV antenna that is not
only sleek looking but brings to life my local stations.
There is no compromise on either sound or vision. I am
very happy with my purchase.

goldie, Vashon, WA

What's in the Box:

  • 1 Antenna base with attached 75-ohm coaxial cable that is 70" in length
  • 1 Band separator
  • 2 Square metal receiving elements
  • One 300 to 75 ohm transformer
  • Owner's Manual
Reviews

Terk TV4 Reviews

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(2 Reviews)

Terk TV4

Mike from Baltimore, MD on 10/23/2006

I bought this antenna because of its sleek design and I have never had a bad product from Terk. I was very disapointed with this antenna. It did get better reception than the standard rabbit ears, however, the reception quality was poor across all channels. I have since replaced this antenna with an amplified model and it outperforms the Terk...except for its looks.

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goldie from Vashon, WA on 4/26/2005

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This is a dandy little indoor TV antenna that is not<BR>only sleek looking but brings to life my local stations.<BR>There is no compromise on either sound or vision. I am<BR>very happy with my purchase.

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Features

Overview: The TV4 low-profile antenna is a perfect set-top antenna for use in urban or suburban areas. The TV4 combines a high-performance antenna with a low-profile design that fits on top of any television, and even fits inside most TV cabinets. The antenna features Terk's unique Complementary Symmetry technology, incorporating a pair of tuned receiving elements for excellent reception range and clarity. The revolutionary design allows the antenna to stand less than 4-3/4 inches high while delivering outstanding reception. Unlike conventional antennas, a simple rotation obtains optimum reception.

Non-skid Silicon Base: The TV4 has a non-skid silicon base for maximum stability on any surface.

Specifications

Technical Information:

  • VHF: channels 2 - 13
  • UHF: channels 14 - 69
  • Operating Bandwidth: 54 MHz to 806 MHz
  • Output Impedance: 300 ohms (300-75 ohm matching transformer supplied)

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