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ANTOP Premium Pack AT-403BJ13 65 to 80 miles Smartpass Amplified Outdoor HDTV Antenna with a 13 in. J-Pole
Rated 4.67 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
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$268.98 $139.99

  • Sleek, stylish and aesthetically pleasing design
  • Durable design with UV coating, weather resistant
  • Smartpass amplifies range from 65 to 80 miles
  • 4G LTE Filter ensures smoothly crystal clear picture
  • 13 in. J-POLE included for multiple placement options
  • Feed multiple TVs for your whole-house

82 in stock (can be backordered)

SKU: AT-403BJ13

Description
ANTOP Premium Pack AT-403BJ13 comes including a flat-panel “Big Boy” AT-403B Smartpass Amplified Outdoor/Indoor HDTV Antenna and a 13 in. J-Pole AT-724 for multiple placement options.

The flat-panel “Big Boy” antenna in the pack is sleek, lightweight, aesthetically pleasing and suitable to match a wide range of home exterior styles. The simple set-up design enables you to quickly install in various locations around the exterior of your home: roof, balcony. It is also suitable for indoor use in an attic or placed on a table top by using the stand. The included 13 in. J-Pole enables you to mount it higher for better reception.

With the new generation of digital antenna technology, the antenna was engineered to cover a wide range of reception, from 0, 65 and 80 miles in diameter with minimum interference for less pictures pixelation, and powerful to feed multiple TV’s for a whole home. The waterproof hard ABS plastic casing with UV coating protects internal elements from any weather conditions, and always keeps it connected to your favorite local TV programs! It supports HDTV, 1080P TV and 4K ULTRA HD and is compatible with TV converter boxes or digital TVs.

With the ANTOP AT-403BJ13, there is no monthly fee and no need to subscribe. Just plug into a TV, scan the channels, and then enjoy your TV shows!
• FREE TV FOR LIFE! No monthly bill for watching TV! ANTOP Premium Pack AT-403BJ13 provides HDTV Antenna with MULTI-DIRECTIONAL technological characteristics receives free broadcast High Definition Over-the-Air TV signals, such as ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, Fox, Univision and others.
• Engineered and designed in the USA by ANTOP, the antenna specialists, the Flat-panel “Big Boy” digital TV antenna with NEW GENERATION DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY is designed to match similar gain of traditional bulky, unsightly mechanical antennas with an amplified signal reach of range from 0, 65 to 80 miles from point of origination to assure more channel reception and fewer blind spots.

New Generation Digital Technology
1) Smartpass Amplifier, exclusive ANTOP technology, uses an all-in-one design allowing easier connection while delivering the correct balance between short and long range reception.
2) 4G LTE Filter: built into all ANTOP amplified antennas, blocks 3G and 4G wireless signals for noise-free digital reception to assure less picture pixelation.
3) High Gain reception technology, shielded for minimum interference.
4) Durable exterior, waterproof design with UV coating.
5) Supports VHF & UHF digital signals.
6) Mounting accessory options.

Antenna Technical Information
Range: 65 to 80 miles from point of signal origination
Power Supply: Amplified by DC 12V via Power Adapter; Not Necessary for Non-amplified
Reception Pattern: Multi-directional
Polarization: Horizontal/Vertical
Color: White
Size: 12.20×3.89×22.68in
Coaxial Cable: 40ft
Exclusive Technology: Smartpass Amplified, Built in 4G LTE Filter
Smart Switch On: Long range reception
Smart Switch Off: Short range reception
Frequency Range: 87.5-230MHz, 470-700MHz
Receiving Range: VHF/UHF
Gain: 14dB or 30dB
Max Output level: 100dBuV
Impedance: 75Ω
Noise figure: ≤2.5dB

J-Pole
Arm Length: 13 in.
Base Pivot: 6.1 x1.38 x2.5 in
Pole Diameter: 1.3 in
Weight: 1.25 lb
Color: Painted Black

What’s in the box
AT-403BJ13 FLAT PANEL Smartpass Amplified Digital Outdoor/Indoor TV Antenna
Power Inserter with Smart Switch
AC/DC Power Adapter
13 in. J-Pole
Indoor Stand
40ft Coaxial Cable
Wall/Pole Mounting Bracket
Instruction/User Manual
Instrucciones de Instalación en Español

The number of TV channels and programs that you can receive for FREE depends on the amount of over-the-air broadcasters in your area.
Simple tips to ensure HDTV FREE TV:
– Re-scan the channels after each switching of the Smart Switch.
– Scan channels monthly to find all available channels including newly added or changed.
– Do not place or hide the antenna in/behind any metallic objects.
– Install the antenna as high as possible and near a window for better reception.
– Keep the antenna away from any high power consumption devices to avoid interference.

Specification

Brand

ANTOP

Range

65 to 80 miles

Power Supply

DC12V via power adapte

Reception Pattern

Multi-directiona

Polarization

Horizontal/Vertical

Color

White

Exclusive Technology

Smartpass Amplifier, Built in 4G LTE Filter

Frequency Range

87.5-230MHz, 470-700MHz

Receiving Range

VHF/UHF

Gain

14dB or 30dB

Max Output level

100dBuV

Impedance

75Ω

Noise figure

≤2.5dB

Packing

Weight

10.19 lbs

Dimensions

12.20 × 3.89 × 22.68 in

Customer Reviews

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    4 out of 5 Four Stars

    Sarah

    Started with 16 channels and now could receive 36. 2 are repeat channels, not bad.

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    5 out of 5 Well worth the money

    Donald J.

    I live north west side of Florida about 55 miles from broadcast station, I get abc, nbc, Fox and CBS all very clear. I have total 67 channels. I mounted the antenna outside on the 10 feet high wall, it works even better.

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    5 out of 5 Clear HD channels

    Kellen G

    Easy to assemble and easy to install outdoor. I got more HD channels than before. The pole is quite useful for mounting on wall.

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