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Supersonic SC-609 HDTV Digital Amplified TV Motorized Rotating Antenna

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Model: SC-609
Brand: Supersonic

Product Details:

Outdoor HDTV/Digital Amplified TV Antenna
Supports HDTV 1080p, 1080i, 720p Broadcast
Full Band DTV/VHF/UHF Receiver
360º Motorized Rotating Antenna
Increases Signal Reception
Improves Your Picture & Sound Quality
Operates Up To 2 TV Sets
Maximum Reception Range: 120 Miles
Frequency Range: 47-860 MHz Channels
Antenna Gain: 20-28dB
Impedance: 75 ohm
Easy Bracket Installation
50ft. Coaxial Cable, 25 pcs Plastic Safety Ties & 15 pcs Cable Staples Included
Wireless Remote Control Included
Remote Control Distance ≥6m
HD Compatible Ready
DTV Ready
FM Radio

View Spec Sheet

  • Outdoor HDTV/Digital Amplified TV Antenna Outdoor HDTV/ Digital Amplified TV Antenna
  • 360º Motorized Rotating Antenna
  • Supports HDTV 1080p, 1080i,720p Broadcast
  • Receives Free Local Digital and Analog TV Broadcast Signals
  • Full Band DTV/VHF/UHF & FM Receiver
  • Increases Signal Reception
  • Improves Your Picture & Sound Quality
  • Operates Up To 2 TV Sets
  • Simple Connection Via Built-in Coaxial Cable (cable included)
  • Frequency range (MHz): 47-862 MHz
  • Maximum Reception Range: 120 Miles
  • Antenna Gain: 20-30dB
  • Impedance: 75Ω
  • Power: AC 110V
  • UL Approved
  • Remote Control Distance ≥6m

  • 50ft. Coaxial Cable
  •  Safety Ties
  •  Cable Staples
  • Wireless Remote Control

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