Do hd anntana's really work for new tv's?

Bullshit! HD antenna said it will work but can't fuckin pick up one lousy channel. Should I buy converter box for anntana? I live In USA American and antenna is made in China RCA Model ANT119DR.

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  • Maybe it's pregananant.

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    • What is that?

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      • https://youtu.be/EShUeudtaFg

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        • Please explain? You calling me old? I'm a millennial and I understand. I've a phone and tablet with WiFi! I just want some TV from a TV okay 🙄

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          • You want me to explain the joke that the video explains just fine? If you don't get the joke, my explanation won't make you understand it.

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            • At 1:51 in the video, baby mama think she pretnet with 14th child. She asks for people's opione.

              MY "opione" is that she needs to keep her god damned legs closed from now on. FOURTEEN KI.... I cannot even imagine. Bejesus you KNOW her ass lives in the deepest part of the ghetto. Hopefully she will learn how to spell. In her case, the proper spelling is "knocked up".

              And at 4 seconds, someone asks if she is gregnant. Basically that means she has always wanted a son and to name him Greg. In such a case, I hope she is/was "gregnant"

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            • HAHAHAHA!

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  • The biggest part i can think of is they have a working distance from the broadcasting antennas. You can buy some that have a working range of 150 miles. I have no idea how good they are, i couldnt afford one that i needed since i am about 80 miles from the broadcasters.

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    • I'm looking at reviews on $100-150 anntanas and even the reviews are sketchy. It's a scam!

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      • I wonder how many products have to pay people to write reviews. Example : how many "As seen on tv" products are a POS When you get them. I know that Wish has the HD antennas you looking for. But shop wisely.

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  • Who uses an antenna now?! A good satellite channel pack costs like 20 bucks. Or you can just hook up an HDMI cable to your tv and control your computer with your smartphone.

    Hook up a home cinema and you got one sweet setup.

    Internet tv, movies, series, music, everything is at your fingertips.

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    • Maybe you could donate the antenna off your Mercedes to the OP and see if that will pick up TV channels.

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      • Only my C350e has anything resembling an antenna, a shark fin thing on the back of the roof. It's the antenna for the radio and DAB radio, GPS and internet. But I'm pretty sure you'd need a 12V power supply to run it and possibly other stuff.

        The rest of my Mercedes have hidden antennae. GPS one, usually under the dashboard, radio one is cables running between the roof lining and roof and my C-class has DAB. It requires an additional DAB module, I shoved that between the glovebox and firewall. Signal is good, so no worries, probably gonna do the same setup for my E-class.

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      • 😂

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    • $20 for a satellite pack, what country?

      I've plutotv app on my tablet but nothing beats live TV from a TV set.

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      • Germany and my home country, Bulgaria. In Germany you can get a decent satellite tv pack for 20 Euro and in Bulgaria 20 Euro gets you everything in HD. I got movie channels, science stuff, pretty much everything for 20 Euro a month. Setting up the dish was annoying, but once you do that you're golden.

        Like I said, I combine satellite tv with HDMI streamed stuff from my laptop.

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  • I never got them things to work either

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    • I won't waste my money again on this scam.

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  • You have to run a scan to find the channels periodically for it to pick up the frequencies the channels are broadcasting on correctly.

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    • Didn't work.

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      • Is it a digital TV with a digital antenna? You're gonna get basically nothing wtih an old analog antenna, if its an older TV you need an analog-to-digital converter.

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  • Man you really must be from the us if your saying USA American


    Merica fuck yea

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  • id think it would depend on yalls location

    they work great in urban areas not so much away

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