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Stealth DTV Antenna

December 8, 2006 | Author: Ibex Marketing

The fact is that you don’t need a special antenna to receive digital TV transmissions, though one designed specifically for the job is likely to do better. But say you live in a strong signal area — within 15 miles of the transmitter or so — and don’t want to put an aluminum monstrosity on your roof and don’t think that “rabbit ears” fit your living room decor, what are you going to do? Well, you might want to try the PF7 indoor antenna from Terrestrial Digital. But pick out a nice 8 x 10 photo or art print while you’re at it.

The antenna elements are actually embedded in an attractive cherry wood picture frame. Insert your picture, then prop the frame inconspicuously on an end table, or hang it on the wall. The only give away is the antenna cable that is attached to its back.

Terrestrial Digital has a strong reputation for making excellent antennas for digital television reception, and this is one more example of the company’s ability to mix clever engineering with an attractive design.