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Amplified Indoor HDTV Antenna

16472

Important: this is a USA model.

Need support?
Please call 855-823-3422.

Where to buy?

Indoor HDTV Antenna, enjoy free TV channels

Flat, standing or wall mounted, this Antenna will blend into any interior. This easy to install TV Antenna is a great way to get free TV channels. Thanks to its 360° multi-directional reception, no pointing in any particular direction is needed. Includes a 5-foot coaxial cable. This antenna has a reception range of 50 miles, perfect to access free HDTV channels in 1080 HD format.

What Channels can I get?

What Channels can I get?


Check channel availability in 3 simples steps using our Channel checker tool.
This antenna has a reception range of 50 miles.

Enjoy free 1080p and 4K broadcast TV*


No need to pay expensive cable fees, enjoy a wide variety of free channels* such as news, sports, comedy, kids and many more!

Enjoy free 1080p and 4K broadcast TV*
Make sure you re-scan for channels on your TV

Make sure you re-scan for channels on your TV


Don't forget to do a channel scan on your TV or Set-Top-Box after connecting your antenna to see what channels you will be able to receive. Please note that each time you re-position the antenna, you must perform a channel scan.

In case of questions about installation or improving channel coverage, please call the One For All support line at 855-823-3422

Automatic Gain Control


The required level of gain changes from time to time. Automatic Gain Control ensures the correct gain level at all times.

Automatic Gain Control
<br>Signal Level Indicator


Signal Level Indicator


Indicator lights on the antenna show you when it is positioned correctly, helping you to get the most available channels.



Multi-directional reception



No need to point the HDTV Antenna in any particular direction. Its multi-directional technology helps with the reception of more channels, avoiding blind spots.

<br><br>Multi-directional reception
<br><br>Ensure the best possible reception



Ensure the best possible reception



Minimal interference thanks to the active noise reduction filters. Including 3G/4G/LTE filters for crystal clear reception.

*Reception quality and the numbers of channels received are dependent on multiple factors like distance from TV broadcast tower, broadcast power, line of sight, terrain, metal construction materials and other environmental factors.

Additional Information

Product code 16472
Dimensions (LxWxH / Inches) 10x0.7x11.8
Dimensions (LxWxH / cm) 25.3x1.86x30
Indoor
Free HD TV
4K Ultra HD
0-50 miles
VHF / UHF
Mains powered
Coaxial cable (meters/foot) 2.5 / 8
Automatic Gain Control
3G/4G/LTE Filter
Power on/off indicator (LED)
Mountable to wall

FAQs & Solutions

  • Iā€™m no longer getting one or more channels, that I used to receive before. What happened?

    These channels have been affected by a recent auction by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and have been forced to broadcast on a different frequency.

    Why did this happen?

    The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has recently held an auction to provide more communication channels for wireless broadband services. As a result, nearly 1,000 TV stations will be forced to either go off air or change their frequencies.

    The following official websites have information on stations that may be migrating to another frequency:

    http://tvanswers.org/offAir.asp

    http://tvanswers.org/what.asp

    https://www.fcc.gov/consumers/guides/consumer-faqs-tv-spectrum-auction

    Will any of my other channels be affected? If so, when?

    This transition is taking place between Fall 2018 and Spring 2020. Please visit this link for more info on when each channel will be switching:

    http://tvanswers.org/when.asp

    What do I need to do?

    If the station has changed to a different frequency, all you need to do is re-run the channel scan on your TV. The station will then come in on the same channel number as before. Please see our Tips & Tricks page for more:

    http://tvanswers.org/rescan.asp

    https://www.oneforall.com/tips-and-tricks-usa

    Read more
  • How do I tune in my channels after I have installed the antenna? Make sure you do perform a channel scan on your TV or set-top box after you plugged in and tuned you antenna. Each time you rotate the antenna or re-position the antenna, you must re-scan for channels on your TV.

    The way this is done varies per TV brand, so please check the user manual of your TV model or contact your TV manufacturer for the correct instructions.

    Below you will find the generic steps to follow to perform a channel search:
    • Press MENU button on your remote and look for something like SCAN, SETUP or INSTALL.
    • Make sure the tuner mode of your TV is set to ANTENNA or AIR. If it is set to CABLE or something else, change this first.
    • Choose CHANNEL SCAN. This may also be called AUTO PROGRAM, AUTO TUNING, AUTO SCAN, AUTO SEARCH or CHANNEL SEARCH.
    • Please allow your TV a number of minutes to complete its channel scan. Depending on the number of stations in your area, this process can take from a few seconds to several minutes.
    Please keep in mind all televisions have different set up procedures: processes can differ from the instructions above.

    In case of questions on installation or improving the channel coverage, please call the One For All support line at 855 - 823 - 3422 (toll free). Read more
  • I connected the Amplified Indoor HDTV Antenna but I have no channels. What do I need to do? Make sure you do perform a channel scan on your TV or set-top box after you plugged in and tuned you antenna. Each time you rotate the antenna or re-position the antenna, you must re-scan for channels on your TV.

    The way this is done varies per TV brand, so please check the user manual of your TV model or contact your TV manufacturer for the correct instructions.

    Below you will find the generic steps to follow to perform a channel search:
    • Press MENU button on your remote and look for something like SCAN, SETUP or INSTALL.
    • Make sure the tuner mode of your TV is set to ANTENNA or AIR. If it is set to CABLE or something else, change this first.
    • Choose CHANNEL SCAN. This may also be called AUTO PROGRAM, AUTO TUNING, AUTO SCAN, AUTO SEARCH or CHANNEL SEARCH.
    • Please allow your TV a number of minutes to complete its channel scan. Depending on the number of stations in your area, this process can take from a few seconds to several minutes.
    Please keep in mind all televisions have different set up procedures: processes can differ from the instructions above.

    In case of questions on installation or improving the channel coverage, please call the One For All support line at 855 - 823 - 3422 (toll free). Read more
  • My Amplified Indoor HDTV Antenna is not working correctly. What can I do? If the reception quality of your antenna is not satisfactory, please visit the following support page: http://www.oneforall.com/tips-and-tricks

    If the antenna in question is still not working after taking into account the aforementioned tips, the most likely cause is that the antenna is not suitable for your environmental conditions.

    Read more
  • How does the Automatic Gain Control work?

    The Automatic Gain Control (AGC) built into the antenna ensures there will be a correct level of signal gain, depending on your location.

    In short this means that with AGC the antenna will automatically adjust the signal level when necessary, ensuring the right level of gain in spite of variations of signals.

    It is possible to turn off the AGC LED indicator on the front by switching the button located on the back. The AGC function will remain on.

    Read more
  • What does the Signal Level Indicator (SLI) do? The Signal Level Indicator (SLI) shows the current strength of signal received, represented by four small LED indicators in the bottom right corner. A strong signal is represented by four LEDs lighting up; a weak signal is represented by no LEDs lighting up.

    By moving the antenna's direction and position, you can find the best reception in your room this way.

    When plugging in the antenna for the first time to the power supply, the SLI will remain active for 30 seconds and then turn off. If you need to reposition the aerial, simply press the button on the bottom right side to reactive the SLI for another 30 seconds. Read more
  • What is www.ChannelChecker.com? The website www.channelchecker.com is an online tool that helps you discover the maximum number of over-the-air broadcast channels that you can receive in your location.

    The only thing you need to fill out is your ZIP Code and the tool will list you which channels are available in your location, and which of our products provide the most coverage.

    With this tool you can also discover what the general direction is to aim your antenna at to get the channels you want, by checking out the compass for each channel. Read more
  • I attached my Indoor Antenna to the TV but I do not see any image Make sure that you have the USB cable attached directly into a USB port of your TV, or alternatively to the power adapter, and make sure it is plugged firmly into any standard 120V wall outlet.

    The best placement for your antenna depends on many factors. However a general rule of thumb is to position the antenna as high as possible and close to a window and facing the direction of the TV towers. If you are not sure in which direction your TV towers are, please check www.channelchecker.com and it will tell you in 3 simple steps.

    After setting up your antenna you must perform a channel scan on your TV to see what channels you can receive. Set your tuner mode of the TV to ANTENNA first, then choose CHANNEL SCAN (may be called AUTO PROGRAM, AUTO SCAN, AUTO TUNING or CHANNEL SEARCH in the setup menu of your TV). Please refer to the user manual of your TV for instructions how to perform a channel scan.

    In case you are not able to find some channels which should be in your range after the scan has finished, try a different place and/or rotate the antenna itself.

    Each time you rotate the antenna or re-position the antenna, you must re-scan for channels on your TV. Read more
  • I attached my Indoor Antenna to the TV and I searched for the channels by performing a channel scan, but some channels are still missing. In case you were not able to find some channels (please check www.channelchecker.com for details on available channels) which should be in your range after the scan has finished, please try a different place and/or rotate the antenna itself.

    The best placement for your antenna depends on many factors. However a general rule of thumb is to position the antenna as high as possible and close to a window and facing the direction of the TV towers. Remember, each time you rotate the antenna or re-position the antenna, you must re-scan for channels on your TV.

    Make sure to avoid interference caused by other electronic devices, such as refrigerators, vacuum cleaners, treadmills, some LED lights or a box fan, etc. Move your antenna away from this or move the cause of the interference, if possible. Please note that it is possible that interference may only occur on some channels. Read more
  • How can I see that the Indoor Antenna is powered? A small blue LED will light up at the side when power is connected to the antenna amplifier. Read more
  • How can I see that Automatic Gain Control is decreasing the level of amplification? When the Automatic Gain Control is decreasing the level of amplification, the LED in the center bar on the front will light up BLUE instead of WHITE. Read more
  • How can I check the Signal Strength of the incoming signal? Press the small button on the right side of the antenna and it will show you for 30 seconds the current strength of signal.

    Please note, each time you rotate the antenna or re-position the antenna you must re-scan for channels on your TV. Read more
  • How can I switch off the LED in the center bar on the front? Please put the switch on the back of the antenna in OFF position. Read more
  • For how long will the LEDs light up when pressing the SIGNAL LEVEL INDICATOR button on the side? A number of LEDs will light up for 30 seconds. The number of LEDs light up will depend on strength of signal at the current position. Read more
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