Get outdoor power with indoor size. This hybrid HD TV antenna works on your roof or on your entertaintment center, and with features like adjustable gain and three different mounting options, it's clear why this is our most popular antenna.
Our biggest and baddest outdoor TV antenna for long range reception of VHF UHF and FM stations. If you need the best, look no further than our HD8200XL.
Antenna hobbyists, rejoice! There’s a new choice for high-gain, wide pattern UHF reception that gives you all the power you need in a space-age package that won’t break the bank and mounts easily to a wide variety of masts.
If you are more than 45 miles from your closest broadcast towers you will appreciate the sheer power of the Xtreme Signal HDB4X. This super deep fringe antenna is designed to focus in on those distant signals like no other. It’s the hobbyist’s choice for clean, clear signals no matter what the distance.
Outperforms Competing Bow Tie Antennas! Such a small and simple package that truly works! With 2 to three times more gain on highband VHF (7-13) than competing bow tie antennas, providing better performance and more range on current and upcoming DTV channels.
Looking for an easy-to-install UHF antenna for city or suburban use? The compact HDB2X sets up quickly and gives you outstanding reliability in a small, light package.
If you are trying top pull in long distance stations or simply want the strongest antenna you can buy, you will appreciate the sheer power of the Xtreme Signal HDB91X. This super deep fringe antenna is designed to focus in on those distant signals like no other. It’s the hobbyist’s choice for clean, clear signals no matter what the distance.
HD Blade is the perfect solution for crystal clear digital picture and sound on every television. This ultra-flat antenna mounts easy on a wall or lays flat on any surface. Unlike other antennas, the HD Blade is CUSTOMIZABLE FOR YOU – avoid messy tangles of cable by attaching just the length you need. It’s tiny but powerful… it pulls in channels other flat antennas can’t, without any need for amplification.