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[FREE Installation Kit] Top Rated LAVA 4K Omnidirectional TV Antenna OmniPro HD-8008

$165.95 $84.95

4 in stock

Rated 4.68 out of 5 based on 31 customer ratings
(37 customer reviews)

Specially compatible with HDTV of various digital terrestrial signals (DVB-T; ISDB-T; DMB-T/H; ATSC)
1080 Full HDTV
No rotation needed with 360° direction
Built in Low Noise/High Gain Amplifier.
Free Installation Kit ($42.99 Value)

4 in stock

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Description

Features

  • 1080p High Definition and Ultra 4K Ready
  • Full 360 degree omni-directional antennas
  • Receives stations from North, East, South, and West all at the same time
  • Outdoor or in Attic, supports up to 8 TVs
  • Antenna Size: 28 inches wide, 11 inches circular dome, 3 inches height
  • Powerful inline amplifier included
  • Anti-UV Coating, 100% Waterproof
  • FREE SHIPPING
  • FREE Installation Kit  ($42.99 Value)

Product Details

This best omnidirectional HD TV antenna comes with a free installation kit ($42.99 value) including one 40ft cable, one 8-3/4 inch flat cable, one 4-way splitter (to watch on more TVs), and 15 cable clips. No coupon code needed. The best antenna deal in the market. 

The best omnidirectional antenna. It performs well in rural area and functions well as a RV antenna or a boat antenna.

Anti-UV Coating, Anti-Snow Buildup, 100% Waterproof.

Rated at 120 mile Range, Recommended 5-85 mile Range.

The New LAVA OmniPro series Antenna is a new solution for HDTV reception. One position and get all direction. Best on the market today. FM.UHF/VHF Reception Shield for minimum interference Build-in high gain and low noise amplifier. Anti-UV coating and waterproof design for durabilit 360 degree omni directional receptio on both UHF and VHF.

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What is omnidirectional antenna?

An omnidirectional TV antenna receives information from all directions. Other types of antennas, like the unidirectional antenna, can only receive signals when pointed at the source. Previously, people had to install rotors on antennas to change the direction of the antenna in order to get the best signal strength. An omnidirectional antenna is different. It can pick up signals from all directions, regardless of the source’s position, without having to move or adjust the device. Not only are signals stronger and the picture quality better, but the user does not need to constantly change the direction of the antenna when he or she changes channels. 

HD-2605 HD-2805 HD-8008
Range Up to 150 Miles Up to 150 Miles Up to 120 Miles
Ideal Range 40 to 80 Miles 20 to 60 Miles 5-58 Miles
Size 22 x 30 x 4 inches 37 x 20 x 4 inches 16.2 x 11.1 x 4.1 inch
Outdoor
Indoor
Analog TV
HDTV
Build-in low noise amplifier
360° Rotatable
Remote Control Don’t need to rotate
Damp-Proof Solid Structure
# of TV connection 2 (without splitter)

up to 8 (with splitter)

2 (without spli

tter)

up to 8 (with splitter)

1 (without splitter)

up to 4 (with splitter)

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Price $69.95 $64.95 $84.95 
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Tips:

Many external factors can affect how well our TV antennas can pick up certain signals, such as trees, buildings, distances, and weather. Not taking these external factors into account, the antenna should be installed as high as possible for the best reception. Installing the antenna more than 30 to 50 above ground level would be ideal.

Please click the following link below check HDTV signal in your area by typing in your address:

https://www.fcc.gov/media/engineering/dtvmaps *The link is provided by Federal Communication Commission.

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Weight 11 lbs

37 reviews for [FREE Installation Kit] Top Rated LAVA 4K Omnidirectional TV Antenna OmniPro HD-8008

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    L .B

    The add says Omni Directional, I found it Semi-Omni Directional, reason, when I had it facing south I was only picking up a weak signal from my northern broadcasters 79.5 miles away (6 total) but when I turned the antenna north I started receiving strong signal from those same broadcasters as well as still receiving strong signals from my southern broadcasters 55 miles away (7 total). Also I still receive one broadcast in analog from over a 100 miles to the northwest. I have used Lava antennas for about 5 years now (the HD-2805 and the HD-2805 ultra both still in use elsewhere) and I recommend all of them, for the price and the reception you want beat them, $60 to $80 one time price verse $29 to whatever monthly from cable or dish, you do the math. Some will say you are limited to just a few channels, (CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX, PBS) well they are free what else could you ask for.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    jet9637

    I visited several websites that map broadcast towers and your chances of receiving a signal from them. Most of them said I would receive marginal or no signal from the towers 41 miles away in Philadelphia. They also told me which direction I needed to point my antenna. I took a chance and bought this antenna anyway, based on the reviews. I installed it on my roof, grounded it appropriately, ran cable down to my TV, plugged it in and every channel from those towers came in crystal clear with no distortion. Now I have a tip for you. (Probably this is the reason for some of the negative reviews). If you are planning to use a splitter for multiple TVs, DO NOT FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS that come with the antenna. The power adapter must be installed in line BETWEEN the antenna and the splitter, not at the TV set as the instructions tell you. I figured that out after quite a bit of head scratching, thinking I had bad cable, bad splitter, bad karma, thinking I had made a terrible mistake in buying this, several trips up onto the roof to needlessly reposition the antenna, wondering why I had crystal clear signal the night before when I tested it on one TV, and had crappy to nonexistent signal the next day when I completed the wiring. Was it the clouds? Then the light bulb went off and viola… all is well. Crystal clear HD from the reportedly weakest signal channel. My old analog TV looks great too. (You will need to buy a digital to analog adapter for that). Full disclosure: I live on a hill. I’m sure that helps.

  3. Rated 4 out of 5

    Glass .R

    I suppose much of what I will write will duplicate what others have said. I live in a mountainous area with many trees. I am about 30 to 8- miles from the various transmitters for TV. I had Dish Network, but we got radio high speed Internet and dropped Dish and got streaming Netflicks. Because we had an old TV and the rotor that we had got taken out by a lightening strike in the area, we had no network reception.

    A recent upgrade to a flat screen prompted me to hook up the antenna to the TV and I was able to get about 12 stations. I needed a rotor to get more so we decided on this antenna (the lava HD-2605 Ultra which is the current model – Oct 2013). It was able to pull in 22 stations. Of course, they were not all keepers- we deleted a number of them in which we had no interest, but the good thing was that I am now able to get all the networks.

    Details of the installation- the antenna is about 40 feet off the ground at the top of a tower. We have one more section, so if we can find the use of a mast jack we might raise it to see if it makes a difference. We have about 80-90 feet of coax between the antenna and the control box, then about ten feet of coax from the control to the TV. We leave the gain on the control box at 100% all the time.

    The weakest part of the antenna’s function is, much like so many other people have stated, the rotor system. If you cannot visually see the antenna from where you have located the receiver so that you can see it move, good luck. There is only a single button on the remote as well as just one button on the box to control rotation. Pressing the button will make the antenna rotate, but you have no way of knowing in what direction. Sometimes subsequent presses make it continue in the same direction and other times it is the reverse direction from last movement. Right now I have it aimed so I get all the networks (CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX, CW, and a couple more of the specialty networks), and I intend to leave it right where it is and not worry about the stations I can’t currently receive.

    TIP: when using the remote, I press the button VERY briefly, not paying attention to the LED light on the control box. It still moves the antenna. I timed a full 360 degree rotation at about 17 seconds. If you press the button long enough to illuminate the LED on the box, the antenna will often move too far, then you have the fun of finding the correct orientation all over again because you have no idea which way it was turning before, and no idea now. Two buttons, one for each direction would make this a very fine system for the money, or just an indicator LED to show direction of current rotation. As it is, I am actually thinking about setting up a cheap CCTV video camera or wireless network camera to be able to see the antenna from the TV’s location.

    I learned all this while testing my marriage. We have a good pair of FRS walkie talkies and I gave one to my wife and I took the other outside. I told her what to do with the remote and then watched what happened. No worries. I am still married, but it was a rocky weekend.

    So I will be able to see the Olympics, I watched game 5 of the World Series last night, and will be able to see so much more that I have been missing for the last few years.

    PLUSES: Good price for what you get. Amplifier seems to do a good job.

    MINUSES: pretty poor rotation system that needs work to be truly useful.

    UPDATE: I spoke of the rotor’s value above (or the lack of same, actually), and yesterday, 1/12/14, I found the rotor had stopped working. I have already ordered an aftermarket antenna rotor which has a real control box, and I was planning on defeating the internal rotor motor for the Lava HD antenna anyway, but just thought I would update this review.

    And as far as the value of the Lava’s rotor system- I can’t remember a more frustrating experience with an electronic device.

  4. Leone

    I just wanted to say thanks for all your help you guys are no 1 .i also spread the word about your bussiness to my close friends who in turn put orders in for your products .they could not believe the prices i told them and i ask my friends to go to your site when they did my phone never stop ringing .everybody just couldn’t believe what they had seen .thanks again

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Pete

    MY NEIGHBOR PURCHASED ONE FIRST SO I ALSO PURCHASED. IT WORK’S GREAT IN OUR CAMPGROUND. I HAVE GIVEN THE INFO TO 5 OTHER PEOPLE. I AM VERY SATISFIED.

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Andrew

    FIRST TIME I DEAL WITH THIS ENTITY SO I REALLY DON’T KNOW THEM TO WELL TO RATE THEM AS EXCELLENT OR POOR..PRICE WAS REASONABLE ALTHOUGH SHIPPING TOOK TO MUCH TIME,BUT THEN AGAIN I WAS IN NO RUSH.PURCHASING WAS EASY.CUSTOMER SERVICE CAN NOT BE GRADED AT THIS TIME BECAUSE I HAVE NEVER HAD ANY EXPERIENCE WITH THEM YET..HOWEVER, THE PRODUCT WORKS GREAT,VERY GOOD RECEPTION AND SIMPLE TO SET UP.I AM VERY PLEASED AND SATISFIED.WOULD RECOMMEND THE PRODUCT….

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    customer

    I visited several websites that map broadcast towers and your chances of receiving a signal from them. Most of them said I would receive marginal or no signal from the towers 41 miles away in Philadelphia. They also told me which direction I needed to point my antenna. I took a chance and bought this antenna anyway, based on the reviews. I installed it on my roof, grounded it appropriately, ran cable down to my TV, plugged it in and every channel from those towers came in crystal clear with no distortion. Now I have a tip for you. (Probably this is the reason for some of the negative reviews). If you are planning to use a splitter for multiple TVs, DO NOT FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS that come with the antenna. The power adapter must be installed in line BETWEEN the antenna and the splitter, not at the TV set as the instructions tell you. I figured that out after quite a bit of head scratching, thinking I had bad cable, bad splitter, bad karma, thinking I had made a terrible mistake in buying this, several trips up onto the roof to needlessly reposition the antenna, wondering why I had crystal clear signal the night before when I tested it on one TV, and had crappy to nonexistent signal the next day when I completed the wiring. Was it the clouds? Then the light bulb went off and viola… all is well. Crystal clear HD from the reportedly weakest signal channel. My old analog TV looks great too. (You will need to buy a digital to analog adapter for that). Full disclosure: I live on a hill. I’m sure that helps.

  8. Rated 4 out of 5

    andrew

    Works great for me. I have it installed on top of my 2-story house, and though it’s only been a couple months I have had great luck with this antenna so far. I am picking up channels from 15 to 60 miles away, from all directions, and have only seen minor noise issues at times when the weather is bad. I am surrounded with really tall trees, but they haven’t seemed to impact anything so far. My reception has stayed pretty consistent through nice weather, heavy rain, snow, and 50+ mph wind.

  9. Rated 5 out of 5

    Dan .K.

    I purchased this antenna for my home to replace the old one on my roof. I tried it in my attic first but was surprised that I got no reception at all. I then remembered that I had a radiant barrier roof so I moved the antenna to where my old one had been. Fantastic, I now can receive 99 perfectly clear channels where the old antenna was receiving a weak signal on 67 channels.

    I was so impressed that I bought a second antenna for my lake house. At first I went from receiving 6 channels to only receiving 2. I thought I had a defective antenna so I starting lowering it for removal but to my surprise, all the channels started coming in except 2 channels which have always been hard to get in that area. I now get over 90 channels. I never thought the height would have made a difference but in this case, I had raised it too high. I looked around and saw that the elevation I originally raised it to was the same elevation as the power lines. I can only theorize that the power lines were blocking the signals.

  10. Rated 5 out of 5

    peter. T

    Decided to give this antenna a shot since I am having growing frustrations with my cable provider, and was pretty pleasantly surprised with the amount of channels I got and the picture quality. I’ve been a Cox customer for many years so I wasn’t too thrilled with the recent mini-boxes that came out and ruined my ability to schedule and record with my personal DVR, and their disputes with CBS that made them drop it from their lineup for a day.

    It did take me a few tries to get the thing setup correctly though, pointing it seemed to help even though this is supposed to be omni-directional, and I had to use the amplifier supplied with it instead of the one I already owned. Now picking up 41 channels with some pretty crazy quality to them which is way better than I was expecting from this.

    This antenna has given my DVR back to me, and dropped my cable bill from $35 a month to 0 so I couldn’t be happier. Now I can go back to scheduling and recording weeks in advance on a free DVR and watching TV the way I want to watch it. My biggest regret is that I didn’t do this years ago.

  11. Rated 5 out of 5

    imrojo

    My home antenna I recieved works good. I would reccommend to a friend. It came packed very good. So far satisfied.

  12. Rated 4 out of 5

    bought more stuff

    love it…. No longer doing the $$$$$$$$ dance with local cable company….. I have 7 HD tvs running off it and they all come in great!!!! At first i had a few problems due to cable line being split to many times and crap wire…. I also have some long runs with a few spliters on them and I still get just as many channels and they look great…… The other problem I had…. it wasnt high enough now i have it on a 10 pole on top of the roof and all is great…. If I find a way to add picture i will????? we had a snow storm the other… I had zero problems with it….. high winds snow and ice…….the reason for the 4 stars is when i tighten cable wire to it I tighten it to tight and something broke….. so get it tight but dont go for real tight……

  13. Marcia Anderson

    Unbelievable!
    I researched antennas for hours trying to figure out what would be the best for where I live. I live in the middle of nowhere over 50 miles plus from any broadcast towers. I mounted the antenna on my roof about 30 feet I plugged it into my TV and now I get over 65 channels. The best thing it is Omni directional so I don’t have to ever rotate it or aim it again. I was very skeptical purchasing this as it looks like something that goes on top of an RV. But it exceeded my expectations would recommend this to everybody that I talk to looking to cut the cord.

  14. Rated 4 out of 5

    Doug Aide

    This antenna was listed as 360 degree reception, so no brainer, mount it, hook it up good to go? Nope. It did not pull in as many channels as previous antenna (Winegard sensar 111). It worked perfect until amp went mia and is no longer available. Emails and phone calls to Lava produced no usable solution. I won’t go thru all the things (scanning, connecting, disconnecting) that happened to try and get all available channels as previous antenna (45) and only 39 on the 8008. So here is the catch. While on the roof once again to repair a broken tile I asked the wife if she would hand me up a pliers because I was going to give the 8008 1 more chance before I sent it back. I turned the 8008 180 degrees, re-scanned for for channels and the Samsung UHD picked up 71 channels. Problem solved. Omni directional antenna? I don’t think so. Is it a good one? Yup, if you are willing to spend the time aiming it. Only 4 stars because the techs (they tried to help) at Lava should have been aware of this possibility.

  15. Rated 4 out of 5

    promosalesguy

    Easy to install and works great, but still having issues receiving 1 local channel (ch 4 in DFW area) on one of my 2 antennas. The pic still freezes only on this one channel, but I am only experiencing this issue with antenna # 2. I have a fairly long run from the source to the TVs on this antenna (probably about 40-50 ft), so I think this is the issue. If I move the antenna closer to the TVs and shorten the cable runs a bit, I think this will solve the problem with Ch 4 on antenna # 2. I purchased a 2nd antenna because I have 5 TVs to supply (the manufacturer recommends a max of 4 TVs per antenna). Antenna # 1 supplies 3 TVs (this is the one with the shorter cable runs. Reception is great on all channels, including Ch 4) and antenna # 2 supplies 2 TVs (this is the one with longer runs that still has issues with Ch 4). Antenna # 1 is closer to the TVs with shorter cable runs and reception on all local channels is great. Both antennas are mounted in my attic and I do not have solar barrier installed under the decking of the roof.

  16. Rated 5 out of 5

    hufftmd44

    I returned my cable equipment and today I started saving nearly $70/month. LAVA HD-8008 antenna was easy to assemble and install. Placed it on a 22 foot pole and I get 26 channels out here in the boondocks. Some are duplicates but 21 channels for $79.99 isn’t bad (we usually only watch 3 or 4 anyway). With coax and signal splitter, it will pay for itself in 6 weeks. A great investment. Sold two neighbors on the antenna idea, too.

  17. Rated 5 out of 5

    stormy5403

    This antenna is much much better than I expected. I read the reviews but I didn’t believe it would work in my remote area, but decided to try it. Before installing the antenna, I received 6 channels with picture quality so poor I couldn’t watch any of them most of the time. After connecting the antenna I got 15 channels. More than double the channels with crystal clear pictures on all 15 channels. I believe 2 of them are from a satellite and several more are from a city over 125 miles away. I couldn’t be more pleased.

  18. Rated 4 out of 5

    billmartyretired

    We just installed it, which was easy to do by following the emailed instructions in addition to the ones that were included. The extra coax was a great addition and all the parts needed were supplied. You will need a compass and a FCC report or Rabbit Ears report using your address to optimize reception. RabbitEars provided a channel number guide/map. You will also need to follow the setup menu provided on your TV. We got 15 channels covering most of the stations we normally watch that are not “cable”. So far so good!

  19. Rated 5 out of 5

    nashoba219

    I am using this on my camper. I connected it to the wiring and just laid it on top of the roof and got more channels. Some of them were fuzzy but as they were from a station over 95 miles away, that was not bad. The closer channels that used to digitally freeze and then clear up after a few seconds stopped doing that. I was also happy that the antenna did not have to be rotated. I can just raise and lower it. Because this replaced an older antenna that was already on the camper, I did have to devise a different way to attach it. The old antenna had a connection point made for the two post system and this one has a parallel pole connection. I made a 3/4″ wood adapter plate, drilled the holes as for the old antenna and then bolted the Lava HD-8008 onto the wood plate.

  20. Rated 5 out of 5

    c1844

    I live in a coastal area with no local TV stations. The closest is over 50 miles in any direction. With the LAVA antenna I can receive stations nearly 70 miles away both from the west and south.( depending on atmospheric conditions) I can always get five or six channels, and over twenty during the best reception. It is easy to install and I would recommend it for a primary antenna for places like mine or a secondary antenna for people with cable.

  21. Rated 5 out of 5

    longhar

    We purchased this unit expecting to get around 7 stations. It was very easy to mount/install. I used two 10 foot long chain link fence top rails. They sell for around $10 – $12 each, a couple of clamps and connectors and my wife and I had it up within 15 minutes.

    When we did our channel search expecting 7 stations, we were extremely happy to find that we had picked up 30 stations at about a 20 foot height from the Rochester, NY area to Buffalo and we are located around the Geneseo, NY area

    Also. I was concerned about the signal reaching our other TV’s and they appear to be as crystal clear as the main unit. Very pleased!

  22. Rated 4 out of 5

    jgpwiz

    Very easy to set up. If turned just the right way, can get channels 85 miles away. I had to “aim” it to get the channels 40 miles away in a different direction…when turned where could get the 85 miles away ones, the others would break-up or not be there. I said “Yes” to does it perform well because I was able to get the distant Channels but had hoped it would do so in all directions.

  23. Rated 5 out of 5

    pjohnson4grands

    It was very easy to install and works great, we pick up several channels now and very good picture. Have recommended it to others..

  24. pweb1498

    Was easy to install using my existing dish cable. Mounted it on 3/4″ conduit about 5′ above the roof. I receive 50 +channels . Of course some have the same programming. I believe the picture is better than with dish. Most channels are very good.

  25. buckkkim1

    I bought this to use on my RV, it works Great, and is easy to set up.
    I would highly recommend it to anyone, even for home use.

  26. Rated 4 out of 5

    mtupino

    I bought this antenna a while ago ( probably 2 months ago), It took over 2 weeks to arrived to Canada. It was very simple to put the parts together same with the installation. I didn’t have any mayor problem with the signal. My place is very close to the CN Tower ( Toronto) and I get pretty much between 30 to 40 channels. I’m very happy with my purchase.

  27. handhinteriors

    The Lava HD-8008 is a very good amplified antenna. I installed it in my attic about 30 feet from the ground and receive almost all of the available stations 20 to 60 miles away. The amplifier does need to be plugged in so if you are hooking up multiple TV’s the amplifier will need to be before the splitter which could pose a problem of access to an outlet. Single TV no problem, just hook up amp at TV.
    All though the ad says Omni directional, I found that I needed to rotate the antenna to achieve the best picture for one of my channels. All in all I found the antenna to work as advertised and to be a good value.

  28. Rated 5 out of 5

    shepard772

    Very easy to set up and works so good

  29. Rated 5 out of 5

    millerf48

    I received, this unit early. Put it together witch was easy, this was a replacement for my rotor tenna
    so it was an quick install on the roof,setup my three way splitter plugged in the transformer done.
    ran a channel search on the three TVs, wow what a surprise all channels are clear,got more channels
    than I had before. Best antenna I ever bought.

  30. Rated 5 out of 5

    charless843

    Had a 150 mile amplified antenna on a rotor and got 22 channels. This has half the range, but am getting 40 channels. Small and compact but powerful.

  31. Rated 5 out of 5

    wolfe2672

    Used where there were no obstructions for about 1000 ft. Put on a pole attached to the rear of my RV and extended the unit again about another 6 ft.
    Aimed unit towards signal previously determined. Pulled in 20 plus strong stations approx 45-50 miles away. I did not have to rotate unit to achieve this type of reception. Pretty amazing I have to admit for $ 50.00. We were at our daughters rural home outside of St Joseph MO with heavy wooded areas all the way to Kansas City MO where I was pulling most of the stations from.

    I would recommend this antenna.

  32. Rated 5 out of 5

    Patrick T.

    Yes I love this – I stay about 70 miles from a major city and it picks up most of the local stations. I also have an amazon fire stick along with this. I have completely eliminated my satellite bill. Yeah!

  33. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ben.K

    Decided to give this antenna a shot since I am having growing frustrations with my cable provider, and was pretty pleasantly surprised with the amount of channels I got and the picture quality. I’ve been a Cox customer for many years so I wasn’t too thrilled with the recent mini-boxes that came out and ruined my ability to schedule and record with my personal DVR, and their disputes with CBS that made them drop it from their lineup for a day.

  34. Rated 4 out of 5

    Jack

    Decided to give this antenna a shot since I am having growing frustrations with my cable provider, and was pretty pleasantly surprised with the amount of channels I got and the picture quality. I’ve been a Cox customer for many years so I wasn’t too thrilled with the recent mini-boxes that came out and ruined my ability to schedule and record with my personal DVR, and their disputes with CBS that made them drop it from their lineup for a day.

    It did take me a few tries to get the thing setup correctly though, pointing it seemed to help even though this is supposed to be omni-directional, and I had to use the amplifier supplied with it instead of the one I already owned. Now picking up 41 channels with some pretty crazy quality to them which is way better than I was expecting from this.

    This antenna has given my DVR back to me, and dropped my cable bill from $35 a month to 0 so I couldn’t be happier. Now I can go back to scheduling and recording weeks in advance on a free DVR and watching TV the way I want to watch it. My biggest regret is that I didn’t do this years ago.

  35. Rated 4 out of 5

    Customer

    I started with the Mohu Leaf Ultimate, but got tired of the picture dropping out when someone walked across the room. The LAVA Omnipro gets a great signal, and is pretty solid. It paid for itself in the first three weeks. Everything else is just money in the bank.

  36. Rated 5 out of 5

    Cedric

    The best antenna ever had! (Tried about 100 different brands… This is far the best!!!) This is my personal heartfelt recommendation to anyone. Nothing, but quality channels and about 80. Seems durable. Unopened original packaging.

  37. Rated 4 out of 5

    youyou

    After much research on HD TV antennas I decided on the Lava HD 8008 .I live in a rural area with the nearest T V station about 60 miles away. I installed the antenna on the peak of my roof at a height of 45 feet. The antenna was simple to install and I am happy to say that I am receiving around 37 free H D channels. No more Dish and the monthly bill which keeps going up. Great Antenna.

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