Fernando Sanchez: Do you have to keep adjusting it when you change channels?
Diana Cordoba: Thanks Daniel for your honest review, I was thinking about this purchasing this antenna after seeing a few infomercials. I thought you would get more than local channels as they lead you to believe, so I will stick with the $18 antenna I got from Best Buy! :O)
Richard Bedard: Get the Jack antenna works great on house or RV.
Alberto Reyes: Good review
Elena Sandoval: does 34,40,46 and 52 work
Snafu Times: Good review. You should review more products and why not monetize your channel and make a few bucks for yourself. Thank you
Daniel Aguirre: Get a Mohu Leaf antenna. If you go on their website, it will ask for your zip code and If you type it in, it will give you the list of channels available in your area. I put in my mom's zip code (She lives in NYC) and It said she would get 60 channels! The area I live in will give my friend 19. I am definitely making my mom and friend switch.
adelgado75: I have a Samsung receiver. I tried the Clear TV set up. I changed the setting to AIR and then ran the channel set up. But all I got at the end was snow. No picture.
SAMUEL “EnderBroCraft” CRAFT: If you live in the projects you shouldnt have a tv that good
eyeh8nbc: Have to laugh that a commercial for the cable company came on during this, but I also have to laugh at how the "ClearTV" infomercial is usually on channels that aren't carried on cable systems, so if you can see them you've already got a decent antenna!
Mike Pi: Does it suck or not?
Ophelia Butts: I have a 18 inch antenna on the top of my house and it brings in all the channels that any over the air antenna, like the Clear TV antenna does. Looks exactly like a car antenna but only about 18 inches in length.
adelgado75: I too live in the projects and I had it stuck to the window but it still didn't work for me. What channel should the TV be tunned to?