Be like Me: who is watching this but too lazy to try?
Arthur Hau: So you have something like a bowtie antenna with the broader ends of the bowtie attached by a ring, the rim of the cookie can. Will it be better if you remove the ring and instead mount your bowtie to a piece of cardboard? Just a wild guess.
Hd amp: Dear friend, what is the music playing in the background?--cheers!
Kal Jak: thanks for the spam bs app link in your description, hope you enjoy the 2 cent clickbater
jimvandamme: The Gray-Hoverman is the highest gain, best front to back ratio, and is fairly easy to build. Bow tie is the runnerup.
If you're close to the TV stations, any piece of wire will pick up something. Your tin can is vertically polarized, so it's taking a big hit. Just turn it sideways.
s550 k: This worked like a charm man, if you live in the tri-state this is mind blowing. Nice video. Thanks alot
VideoGrabaciones: Why build it when you can buy it very inexpensive? The only reason: grade school science project under instructors or parents supervision.
steve allen: got 5 channels. got 5 just by grounding coax to a light switch. this didnt get me more. must be location.
steve allen: coaxial from tv straight to antena at other end ? how do u get cable and not only air channels this way ?
Right. How do I make that?: About 3 years a back I built one of these. Worked like a charm. Came back and found this video again to build another. * crunches down on cookie * * slurps coffee * Cheers.
Michael Pick: Awesome !!
4nuk8r: Very good. PS - I am the best engineer I have ever met - but some of the things Cubanos did with NOTHING just completely put me in the shade AND blow my mind.
thurm101: I know this is a old video. But I think I will try this.
Zernando Viar: can i use square type ?
wvufreak56: GOING TO TRY THIS SOON. WILL LET YOU ALL KNOW HOW IT WORKS IN MY AREA.
Umar WidyaIswara: This Good Idea !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
the cancan cannot: 4,754th sub
B. Lloyd: Here's news. You antenna works because you're sticking it to a window. You could have scotch taped a 6 inch V made from aluminum foil or a coat hanger to each antenna lead and got the same results with a lot less trouble. You probably even could have just taped the antenna cable it self with 6 inches stripped and separated to the window and got the same results.