Awesome alternative to paid TV! Posted by: UconnFan from: on I just installed the Clearstream 4V yesterday and couldn't be happier so far! The antenna is being used at my cabin in upstate NY which is about 35 miles north of Syracuse in the heart of the Adirondacks. We don't spend a ton of time there so I can't justify paying for cable or a dish. I logged onto antennaweb.org beforehand to get an idea as to how many stations I could expect with a good antenna and it stated 22 for my address. I figured if I could get 10 or so, I would be lucky since it's located in a heavily wooded area and the antenna is mounted only about 12' high. Well to my surprise, I get all 22, crystal clear too! My last antenna (which was a TerK) only gave me 8 or so and most of them would cut in and out during the daytime. If you don't want any surprises, check out antennaweb.org first to determine the number of channels available for your address. If you like what they say, buy this antenna, follow the installation instructions, and you will likely get similar results. It's important to point the antenna in the right direction so If you don't have a compass, you can use the compass app on your smartphone to aim the antenna is the perfect direction.
10 out of 10 found this review helpful.Easy Installation and Set Up Posted by: CuttingTheCord from: on I was afraid that this wouldn't work. I have been reading about cutting the cord for 2 years. I finally did it. The antenna was easy to assembly and install. I have it installed in my garage attic. I get over 31 stations. Many repeats but that is ok. I am even getting stations that are over 100 degrees apart. I am not sure how that is working because this is a directional antenna. I know it has an operating range of 43 degrees. I have over 120 feet of cable with out a pre-amplifier. I really can't believe it works this well. I am very happy with this antenna.