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Old 04-17-2009, 06:08 PM
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Default Rosewill RMS-HDA5000 and RMS-DA7600 Antenna @ Bjorn3D

The truth is that all television antennas are designed to receive signals at Ultra High Frequencies (UFH), Very High Frequencies (VHF), or both regardless or analog or digital. This means that even the old antenna that you have in your house from the analog age would still work with current HDTV. Do not get fooled by all of the marketing hypes of HDTV antenna. However, even among all of the antennas, there are some with good reception and some are having poor reception. In my opinion, as long as an antenna is able to receive a clear signal, then it is a good antenna.

Today, we are going to look at two amplified antenna courtesy of Rosewill. The RMS-HAD5000 is an indoor/outdoor antenna and the RMS-DA7600 is an indoor antenna that is designed to be portable.

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