Fred B. Nair TV & Appliance


Due to the recent upgrades in the transmission of the digital off-air Television signal, antennas have become increasingly popular again.
If you are tired of paying high cost cable and satellite bills, off-air antennas could be a solution for you.  

What are off-air antennas?  

    Off-air antennas are used to receive the television signals transmitted by the local network affiliates.

What do you need to get an off-air antenna signal?

    The system works best with an HD digital antenna, amplifier, motor, mounting system and coaxial RG-6 wire.

Can you get a signal off your current antenna system?
    Many people have an existing antenna system in their house that could be used with an upgrade to the system.
    Your current system could need new wiring, a new motor, a new amplifier or just some new connections.

What channels can be watched with an off-air antenna?
    Local network stations are what is broadcasted for antenna use.  These include channels like NBC, CBS, ABC, FOX and PBS.
    There are many factors that play into the reception such as: mountains, trees and your tower height.  Most of the reception for our area is out of the Baltimore, Md, Hagerstown, Md and the Washington D.C. area.  These are channels like 2, 4, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, and 25.

To find out what an antenna system would cost you, please call us and we can discuss what you would need.


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