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RCA Ultra-Thin HDTV Antennae

Ultra-thin 360 degree indoor HDTV antennae announced by RCA starting at $49.99

 

RCA Ultra Thin HDTV Antennae

Cutting the cord on your cable and satellite dependency is hard for some. I myself have been free for a number of years thanks to various devices like the Chromecast, Google TV boxes, various apps and the internet. While you can get a ton of content for a fraction of the cost of cable/satellite, you can still miss out some things. There are options out there to help you not miss out on too much though. RCA has just announced the availability of their new Ultra-Thin HDTV antennae.

The new UTHDTV indoor antennae picks up both UHF and VHF frequencies that are already being transmitted through the air by various networks like ABC, NBC, FOX, CBS and others.

“With the new RCA Ultra-Thin HDTV Indoor Antenna, you can enjoy all your favorite local HD and digital broadcasts without a cable or satellite subscription,” said David Geise, president of Voxx Accessories. “You can watch programs from networks like ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, The CW, PBS, ION, Telemundo, Univision and numerous other stations when you have an antenna. In fact, the broadcast HD channels you receive by antenna have the highest quality definition available. Everyone, including pay TV subscribers and streamers, should have this product.”

The antennae is reversible, paintable and two-sided and comes with two-sided mounting tape. It also has a 12 foot cable connected to it so you can place the 360 degree signal receiving antennae where you get the best reception  360 degree . For those that live on the fringe of the any broadcasted TV coverage, RCA has a second ‘SmartBoost’ model that will amplify the signal received for you.

They are on sale now at select retailer and the RCA online store with the standard antennae being $49.99 while the SmartBoost variant is $69.99.

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