4. Connect the UL-listed power adapter and plug into an
available wall outlet. Note: UL listed power adapter
needs to be plugged in for the antenna to work
a. If desired use the supplied adhesive strips to mount the
amplifier to the back of your TV.
5. SCAN FOR CHANNELS ON YOUR TV: This step is very
important. Your TV will NOT receive signals from the antenna
without doing a channel scan. See your TV's menu for this
process. You can also refer to the TV instruction manual for
Note: If you have poor TV reception after scanning
for channels, go back to Step 2 and remove the low noise
amplifier and connect the antenna directly into the TV.
Remember to re-scan for channels if you do this.
Note: It is important to repeat this process and re-scan
for channels anytime you move the antenna, re-position
6. Contact us at 1-800-654-8483 if you need assistance.
Antenna helpful tips
Maximize the number of channels you receive by placing the
antenna in several different locations to see which location provides
the best reception and the maximum number of channels. Be sure
to run a new channel scan on your TV in each position. Refer to the
instruction manual that came with your TV if you are not sure how
to do this.
Position or mount the antenna as high as possible or near a window
for best performance.
Visit www.antennaweb.org or www.dtv.gov and look for the DTV
Reception Maps to determine the available television stations and
location of the broadcast towers in your area.