ANT1450 / ANT1450BF / ANT1450BFV / ANT1450BR Ampliﬁ ed Flat Multi-Directional Indoor Antenna Antena multidireccional plana ampliﬁ cada para interiores User’s Guide Guía del Usuario FCC Statement: This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Antenna Features The Ampliﬁ ed Flat Multi-Directional Indoor Antenna is packed with features that make it as functional as it is attractive. Because the antenna is multi-directional, there is no need to constantly turn the antenna to improve reception. And, with its compact footprint, the antenna is so unobtrusive, you can hang it on the wall, stand it up or lay it ﬂ...
Setting Up the Antenna Find the best location for the antenna Before you connect the antenna, determine the best spot in your home for optimum reception. Visit www.antennaweb.org to see where your local broadcasts are coming from. Then, try as much as possible to avoid obstructions between these transmitters and your antenna.
You can connect the antenna directly to your TV or use it with a converter box. To connect the antenna with the ampliﬁ er directly to your TV: ANT1450 antenna Built-In Coaxial Cable 1.
To connect the antenna with the ampliﬁ er to a converter box: ANT1450 Built-In antenna Coaxial Cable 1. Make sure your converter box is turned off. 2. Connect the antenna’s built-in cable to Amplifier ANTENNA the input jack of the ampliﬁ er.
To connect the antenna without the ampliﬁ er to a converter box: ANT1450 antenna Built-In Coaxial Cable 1. Make sure your TV is turned off. 2. Connect the antenna’s built-in coaxial Converter Box cable to the antenna input on your converter box.
Painting Your Antenna You can paint the antenna to match your décor. Use only non-metal-based interior paint. Coaxial Cable Installation Precautions • Do not bend coaxial cables into less than a three-inch radius. Tighter bends can cause shorts and can change a cable’s impedance. •...