How to Choose a TV Antenna | PrimeCables Antenna Buying Guide

An HDTV antenna picks up free over-the-air television broadcasts, as a great way to cut your cable bills and save $100s every year. Most areas in Canada have anywhere from 4 to 20+ channels to tap into.

 

Though not all TV antenna channels come in high-definition, a lot do. In fact, you may find picture quality on an antenna to actually be quite a bit better than a cable or satellite as the signal’s not as compressed. Choosing the right HDTV antenna for your home however comes down to several things.

 

First thing is you want to look up are how many channels are available in your region. This information can be seen online and searched out. Now, there are indoor and outdoor TV antennas. You’ll find many indoor TV antennas work just as well as outdoor antennas and therefore, for most Canadians, it will come down to preference on which one is sought out.

 

The other thing which can determine how many channels you receive, other than your physical location, is how much range your antenna has. Some come with ranges as sizeable as 70 miles out whereas others have much shorter ranges and come at a more affordable price. Browsing the PrimeCables catalogue, you’ll find several TV antennas with different ranges and at different price points. While selecting your favourites, keep in mind price, range, and region.

 

Now, to this last point, a simple indoor TV antenna is going to be good enough for some households. Others will want a larger antenna outdoors which will pick up signals stronger and further away. If you’re concerned about installing an antenna outdoors, shopping an indoor high-definition TV antenna is still a great option. They’re much easier to set up and can be hung on a window, set up beside the TV or on a table, and/or can be completely obscured from view.

 

Something else which could affect which TV antenna you buy in Canada is where the TV broadcast tower is located. In some cases, you may not be able to successfully angle the antenna from indoors and your best bet might be to use an outdoor TV antenna. That isn’t to say you wouldn’t pick up anything on an indoor antenna but just that an outdoor antenna would work better and likely have more power to it.

 

Attention cord cutters! Browse the ultimate selection of TV antennas at PrimeCables. Choose from indoor and outdoor models, all in high-definition and with reaches extending to 70 miles and beyond.

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