Cornet Indoor TV Antenna for HD

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Keith
New London

This week I received my Cornet Indoor TV Antenna for HD from CCrane. Their website is http://www.ccrane.com/antennas/tv-antennas/cornet-indoor-tv-antenna.aspx. It has been a true upgrade where I am now getting all the Green Bay stations without any fade outs. I am even getting 14 and 32, not that there is much to watch on those stations. Cost was reasonable at about $34. It replaced a Radio Shack Amplified Indoor Antenna that I bought 3 years ago which I plan on giving away. The Cornet worked right out of the box. Just plugged it in, set it in the same place as the Radio Shack antenna, turned on the TV, flipped around, re-scanned, and the reception went up for nearly all the channels. You may want to consider this one if you are looking for a good indoor antenna.

Posted June 20, 2009 2:48pm in

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