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Denny's TV Antenna Service Outdoor TV Antennas

     Outdoor TV antennas, amplifiers, rotors, and mounts.    
 An American mom and pop operation since 1988            Detailed information for the DIY antenna installer.          An American mom and pop operation since 1988
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Outdoor mounted EZ HD TV antenna with J pole mount

EZ HD TV antenna >
Outdoor/Attic TV Antenna

Best performance in its class
Best for strong to moderate signal

Optimized for digital HD signals

Very sturdy strong construction.

Only 35.14 inches long

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High band VHF TV antenna

High Band VHF TV Antenna
HBV 2500 is quality built and made in the USA

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Outdoor mounted HD Stacker TV antenna with Eave/Fascia mount

HD Stacker TV Antenna >
Outdoor/Attic TV Antenna

A true long range TV antenna.
Best for weak signal

Optimized for digital HD signals

Reduced wind load, increased stability 

Outperforms antennas twice the size

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What antenna will work for me ? >        Guide to outdoor and attic TV Antenna Installation >          Contact Us >

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What to expect when you submit a free TV antenna recommendation form.

Denny, when I submitted the antenna recommendation form > on your website I didn't expect such detailed information.

Subject: Your TV Antenna Recommendation Request form is ready from Denny's Antenna 
 Name: XXXX
 1. Address: XXXX 06489
 2. Email: XXXXgmail com
 3. Approximately how many feet above ground level will the antenna be installed?: 30
 4. Will the antenna be installed outside above the roof line or in the attic, other: Outside on the Roof
 6. How many TV locations within your home will the antenna supply? In other words, will a signal splitter be in use and if so how many times will the splitter divide the TV signal?: 4 ways
 7. Approximately how long will the coax cable run be from the antenna to the TV. If a signal splitter is in use how long will the cable run be from the antenna to the furthest TV: 15' to the first TV on the 2nd floor, then @30' to the basement then split for one in the basement and two on the first floor, at about 20' each from the central split point
 8. Include any additional information you feel may be helpful when evaluating your reception conditions.: we will use the existing coax cables from current cable tv system


The reception data retrieved for your exact location indicates the transmitting towers are located in two directions. The antenna best suited to the reception conditions is the EZ HD bi-directional antenna system >. This system comes with two antennas plus all hardware to couple and amplify the signal. Install one antenna aiming North/Northeast. Install the other antenna aiming South/Southwest. Expect excellent reception on all major network channels plus a couple dozen sub channels.

If I understand your wiring configuration I also recommend the LNA 100 signal distribution amplifier >. Install the LNA 100 in line near the first signal splitter on the output that leads to the basement.

The order of things is as follows.

Antennas to antenna coupler

Antenna coupler to mast mounted preamplifier.

Preamplifier indoors to the preamplifier power inserter (included).

From the power inserter to the first splitter.

From one output of the splitter to the first TV and from the other output to the LNA 100 amplifier.

From the LNA 100 amplifier to the basement splitter.

If you have any questions or if I can assist you, please don't hesitate to contact me or visit

Best Regards,
Denny Duplessis

Today's Question: TV Antenna Signal amplification

I'm hoping to get my outdoor TV antenna about 80' up a utility pole facing north towards Cleveland. The antenna has about a 180 degree look angle. I know I will experience some signal loss due to running about 150' of RG-6. What can I do to mitigate the losses and improve the signal? what else do I need? Thanks Lee

Hi Lee,

To compensate for the signal loss of the cable run from the TV antenna to the TV use a preamplifier. The amplifier portion of a preamplifier mounts near the antenna before the signal loss occurs. It's powered via the coax cable . from a power inserter included with the preamplifier. 150 feet of RG 6 will average about 15dB of signal loss. The LNA 200 preamplifier > has a signal boost of 18dB totally eliminating the effects of the signal loss caused by the coax cable.

If a signal splitter > will be in use a signal distribution amplifier > will likely be needed installed in line just before the signal splitter on the antenna side of the splitter. The distribution amplifier will boost the signal to compensate for the signal loss of the splitter. Use the HDA 100 distribution amplifier when using a 2, 3, or 4 way signal splitter. Use the HDA 200 distribution amplifier when using a 6 or 8 way splitter.

This method of signal amplification will provide maximum TV antenna performance > to the TV(s). 

Best Regards,
Denny Duplessis


Ask Denny TV Antenna Questions Begins Here


How can I select my own outdoor TV antenna?

Denny, I'm interested in either your EZ HD or the HD Stacker. How do I know which outdoor digital antenna is best for me? I plan to install outside on the roof. There are four HDTV televisions connected.  Is there a way I can know which TV antenna is best for my location. Thanks Bruce

Hi Bruce, There is a good way you can do this yourself. We have a page at the link below that will guide you through the process of selecting a digital TV antenna. This page utilizes the FCC mapping system to determine reception conditions. Follow the steps suggested and it should be clear which antenna is best for the location.

Here's the link 

Take Care, Denny

Do your TV antenna products come with instructions?

Denny, I'm assuming everything comes with instructions. I'm not the most mechanical person.

Thanks for all your help!!! Mike

Hello Mike,

Everything does come with instructions. However, one of the advantages of doing business with us is the knowledgeable help we can provide. Unlike most on line vendors we don't just sell outdoor TV antennas and equipment we know how to properly install everything we sell.

If you need assistance during the installation we can help.



Restricting the installation of an outdoor TV antenna can't be enforced. 

With few exceptions a TV antenna can be mounted outdoors. The 1996 Federal ruling trumps just about any local rules that may be in place. There are a few exceptions such as antenna height above roof line and Historic District neighborhoods. You can read the entire outdoor antenna placement FCC ruling here >. Unfortunately most people aren't aware of the Federal rule and simply accept the local rule. In an attempt to get the word out USA Today published "Yes you can put up that outdoor TV antenna >".


Mast mounted TV antenna preamplifier troubleshooting.

Question: Denny - I've had your Stacker TV antenna on my roof for a few years now. The reception has been great until just recently. We have lost about half the channels we were getting on every TV in the house. I have a preamplifier from Radio Shack that is mast mounted below the outdoor TV antenna that feeds to the power supply and then to a 4 way signal splitter with home run lines to each TV. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Dan

Response: The likely cause is the . The first thing I suggest is to unplug the  power supply from the electrical outlet. If the  is working the signals should degrade. If the reception remains the same when the amplifier is unplugged the preamplifier is likely not working. There are 3 reasons why a preamplifier fails to operate. Either the mast preamplifier or the power supply went bad or the coax cable connection between the mast preamplifier and power supply went bad.

The following steps will determine why a preamplifier isn't working. Disconnect the coax cable coming from the mast preamplifier at the power supply/injector. In its place install a short length of coax cable. Plug the power supply into the electrical outlet. At the open end of the short cable you just installed use a volt meter to check for power on this cable. Place one probe of the meter onto the center copper wire of the cable and the other probe to the threaded connector fitting of the cable. If voltage isn't detected the power supply/injector is bad. If voltage is present reconnect the cable leading to the mast preamplifier back onto the power supply/injector. At the other end of this cable remove it from the mast mounted preamplifier. At this end of the cable at the preamplifier test for voltage in the same manner as you tested at the power supply. If voltage isn't present the coax cable is not carrying the operating voltage from the power supply/injector to the mast preamplifier. The solution is to look for a bad connection on this cable. If the connections all look good replace the cable. If voltage is present on the cable at the mast preamplifier and the preamplifier isn't working the preamplifier is likely bad.


HD Stacker TV antenna gain


Ask your HD Stacker TV antenna question: I will be installing outdoors in a Deep Fringe area and have been considering the Channel Master CM-5020 TV antenna due to it's gain and published performance. I cannot find the specifications on the HD Stacker, so could you provide them so I can make a better informed decision?
Television antenna, or TV aerial, is an antenna specifically designed for the reception of over-the-air broadcast television signals, which are transmitted at frequencies from about 41 to 250 MHz in the VHF band, and 470 to 960 MHz in the UHF band

Response: Hi Dan, Due to the various methods that can be used to test TV antenna gain and the exaggerated false claims made by some vendors we no longer publish antenna gain figures. We refuse to play this game. The truth is the only way to win is to falsify the data.

The benefit of the HD Stacker TV antenna is it performs as good or better than any VHF/UHF deep fringe antenna with a much smaller more stable design. 

Ken Nist from HD Primer says it best. Quote "Antenna marketing is a racket in that the less honest you are, the more antennas you sell.(Nobody goes to court over a TV antenna).Gain figures published by antenna makers are mostly useless, except maybe for comparing antennas by the same maker".  Source:

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