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The DATBOSS Mix is a smart antenna that combines big antenna power with cutting-edge technology for stable long distance HD reception. It's solid, compact design contains three Yagi antennas for high-gain reception.
The built-in amp is what boosts that signal, and filters out interference, and signal noise. It works in a wide variety of areas as it adjusts to difficult situations like weak signal areas and places where signal is too high.
Smart amplifier adjusts to overcome difficult reception areas where UHF and high-VHF signal is too weak or too strong
Triple-beam construction uses the power of three yagi antennas in one design for strong 60 mile reception
Low-"noise" 32dB amplifier provides more signal with less interference
Manufactured in Europe to the most stringent quality controls
Works in both active amplified mode, or passive mode, where power supply is by-passed
Smart Design - Added high-VHF elements to the classic UHF Yagi provides full HD coverage in a compact form. The triple-boom design adds strength extra signal gain and directivity while reducing signal echo. Enhanced double-U diple provides excellent frequency response for optimum signal flatness.
Cuts down the noise - Shieled protects the signal switch and BOSS system from signal noise and is grounded for full protection against electrical issues. The smart amp also cuts down noise from reflections and other signal hinderences
Top Quality - Built from European manufactured stainless aluminum for long life of HD reception
Smart amplifier - Adjustable amp changes signal level for best signal. It's great for critical areas where signal can be too weak or too strong
Manufactured in Europe
Receives high-VHF and UHF
Amplifies to 32 dB of gain
Rated at 60+ miles
Works with or without power supply
Mounts to 1.25"-2" masts
Dimensions: 29"H x 33.875"W x 48.875"L
Mounting Options for Televes Antennas
Televes antennas will mount on any vertical mast or post with an outer diameter of 1.25" - 1.75". Here are some suggested mounting options.
J-Mounts are recommended for installation on eaves or fascia boards. When mounting using a J-mount, make sure there is 3' open space behind the mount for the antenna. We recommend this universal J-Mount.
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Recent Review: Radiowave Reddog - Friday Harbor, WA - 12/7/2019 Great stuff all around!
Great stuff all around! Radiowave Reddog - Friday Harbor, WA - 12/7/2019 3:01:02 PM We are about 80 miles from the transmitter I needed to hit. We have an Extremetenna 80 on the guest house that works well, but shelves network channels if anything is short of perfect. Tried an Omni+50 and it got the same reception as the coiled coax hanging from the eave. Got and installed the Databoss with amplifier and it's lke we are hardwired to the stations. No shelving, excellent picture. It is VERY directional so I feel aiming is easier than with the multi-directional models. Worked great for us where others failed!
Wow. New owner - Fremont, OH - 11/17/2018 9:59:02 PM Blown away with the reception! Couple this thing with a rotator and quadruple your stations! Great antenna!! 5 stars!
Great Antenna that far surpassed expectations! GaryR - Conroe, TX - 8/18/2017 8:41:49 AM I live about 45 miles out of Houston and pick up every single station available to me and I am just using an attic mount. The VHF stations are crystal clear and the rest are very good to excellent. The day after I installed it I noticed that I had lost a handful of stations and discovered that when I turned off my attic light I was also turning off the amplifier. Ooops! An easy fix but most stations still came in without it! The instructions to put it together are mostly pictures that leave you scratching your head but it is fairly intuitive. A great buy!
Worth the $$$ Larry Leppert - Greenbow, AL - 8/8/2017 11:03:10 AM I wasn't sold on paying over $50 for an antenna. After all you are supposed to save money when you cut the cord. But that video I saw on Facebook really got me thinking. So I gave it a shot.
I was using an old antenna that came with the house and it was just fine unless it was windy outside. Alls I did was take down that one and put up this one. First thing was I thought, wow its so well made. Better than my old antenna, so well shoot I guess they do make them like they used to.
I got 4 more channels that I didn't used to get and that includes my CBS which I never got before. Saves me $7 a month now because I was streaming it! That makes it worth the money. Seems like you pay a lot until you ask your friends what their cable bill is!
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