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To get the strongest signal it takes a big antenna, and the Xtreme Signal HD8200XL from Solid Signal delivers just that. This high quality HDTV antenna will allow you to do away with the redundancy of cable TV and its monthly expense, while retaining the HD picture and audio quality that you are used to.
The HD8200XL features high-gain across the full VHF & UHF spectrum, as well as FM and HD FM radio. This powerhouse offers an effective range of up to 70 miles, and sometimes as far as 100 miles under perfect conditions. It’s great for deep fringe and often tried by those in low signal areas, such as valleys or behind hills or mountains, who are just looking for their best chance at reception.
Strongest Xtreme Signal antenna on the market today for HDTV reception
Rated at 70+ miles and as far as 100 under some conditions
Pulls-in channels from the full VHF/UHF/FM spectrum, a feature not found on bowtie or yagi style antennas
Wide elements and long antenna boom allow for increased reception across HDTV frequencies
Q: What size pole does this go on and what are my mounting options? A: Almost all outdoor TV antennas mount to a 1.25" O.D. Mast. The recommended mounting types for that size pole are Tripods, Wall Mounts, and chimney mounts.
Q: What do I use to combine this with my other TV antenna? A: If you are to combine antennas, your best bet is by using the Winegard CC7870 TV Antenna Combiner
Receives local digital and analog TV broadcasts of VHF-Low, VHF-High, and UHF signals as well as FM and HD FM Radio
Traditional Cross-phase multi-element design for strong long range reception
Withstands tough outdoor conditions with superior construction and materials
This antenna is often recommended as someone's best chance who needs signals from inside an attic, or beyond a valley, etc.
When Fully Assembled 110" Wide and 150" In length for the strongest reception of signals
Effective range of 70 miles for VHF and UHF, and in some cases up to 100
Heavy-duty locking mast clamp fits masts up to 1.25" O.D. that is compatible with the majority of antenna mounting solutions
6-Month Limited Warranty
High gain of up to 14dB on some frequencies for increased reception even at a long range
Weather resistant boot goes over 75OHM connection for a coax cable
Pre-assembled design and easy-lock fold-out UHF reflector with snap-on elements
Beam width is 30 degrees
14dB maximum gain
20dB front to back ratio
75OHM coaxial connection
70+ Mile reception
Attaches to 1.25" O.D. mast
Receives VHF-High, VHF-Low, UHF, FM/HD Radio
110" Wide, 150" long
Weight: 15 lbs.
dB gain over reference dipole
Beam width at half power points
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Recent Review: Josephmalone253 - tacoma, WA - 1/15/2019 Receives all channels
Receives all channels Josephmalone253 - tacoma, WA - 1/15/2019 8:05:40 AM It recieves all channels. My other attempts using smaller antennas all failed. This antenna receives all channels from seattle to tacoma except 6.1 (?), 9.1(pbs), and 14.1(tbn channels) on first try without adjusting antenna. I had to use the tv to rescan for channels and 50+ popped up crystal clear quality and reception. I faced the antenna north towards antenna point hill in seattle and am missing the other channels that are broadcast from the antennas south by chehalis. I get channel 28.1 (pbs affilitate kbcts) but I do not know why I still do not get channel 6 and 9. There most be something wrong with there broadcast system.
I am so happy this works without needing much adjustment. Once I find out how to get the other duplicate 5 channels I will be happier.
Ilive 6 miles north of Washington nc I live 79 miles from Raliegh nc by way crow flys this Antenna gets all stations there I had radio shack best Antenna but this is the best one I have every had great get this Antenna bully!! bully - Washington, NC - 12/27/2018 9:38:48 PM Get this Antenna it very power full cut cable off.BULLY
Working so much better than other antennas I have tried. This is the 8th antenna I have tried at my house, in heavy vegitation, surrounded by steep hills. GR - Lucasville, OH - 11/16/2018 9:13:26 AM So I have tried numerous 70 mile range antennas at my house and although they pull in channels from 70 plus miles away, pixilation has been an issue. I thought why not give this bigger one a shot. I have been using an LTE filter on previous antenna so cell towers aren't the pixilation issue. I put this up mid November 2018 and our pixilation issue have disappeared and we are now picking up a distant PBS channel I have been trying to get all along. I had it assembled in about 30 minutes and mounted in no time. I paired it with a Channel Master 7777 pre-amp I was already using. I am using a 115ft cable run. All in all a great investment to eliminate the pixilation issues. Definitely is a good purchase for fringe and terrain areas.
Works very well Johnny - Dawsonville, GA - 9/11/2018 10:22:44 PM After a storm hit our house and destroyed my other antenna setup I purchased a year ago I decided to try this antenna. I live in the mountains about 50-60 miles from Atlanta. This thing works great, much better than the setup I bought from direct. It’s large, but if you live in the boondocks like me, this one work better than the 4 panel screen looking antennas. I purchased the rotator with this antenna because I needed it to fine tune the old one so I figured I needed it for this one. I didn’t need it. Adjust once and leave it be. I get around 48 channels
Great Signal and easy to install grw46 - VINELAND, NJ - 8/25/2018 6:41:34 PM Took about 1 1/2hrs to put together and install on mast then put Channel Master Model CM-7777 Preamplifier on mast. Than put mast on chimney hooked up antenna wires up. Turn tv on ran the channels. First try got 75 channels didn't have to reset.
You will get your money's worth. dwi/7 AZ - DEWEY, AZ - 8/18/2018 10:08:59 PM I bought the antenna when on sale last spring. It is BIG antenna. It was a little difficult to build. Use gloves. It is light weight construction, so don't mount it among dropping limbs, branches and well fed ravens. I have used it for FMBC DXing this summer and it performed very well. Very directional and easily nulls out semi-local stations. If you are replacing an outdoor antenna, be sure to replace the feedline too. Very glad I bought it and look forward to years of service.
awesome improvement!!! bobbysue - Sturgeon Bay, WI - 7/30/2018 8:34:36 PM Live in an area where many local stations fade throughout the year. We installed this antenna, and instantly received all available local channels, plus a few from Michigan. Best we've ever owned, thanks so much!! Went from 9 solid channels to 24.
Great HDTV antenna - gets stations 81 miles away! Scott - Purcellville, VA - 4/11/2018 3:38:47 PM I've tried a variety of UHF antennas, and finally found one that works best. We live almost due east of Baltimore (81 mi) and Washington DC (65 mi), and with smaller antennas, I was able to get about 20 stations. With this one, now we receive 77 stations from both major markets!
It is a BIG MAMBO JAMBO! The entire antenna is about 12 feet long and 12 feet wide. Be careful constructing it not to break off the tabs on the matching transformer (I did this by overtightening the screws). I had to strip the wires and solder on new leads, but this was my fault, not the device.
The antenna is mounted on my house at the peak of my roof using a 5' mast, properly grounded, and wired with RG-6. I use an amplifier without it, we can't get hardly any signals.
Very happy with this product!
With amplifier - this antenna works great! Ken - Rome, GA - 7/25/2017 12:23:35 PM I connected this antenna and found a slight increase in channels (8 to 12) that I was able to receive. These channels however tended to pixilate and fade in and out. However, I wasn't really happy with only a very slight improvement for the money spent. However, I then added a mast amplifier to this antenna and the improvement was drastic! I now have access to 35 channels which are extremely reliable during the evening. I don't know why most of these stations go away during the day (towers are in Atlanta) - but that doesn't really matter to me since we work during the day. Either way, we are at a minimum of 62 miles away from almost all of the towers - but yet receiving 35 channels now. Very pleased....
great antenna for the price. Dave - lafayette, IN - 6/6/2017 5:01:21 PM Actually a Winegard 8200 antenna. very strong construction. a deal at twice the price
Solid Antenna Mountain Man - Adirondacks, NY - 3/20/2017 9:19:03 PM Very well built antenna closest tower about 70 miles away. We live in Adirondack Mountains we picked 30 channels cutting the cord
Absoloutely the best damnskippy - Elizabethtown, KY - 9/14/2016 3:29:02 PM I was having some trouble sifting through all the misinformation on the web, these folks set me up with great gear and info, I live 50 miles from stations, I get 54 channels, that is just in one direction, I have not explored others yet, good going Solid Signal
Great Investment!!! Joe - Golden, MS - 9/1/2016 4:05:58 PM I bought this antenna on the recommendation of SS. Because we lost our local news channel on our satellite provider. The antenna picks it up GREAT. Even though the channel's tower is 68.2 miles from me. I'm receiving a signal strength of 75 during the day and high 80's at night. So i would highly recommend this antenna. By the way I've only go it mounted 15ft. It will be going to my shop once the local channel returns.
Be ready because this thing is huge!
Short for the money Rb - Whites burg morristown, TN - 11/29/2015 6:11:30 PM One heck of a good antenna! Get lots of channels in east tn. Better than my ward. Will buy again.
Very directional Jim - Brockway Twp, MI - 5/14/2015 11:10:30 AM Picky to aim but long range. I would buy it again for my location.
A little bit of work assembling but, well worth it. I have up about 30 ft is all and it picks up stations from over 300 miles away if pointed right! Jim - Brockway Twp, MI - 5/1/2015 3:57:16 PM Very good antenna!
really helps in the woods big antenna better than the HD Stacker! BigK - Kentwood, LA - 9/17/2018 8:29:16 PM more channels is the bottom line! if it would keep the weak signal in the hot humid air would have given a 5 star!
Good antenna for long distance VHF is good, UHF could be better. ds76er - Newton, NJ - 6/4/2018 7:04:23 PM I live in a hilly, rural area with very tall (50+ft) trees, but VHF signals reach here well with a directional antenna and preamp, and NYC and Philly are full of VHF signals. I replaced an older LPDA Yagi at about 30 feet above ground (I'm located at 800+ ft above sea level which helps a lot). The VHF is very good, picking up stations over 75 miles away with a preamp. However, the Yagi (UHF) isn't calibrated for the post-repack channel spectrum (centered on channel 36, 605 MHz). I may dismantle the directors and driven element and re-assemble them for better gain. Adding more aluminum boom and directors to the front-end would help both from a weight-distribution as well as UHF-gain perspective the antenna isn't centered on the mount point and leans back because of the weight of the rear VHF elements. Adding more weight to the front (yagi) side may help counteract this, but it's already a pretty big antenna. I'm in a challenging location and I purchased the antenna at a very good price, but Solid Signal could re-design a better UHF yagi at the front, or at least reposition the mounting point.
Great antenna - great on VHF, pretty good on UHF Chris - Rome, GA - 1/25/2018 4:52:18 PM This antenna allowed me to pick up 23 channels in an area that all expert technical support staff told me that I wouldn't be able to pick up anything (except one tower 32 miles away). I did install another antenna (bowtie) that picks up MORE UHF channels (increasing my channels to 39 channels) - however I lose some VHF channels with the bowtie antenna. My next step is to install both and join them with a combiner - hopeful that I will be able to receive at least 45 channels. Keep in mind I am more than 65 miles away from all broadcast towers (except the one) and in a heavily wooded area - so I am very well pleased with this antenna. It performs as advertised! (and I've now tried five (5) antennas that didn't...lol)
Great gain. Poor mounting system. Big Garage - Westfield, MA - 7/25/2017 3:59:58 PM I was looking primarily for an FM with long range + local TV. This antenna did the trick. My only complaint is the mounting point. More specifically, the center of gravity point of the mounting brackets. They are not at the center balance point of the antenna. The back of the antenna pulls the front up. The mount points should be further back on the boom so the antenna is better balanced so it sits more horizontal without wrestling it straight while tightening the mounting bolts. If you can, attache the mast to the boom on the ground where it might be easier to get it lined up. I will try to re-drill the bracket holes closer to the center of balance to make it an easier installation.
Antenna simple to install. NJ Homeowner - Howell, NJ - 9/2/2014 9:25:01 AM After downloading the instructions from Solid Signal (no instructions included) it was straight forward to assemble. Signal is a little better then my old antenna. I live on the fringe of Philadelphia and New York but can receive many channels from both when a rotate the antenna in the correct direction.
purchased the hd8200xl for fm recption Erskine - Talladega, AL - 4/26/2014 10:12:04 PM this antenna is extremeley directional.so it must be used with a rotator.but i can pick up stations over 120 miles away very clearly.
Some Issues With The Manual/Specification Sheet, Antenna was Alright, Included Transformer Poor Master Installer from NJ - Millstone , NJ - 11/17/2014 8:59:14 PM The specification sheet for this antenna isn’t really a specification sheet with the different gain measurements/charts and front to back ratio charts. It is an installation manual. Whatever it is really called, it is misleading because it has a diagram of a different antenna on the first page and at the top of the second pages and this is what I had looked at when I purchased the antenna. The correct diagram, if you pay attention to the fine details, is on the bottom of the second page and I realized the discrepancy once I had my guys put the antenna together. The incorrect diagram featured a combination antenna that was longer, it had the VHF elements placed differently, and the UHF part of the antenna had wing reflectors. My experience is that these factors make for better signal and it if it was a deep fringe situation; I think these things would have made a difference. Nevertheless, this antenna was placed at a house 42 miles from Philadelphia and 45 miles from New York City. The customer wanted it pointed towards Philadelphia. Without a pre-amplifier, this antenna received all but two channels (UHF 35 and VHF 2) out of Philadelphia without interruption and at 50%-70% signal strength. UHF 35 and VHF 2 suffer from pixilation. While a pre-amplifier would probably clear this problem up, the antenna should have had no issues bringing in these two channels in given that it is rated for 100 miles VHF and 60 miles UHF. Perhaps it didn’t bring in VHF 2 without a pre-amplifier because it is at the lowest frequency in the band, but still it is advertised for bringing it in. Anyhow, CBS 3, 6 ABC, NBC 10, and FOX 29 all came in from Philadelphia with no interruptions and so my customer was satisfied. In addition, the main New York City channels were picked up from the back of the antenna. The ends of the provided transformer fell apart when we placed it on the antenna terminals.
Purchased this item 6 yrs ago,it worked great. I got a good 4 yrs out of it until the black plastic connectors that hold each element started to crack from the sun,rain and cold and eventually failed and broke off.Manufacturing should look at a more ROBUST hard plastic to withstand the outside element. Electronic Tech - St. Joseph, MO - 7/14/2017 11:24:58 AM Good antenna if you will keep it in the attic, it will last longer. Outdoors, if your lucky will get 4-6 yrs. For me that is not very long, I seen antennas that are still on homes that are 50 yrs old and still standing strong. i give this unit a 4.5 for functional and a 2 star rating for construction and integrity.
Cannot receive San Antonio, 71 miles distant. Chris - Kerrville, TX - 2/2/2016 12:23:29 PM Even though the antenna specs say Great for those in deep fringe and low signal areas, such as valleys or behind hills or mountains, this is not true for me in Kerrville, Texas. No ability to receive ABC, etc. from San Antonio from a hilltop only 71 miles distant to the broadcast towers. Used a CM777 preamp, roof mount with a clear view of the horizon. Beware of the 'fringe' and 100-mile claims for this antenna.
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