SF Cable.com, one of North America’s leading suppliers of computer and consumer electronics-related products on the wholesale market, introduces the new top-of-the-line HDTV motorized Yagi antenna that ensures access to local TV and FM radio stations almost anywhere even in threatening and dangerous weather conditions.
The antenna, which sells for a mere
“As the prospect of weather-related emergencies rises, so does the need for access to life-saving news and information provided by local TV stations,” said
“We are very excited to be offering the Model WA 2006 motorized Yagi to help our customers stay informed of what is happening in their local and surrounding communities when Internet, cable and/or telephone service is unavailable or they are outside enjoying the company of their friends and family, on the road and/or vacationing,” she added.
With a built-in rotor and amplifier, the Model WA2006 motorized Yagi can turn a full 360 degrees, picking up UHF, VHF TV and FM radio signals at an average of 120 miles in every direction.
The easily collapsible antenna with dimensions of 23 inches in length, 43 inches in width and 1.5 inches in height has a streamlined design that withstands bad weather conditions and is easy to install, mount and dismount, transport as well as store. It is also easy to hook it up to old analog TVs with the addition of a digital converter (not included).
The Yagi HDTV rotor antenna also comes with a rotor control box and wireless remote to control it, 40-foot and 4-foot coaxial cables and an AC power supply.
To purchase the Yagi through SFCable.com‘s user-friendly and secure website, check out : http://www.sfcable.com/2042-SF-37.html.
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