Low-Profile HDTV Antenna is Great for FM, Too
Godar's HD-3 antenna is designed for receiving digital television broadcasts. But it also works exceptionally well as an FM antenna for digging out those fringe stations and improving reception of your favorites.
All major cities in the USA have two or more stations broadcasting HDTV signals over the air. The twin crossfire mesh design of the HD-3 with phenolic free-air coils offers clear, stable, reception of these high-definition signals. A sleek, ultra-modern low-profile design makes it easy to place the HD-3 in horizontal or vertical positions. You can place it out of sight on home entertainment shelves or walls. Attic placement is also an option.
The HD-3 receives upper VHF channels 8 to 13 and UHF channels 14 to 83 along with the FM band. It is highly directional for FM reception, performing well in high-multipath areas. The antenna is completely passive and doesn't require an electrical source. The included 75-ohm detachable cable connects to your TV or receiver. The HD-3 measures 31" long, 14" wide, and 1" deep.