Clip on OTA antenna

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yes it will. As long as the receiver has power to it (even in standby) it will work.

I didnt think that needed power
 
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How well do these antennas work? I have often almost bought one before. I usually just have ended up with a $30 regular ota though.
 
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I used to use it for OTA HD local channels before and it worked fine for that purpose. It was sitting around a dual LNB DTV dish.
 
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Iceberg said:
yes it will. As long as the receiver has power to it (even in standby) it will work.

I didnt think that needed power

Great, thanks ICE!

Well, I am guessing that the internal amp needs some power.
 
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Would a clip on work with a 80cm fta dish without screwing up with the FTA signal?

And how well do you think these antenna's work?
 
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I used one for years on my DirecPC dish and then my 90cm dish, apart from the slightly extra weight it will not change any of your FTA signals!
 
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They work great for me! I get channels from Rochester MN. and I am in the metro area!
 
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I tried one of those and it worked slightly better than my amplified rabbit ears.
 
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