RCA antenna has been in the market offering superior quality of the antenna in both function and form since 2007. Over the years, they have proven that when it comes to digital TV antenna, RCA is the best choice for its wide array of HD antennas for indoor and outdoor use.
Hauppauge, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/11/2015 -- The technology has probably changed the way people watch their favorite TV shows. From cable TV that has become an entertainment necessity in every household to digital HDTV antenna that improves the viewing experience of many people to the next level without paying for any cable fees. And with RCA antennas, Americans will surely be able to watch the best shows with their quality antennas that offer true multi-directional reception now that the number one antenna company has two new products to offer designed to delight people with a new kind HDTV experience.
RCA antenna has been in the market offering superior quality of the antenna in both function and form since 2007. Over the years, they have proven that when it comes to digital TV antenna, RCA is the best choice for its wide array of HD antennas for indoor and outdoor use. People are guaranteed that all of the models would pick up both UHF and VHF frequencies so they will have the confidence that they will be able to receive all the broadcast signals in the area without subscribing to cable TV services
And this spring, RCA launch its new indoor HD antennas which are the ANT2100F and the ANT2150F. Both indoor HD antennas are omni-directional that picks up signals in all 360 degrees around the location. It is ultra-thin in size making it easy to fit behind the TV and has new AIR antenna. The AIR antenna was developed in collaboration with LUNA technologies. It leverages highly intricate fractal antenna technology so that a higher gain will be substantially delivered right to the TV sets of people. And what makes it a best buy for indoor use is that it can be installed easily using flat connectors. The only difference of ANT2150F from ANT2100F is that it utilizes the SmartBoost technology which amplifies the frequencies, giving viewers the clearest picture as possible.
As of now, RCA has begun shipping their high-quality ultra-thin HDTV antenna to people who wanted a viewing experience like no other. The HDTV antenna is designed to receive all the free TV broadcast up to 1080i. The ANT2100F can receive signals up to 30 miles away while the ANT2150F enables the users that are located outside the broadcast tower's range in order to pick up signals with its SmartBoost technology. This technology enhances the weak signals available in the area and these preserves the clarity of the signals. In addition, it reduces the signal noise with precise circuitry.
Users don't have to worry about the aesthetic appearance of the HDTV antenna since it is reversible and paintable to complement the interior design of the house. Installing the HDTV antenna is very easy since it can be installed using removable double-sided mounting tape. Interested clients can have the non-amplified model which is the ANT2100F in a very reasonable suggested retail price of $49.99 while the amplified model which is the ANT 2150F can be bought at its suggested retail price of $69.99.
With the innovative technology that RCA offers, it's not surprising that many people choose their HDTV antennas over the others. To see more quality products developed by RCA, interested clients may visit their official website at http://www.rcaantennas.net/ and be enticed with their technology people truly deserve.
About RCA Antennas
RCA has consistently delivered innovation and quality for consumer electronics products since its beginning in 1919. The story of RCA begins with the emergence of wireless communications made possible by the discovery of radio waves and amplification technology in the early years of the 20th Century. What began as wireless telegraphy, sending dots and dashes through the air instead of over wires, grew to become voices, music, and eventually video transmitted and received over the air with the development of more sensitive transmission and receiving equipment.