The Best choice for free digital - HDTV -TV Antenna reception for the Los Angeles area is the EZ-HD antenna.
Los Angeles free to air TV is one of the best free TV markets in the entire Country. There are nearly 100 free channels available. All of the major network channels are available (ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, PBS, ION, CW) plus dozens of sub channels to numerous to mention.
There are 5 VHF major signal channels broadcasting in Los Angeles. This is important because most antennas available today are designed for UHF signals and perform poorly for the reception of VHF signals. The 5 major channels are FOX 11, KKAl 9, MYN 13, ABC 7, and KDOC 12. In addition the above channels provide about 20 sub channels all VHF signals.
Be aware that most antennas on the market claim to be VHF capable when in fact they're not.
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The EZ-HD antenna is the perfect choice for digital/HDTV reception in and around the Los Angeles area. The antenna is designed and tuned specifically for the digital channels in the Los Angeles TV market.This allows the EZ-HD to be much smaller then a standard conventional antenna and yet provides you with performance far superior to that of the so called compact HDTV antennas.
The EZ-HD antenna eliminates pixelation (digital signal drop) that so many times accompanies digital reception when using compact antennas. We made the EZ-HD as small and unobtrusive as we could without jeopardizing the performance. It's small enough that HOA's and such can not prohibit its installation.
One thing that makes the EZ-HD so special is its ability to reject interfering signals from the sides and rear of the antenna called front to back ratio. In the Los Angeles area, interfering reflected signals are the number one cause of poor reception. As you may know the Los Angeles transmitting towers are all located together on Mt. Wilson (see photo at right). All you do is aim the narrower end of the antenna at the transmitters (see direction chart below) and the antenna does the rest.
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