The Clearstream 2Max is a TV antenna built to work outside or inside and pick up OTA TV signals from any direction.
It is a top TV antenna that can pick up the best signal possible.
It can also pick up UHF and VHF signals which boost the available channels.
UHF and VHF
Gain: UHF 8.7 dBi and VHF 2.6 dBi
Outdoor Mounting Brackets
Indoor Mounting Bracket
Once the unit is mounted connect the coaxial cable to the back of the TV and scan for OTA TV channels.
How many channels that can be picked up will depend on several things such as where you live, your distance to the transmission towers, and obstructions.
There are several online sites that will show how many channels you can receive in your area.
The main one is the TV Guide Listing which can list by city all the stations for Cable, Satellite, or Antenna.
The TV Guide app can be installed or the main website is here. https://www.tvguide.com/listings/
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The Clearstream 2Max TV Antenna is a very nice unit that is the best I have tested so far.
It does cost more compared to many other units and is for those serious about getting the most OTA channels possible with the best reception.
This is the first antenna that I have tried indoors that actually worked very well.
In fact, the signal strength readings I was getting were better than what I am getting with my old outdoor antenna.
My old outdoor antenna is directional and needs to be pointed directly at the TV towers which may need some adjusting.
But the fact that the 2Max performs so well indoor compared to my old outdoor unit is impressive.
If you live within a large city you likely can get by with a lower cost antenna since the TV towers are most likely close to your house.
If you live farther away the Clearstream 2Max TV Antenna is a good unit that does what it was built to do.
I am still testing the unit so far with good results and will update if anything changes.
As always be sure to read the reviews on Amazon, forums, or elsewhere to be sure a unit is a good fit for you.