Cutting the cord is getting easier every day. And even tho you can get a great deal of TV programming online, gaps persist. One of the easiest ways to close those gaps is to turn to local, over-the-air free TV broadcasts. Many viewers don’t even realize this is an option, as cable and satellite TV companies have led us to believe that they’re the only options when it comes to television distribution.
Mention TV antennas and most people imagine either large aerials rusting atop old houses or the dreaded “rabbit-ear” style receivers most commonly associated with home TV sets. Fortunately, TV antennas are much improved in the modern day. And leading that field is Terk with the release of its new Horizon and Trinity amplified indoor antennas.
Horizon is a bar-style antenna, similar in design to a sound bar. Horizon offers superior reception in both UHF and VHF frequencies by utilizing Terk’s trademarked SmartBoost system that improves weak signals while preventing outside RF noise interference which means a more reliable and consistent HD picture. Horizon can be powered via USB or a standard electrical outlet.
The Trinity amplified indoor TV antenna uses patent pending Trimodal RF technology to provide superior signal reception without the troublesome adjustments required by traditional “rabbit-ear” style antennas. Trinity outperforms other indoor antenna solutions by offering a wider field of coverage from up to 60 miles away from broadcast towers to deliver the best quality reception across both VHF and UHF bands. And like the Horizon antenna, Trinity also uses Terk’s SmartBoost technology to ensure the best possible HD picture.
These Terk antennas are available now for purchase at most major electronics retailers.