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Does Clear TV Really Work?

Watching TV is a favorite pastime of many. That’s why it is no wonder that people pay exorbitant charges on cable subscription fees just to have access to top quality television programs in clear HDTV. Clear TV, however, claims to allow shows HDTV free of charge. A digital HD antenna, Clear TV can be plugged in to any television set that has a specified Antenna IN or Cable IN port at the back to receive cable signal and broadcast its programs. Compared to cable subscriptions, ClearTV promises to be a one-time purchase that requires no monthly fees and unexpected fee hikes. As seen on www.buycleartv.com, this device promises to deliver clear image quality due to its high definition resolution and can be used even for TV viewing outdoors.

Clear TV Reviews

Yes - Wow!
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Wow! I, can’t believe the results,
I get channels like never before in rooms that are hard on rabbit ears. More channel without major adjustments. I did not even use amplifier to boost the signal.

Eddie White
November 17th, 2013
Lawton, Ok.
20 of 29 people found this review helpful.
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No - Total BS
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I got 2 of these retched devices and they are total crap…They give you 60 days money back guarantees because each would last for an OK…yea just and OK signal for 20-30 days then you’d haveta install the other one. Then you’re outta your warranty period. They hassle on getting your money back fffoooorrrrget it!

Icemack
November 10th, 2013
MN
21 of 28 people found this review helpful.
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No - It is an antenna - remember what one is?
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Any antenna you buy from anywhere at a lower price will do what this does. Save your money. Save the overpriced shipping. Pay the less expensive sales tax and shop locally.

Criswell
November 10th, 2013
33442
30 of 38 people found this review helpful.
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No - Pure Junk
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I attached this thing to the walls and windows. After rescanning I was treated to exactly a “0” that is zero channels.

What a piece of junk. I should try and get my money back but am guessing it will not be worth the aggravation. Judging by some of the reviews it would appear it would no doubt be a waste of time. I wish I had read these reviews first.

Rich
September 24th, 2013
Holland, MI
47 of 50 people found this review helpful.
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Yes - Love every moment.
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I am currently enjoying my purchase of Clear TV and love every moment of the clearness and improvement of my television.

Walter
May 9th, 2013
MD.
28 of 43 people found this review helpful.
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Yes - Will Work.
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While you can get some HDTC+V signals with any TV antenna, and maybe all of them, with some fussing, or by designing and making your own (what I do), this is based on a very clever design that is quite simple and effective. It is BEST suited for areas with strong signals and require little adjustment. You COULD make it yourself if you are electronically handy, but at only $10 each, it does work and could give you many channels without adjustment (aiming). This design works best VERTICAL, as shown on TV, NOT horizontal like the RCA flat antenna, a totally different design which is not directional. This has a simple bi-lobe (front/back) reception pattern, so if most stations are from one antenna farm, you should be able to aim it once and leave it alone. For areas with signals coming from different directions, you will have to turn it flatside to the source, so you might want to use a plastic (NOT metal) napkin holder as a base. Put it as near a window as you can, but not behind a metal windowscreen!

Since it has no real gain, DON’T add cable to extend it. These signals drop fast on long cable runs. An inline amp might be a good investment and should always go near the antenna, not the TV set.

The ad is silly, but the antenna is a proven design that will work, but won’t DX from 75 miles away.

Rippie
May 4th, 2013
MA.
50 of 54 people found this review helpful.
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Yes - It's an antenna
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Any TV antenna is now HDTV. Local broadcasters transmit digital signals and most are HD. It may not be worth the price to everyone but it does work.

Alan S.
May 1st, 2013
Florida
29 of 33 people found this review helpful.
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No - Don't believe the hype
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It works, but it gets the same channels as a $5 antenna from family dollar!

Chavo Delgado
March 24th, 2013
Oklahoma City, OK.
61 of 77 people found this review helpful.
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