HDTV Antenna Reviews
COMPARISON TEST OF HD ANTENNAS BY ANTENNA EXPERT
We attached each antenna to an HD Vizio TV using a coaxial
cable. The Terks, with their non removable shorter cables, had a slight
advantage with less signal loss than the iTenna , which used a longer
For each antenna we set the signal on the TV’s menu to
“Antenna”, and had it do an autoscan to identify all of the digital
stations it could find. While scanning we adjusted the position of the
antenna to try to maximize the speed of the scan (the strongest
signal). That took about 5 minutes for each antenna.
The conclusion is the iTenna performed the best of the 3. The
Terk flat was really poor. The Terk HD worked almost as well as the
iTenna, but it was so with the rabbit ears extended. Many would reject
it because of the size - big and awkward that it needed a footprint of
about 2 x feet.