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Check this map to see how reception will be in your area. Aukey's antenna has a range of 50 miles, so it can pick up broadcast television signals from up to that far away. If you live in a more rural area, you might not get a lot of channels. But if you live closer to a suburb or city, you should be able to enjoy plenty of local shows, sports, and news without paying for more than what the antenna will cost you today. All Aukey products come with a two-year warranty.
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