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The label in the back says 36W. That would be 3 A on a 12 V systems.
Andre Moreau
· September 20, 2020
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Short answer, yes as that is my setup, and it works.
Long answer, HDTV antenna is a modern gimmick. They are, in most aspects, no different than other TV antenna of old as receiving a signal is receiving a signal. The actual HD work is done by the TV itself when it decodes the signal received by the antenna. That isn'… see more
Short answer, yes as that is my setup, and it works.
Long answer, HDTV antenna is a modern gimmick. They are, in most aspects, no different than other TV antenna of old as receiving a signal is receiving a signal. The actual HD work is done by the TV itself when it decodes the signal received by the antenna. That isn't to say that all antennas are created equal. Some antennas are better than others, and generally, you get what you pay for. Most importantly, note that all modern TVs are made so as to receive a digital, high definition signal. Unless you're buying used, any TV you buy can receive/decode a digital HD signal. see less
Short answer, yes as that is my setup, and it works.
Long answer, HDTV antenna is a modern gimmick. They are, in most aspects, no different than other TV antenna of old as receiving a signal is receiving a signal. The actual HD work is done by the TV itself when it decodes the signal received by the antenna. That isn't to say that all antennas are created equal. Some antennas are better than others, and generally, you get what you pay for. Most importantly, note that all modern TVs are made so as to receive a digital, high definition signal. Unless you're buying used, any TV you buy can receive/decode a digital HD signal.

Jean-Patrick S.
· January 17, 2017
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The VESA measurements are 98.4 mm across and 100.8 mm down approximately.
Larry Loubert
· March 5, 2020
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It is about 21 x 1.8 x 13.4 inches
Outlet
Seller · May 20, 2019
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No.
Roller
· April 22, 2021
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Video reception over the air is fine, audio though is a little weak.
L. Chapdelaine
· March 6, 2021
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I don’t see why not. It has a VGA input and PC audio jack.
Mr. Bungle
· September 16, 2020
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I suppose yes. XBox one work on
Client d'Amazon
· January 31, 2017
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The 19" does, I'd assume that the 32" does also... read the details carefully though...
Mark L.
· December 14, 2020
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Yes it does come with the 12VDC adaptor.
Amazon Customer
· April 26, 2017