ANTOP TV Antenna Review – Testing for RV Use (Model AT415B)

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Demo and review of an OTA (Over the Air) TV antenna from a company in Ontario, California, called ANTOP.

In the video, I test the ANTOP AT415B in two locations. One is a very fringe reception area, and another is a place with numerous OTA TV stations. I compare the ANTOP’s performance to my existing KING Jack RV TV antenna and my previous Winegard Sensor. 

Fair Disclosure: The review sample was sent free of charge. However, I didn’t receive any monetary compensation for the video.

ANTOP AT415B TV Antenna Review Video

Overall the ANTOP did a great job in the weak signal area and was comparable in the better signal strength area. Omnidirectional is a big plus as no antenna pointing is required, but installation in an RV could be awkward. The hardware appears more aimed a home use. I used a flag pole to mount it. Construction quality is just fair. Nothing to write home about.

I’ll continue to test it out as I spend the next few months camping in the southwest USA. I’ll report back this spring with an update on more location tests.

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Review Update Video – More Location Tests & Comparing to KING Jack

I’m back in this video with more location testing Antop versus the KingJack RV antennas and my overall thoughts on the two products.

Antop TV Antenna Review

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