How many channels can I receive?
The number of channels you can receive will be determined by what is broadcasting in your area. Channel reception will vary from location to location based on terrain (including trees, buildings, hills and mountains). The fewer obstructions, the better your chance of receiving strong digital signals. Go to and find DTV Reception Maps, enter your address for a listing of likely channels available in your area.

Will all the channels receive be High Definition (HD)?
Not all digital signals are High Definition (HD). Make sure you are using a High Definition Television (HDTV) with built in ATSC tuner. When connecting the antenna to a thirdparty receiver (set-top box), make sure it is capable of receiving HD. Otherwise no HD
channels can be viewed.

Will picture quality be better than with cable?
All cable companies compress their HD signals. The result is a degraded signal that is usually inferior to ATSC broadcast. Many factors determine whether your picture quality will be better in every instance.

Can I connect the antenna to multiple televisions?
Yes. However, the signal should only be split between multiple HDTVs if using an amplified antenna.

I missed a part from the list. What should I do? Should I return the antenna?
Please don't return. You can E-mail us at: and we will ship
you a replacement part free of charge within 30 days.

Why must connect the given cable to the control box (Power Supply) directly? Why NOT use a switch or splitter between the Antenna and the Control Box? I was also wondering how the motor is powered?

Because WA-2608 is built-in preamplifier* for outdoor usage. It is different from other antennas The control box indoor is not an amplifier, but only power supply.

Through the cable, the signal is going form antenna to TV, while the AC current is going form the control box to the antenna amplifier and motor at the same time.

It is very important that, connect the antenna directly to power supply, otherwise, the AC current will be interrupted, and the antenna can't work.

It is good idea to test rotating before installation. Make sure the light on the antenna main unit is on. If the antenna is power on and rotates OK, there should be no problem for the reception.

*(per Wikipedia).   Locate the amplifier as close to the antenna as possible, so your amplifying antenna signal and not amplifying line noise or interference on the cable run.*