Classic Series Yagi YA7000C

Model: YA7000C
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  • Overview

    Package Dimensions and Weights

    Weight: 5.40 LBS
    Height: 4.75 Inches
    Width: 38.75 Inches
    Depth: 6.75 Inches
  • Tech Specs

    • NextGen TV Compatible
    • Compact, long range outdoor antenna provides free programming from 70 miles away
    • Low-band VHF extensions included for complete programming
    • Simple setup and operation with fold-and-lock antenna elements


    • 70 Mile Range - The YA7000C Classic Series Yagi antenna receives low-band VHF, high-band VHF and UHF signals in crystal-clear HD, allowing you to watch channels from up to 70 miles away!
    • Simple Setup and Operation - Fold-and-lock elements and added extensions for low-band VHF make for easy setup and mounting on universal mount system.
    • Built to Last - Classic antenna construction reduces antenna size and wind load while increasing element strength and performance.
    • Optimized Design - Uniform gain curve and increased front-to-back ratio contribute to an antenna that can extend beyond the range of regular HDTV antennas.
    • Free Winegard Apps - While millions of Americans can receive dozens of free channels in their area, availability varies by location. Check your location for available channels and find best placement using our free TV Signal Finder (with AR) Mobile App.

    • Maximum Programming - Complement the offerings of your streaming service with free, local HD channels! Winegard digital HD Antennas and a streaming service or device make the perfect pair to watch all your favorite shows without the high cable bill. Pay only for the content you want with a service like HuluPlus or Netflix and get the top-rated shows for free with a Winegard digital HDTV antenna.

    In The Box

    • Classic Series YA7000C Antenna
    • Low-band VHF Extensions
    • Universal Mounting Pipe and Foot 
    • Hardware Bag
    • Printed Documentation
    • Antenna Directivity: Directional
    • Reception Types: VHF/UHF
    • Low-Band VHF (Very High Frequency): Provides channels 2-6 in the frequency range 54-88 MHz.
    • High-Band VHF (Very High Frequency): Provides channels 7-13 in the frequency range 174-216 MHz.
    • UHF (Ultra High Frequency): Provides channels 14-36 in the frequency range 470-608 MHz.
    • Compatible with any streaming device with over-the-air integration, TV, DVR, or computer with a digital tuner.
    • To receive programming, run a channel scan on your TV after setting up the antenna. To keep your channel lineup up to date, it is a good idea to run a channel scan monthly and anytime a channel is lost.


    • 90-Day Limited Warranty
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    7 Reviews

    • 5

      Posted by Tim on May 8th 2023

      The C version of this antenna works extremely well. I am able to get an excellent signal on VHF low, VHF, High and UHF. Winegard's customer service was key in recommending the right antenna for my needs. The transformer had some minor damage when I received the antenna. Customer service came through again and shipped me a new one. I received it within just a few day. They seem like a great company.

    • 5
      Lost another client

      Posted by Cable Guy on Apr 18th 2023

      New Owner of the Winegard YAGI YA7000C, I don't understand why you, and other former customers, refuse to pay $200/plus a month for basic channels including $40 in local usage and other ticky tack fees. Not to mention the monthly rent on cable boxes, dvr, and cable router. Why spend $100 once for an antenna you own and receive 172 channels of local content we can't provide? Through my service you received 20 channels and spent more knowing I would remain employed. We need to regulate antennas. Jobs depend on it. - Cable Guy P.S. I'll be there sometime between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.

    • 1

      Posted by Robert Lyons on Mar 27th 2023

      Not worth it get better reception with GE pro for 40 bucks less

    • 4

      Posted by Leslie on Mar 12th 2023

      Did the job

    • 1
      Doesn't receive low vhf

      Posted by Peter Genova on Mar 1st 2023

      Antenna works well for uhf and high vhf but no signal on low vhf at 16 miles.

    • 4

      Posted by Steve LeComte on Feb 7th 2023

      The 2 longest Low VHF extensions need a much tighter clip, as we have to cable tye the clip area in order to keep extensions from folding in after high wind events. otherwise, a good antenna for the price.

    • 5
      Classic Series Yagi YA7000C

      Posted by Bill Nutting on Feb 6th 2023

      Great antenna ! I installed it in my attic. I am receiving 60+ channels. I would recommend this antenna to my friends.