FM HD Antenna

Model: HD-6010
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  • Overview

    Package Dimensions and Weights

    Weight: 2.70 LBS
    Height: 6.25 Inches
    Width: 42.00 Inches
    Depth: 6.00 Inches
  • Tech Specs

    • Antenna Directivity: Multidirectional
    • Reception Types: FM
    • FM Frequency: Provides stations in the frequency range 88-108 MHz.
    • Mounts to maximum 2" diameter pipe.
    • 5' Swedged Mast (TB-0005) shown, sold separately.
    • Warranty: 90-Day Limited Warranty
    • FM/HD radio antenna designed to receive stations up to 30 miles away
    • Omnidirectional antenna receives radio signals in all directions
    • Improves weak FM signals for better reception and clarity


    • 30 Mile Range - This FM radio antenna will boost your radio signal from stations up to 30 miles away!
    • Simple Setup - This compact, popular antenna features unique one-piece construction for easy installation.
    • HD Radio - This FM HD antenna will get better signal than just your radio alone, to help maximize your listening experience.

    In The Box

    • HD-6010 FM HD Antenna
    • 300-Ohm/75-Ohm Transformer
    • Printed Documentation
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  • Reviews

    2 Reviews

    • 5
      HD-6010 Outdoor FM Antenna

      Posted by Mark Solomon on Mar 6th 2024

      The Winegard HD-6010 FM antenna is not pretty. But it really does the job. After trying many indoor antennas and outdoor TV antennas with poor reception, I decided to give this one a try. In the old days of analog TV, you could use the same antenna for TV & FM. But now with digital TV that is no longer the case. I tried using outdoor TV antennas for FM and couldn't get anything above 100 MHz. Plus those antennas were directional. The HD-6010 is truly omnidirectional and picks up stations from all directions. The only problem I have is when a station on an adjacent frequency overrides a station I want to listen to. But that's not the fault of the antenna. It's doing its job and picking up the stations. It's the fault of the FCC for licensing too many stations too close together on the dial and geographically. My stereo receiver has 30 presets and I get a strong signal on every one of those plus other stations in between. I had my antenna professionally installed on a 30 foot tall tower below 2 TV antennas. Winegard recommends keeping this antenna at least 4 feet away from other antennas so mine is approximately 25 feet off the ground. The best indoor antennas I used had "rabbit ears" but even they weren't nearly as good as this one.

    • 1
      Mounting Bracket Defect

      Posted by Dan on Jan 8th 2024

      The holes into which the screw that secures the antenna is inserted on the mounting bracket did not line up with the holes on the antenna, and the assembly did not seem secure even if it did, so I returned the antenna without even being able to install it. I received only a partial refund. Not good.

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