Our Best HDTV Antennas for indoor or outdoor use
LAVA HD-2605 Ultra Remote Controlled HDTV Antenna with G3 Control Box$69.95 – $84.95 Select options
LAVA OmniPro HD-8000 Omni-Directional HDTV Antenna$79.95 Read more
LAVA HD-2805 Ultra Remote Controlled HDTV Antenna with G3 Control Box$74.95 – $89.95 Select options
LAVA OmniPro HD-8008 Omni-Directional HDTV Antenna$79.95 – $94.95 Select options
LAVA Electronics Inc. is the leader in new electronics product design and manufacturing since 2003.
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LAVA is a registered trademark of LAVA Electronics Inc. and focuses on HDTV Antenna manufacturing.
Based in Ontario, California, we have an R&D and customer service team to support customers worldwide. We focus on R&D and will continue to strive toward innovative new designs.
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