Jim M.: I don't need the history of electronics just show the steps and measurements for petes sake
mopjockey57: I wasted 18 and half minutes of my life watching this video in hopes of learning how to build one; instead, I saw 15 minutes of snotty put-downs...whatever...a half-assed science lesson...whatever...30 seconds complaining about being tired and having a headache, if you didn't feel like, why did you do it?...yeah, whatever. You might be a real top-notch technician, but you are a piss-poor teacher! If you have a concept you believe is better, don't you think it deserves the best presentation possible...yeah, whatever...
You ARE a freaking prick!
B WIX: Sorry, man! You did not make the effort to teach us anything. Your video (I didn't watch the whole thing) seemed to be a worthless rant about how stupid people are. I'm going to other vids for info. You are a waste of time. :(
Keith Poisant Sr.: I don't really care about the language. I did find that the how to actually build and connect everything a bit lacking. You obviously know more then most and think you could have explained the important things that we can't really understand from just a quick view of the back. I would really link to see a step by step instructional video on how to connect all the parts. You can even use freak words as many times as you want 👍
Terry Caughron: i got that many chanels with my 2x4 and coat hangers over 50 miles away lol
almostpofjoe: Ok... I'll put this in a way that many people understand... The coat hanger antennae is like a NASCAR 'race car', and this man's design is more similar to a Formula One race car. If you can't listen to the odd bit of disgust concerning poor designs circulated by YouTube "Experts", then hang tin foil from a coat hanger and be happy!Please look for MY video, where I will make a HD antennae utilizing the two metal racks from my propane grill!
l b78: I like the video.. would like to see more of how it was done. the wiring, how copper was rounded and how you used the weld wire. how you figured out the distance between each of the coils.
ValiantVision: what is the fcking web site to find my local tv frequencies? thanks for the vid.
J. Contreras (kurukujoe83): it was f"'"ING good ,I learn about f''''ING measurements ,f''''ingng bow ties, f'''inning connection, and how to criticize other people's f'''ing ideas specially using f'''ing hangers,and even how to make a video with a f'''ing headache and with the least f'''ing interest on the viewers.well that's what a lot of viewers said or complained about,me I f'''ing enjoy it, great f''''ingng guy......wish you the best bro, I got to go and build that f''''ing antenna, ,,,,, ;)
Rustaholic777: To me it was way too much talking about what was wrong with the coat hanger ones.You gave very good info about the right way to do it but took too much time getting there.
better soc: how much cost to make? soft copper 1/2" expensive ,,
I hate google: Actual Video starts at 5:00 after he tires of bashing other designs and posts.
ps When did being an asshole become American freedom?
femtoman2357: Close coupled loop antennas have a very narrow bandwidth and are excellent for noise/interference rejection. The problem with this design is that there is no way to tune the antenna for resonance at a particular frequency. In addition, the coupling distance between the large and small loop is critical to the antenna's efficiency. This guy is an idiot. Of course, he already lets you know that with his language and attitude.
donald laisure (73SuperGlide62): That works ,i not that smart at that how do find what works in your area
Mildred Colburn: proof is showing when you are connecting to the tv
Mildred Colburn: you need redo with the video with minus the cuss word i dont care but other and children
Rob Blake: Thanks mate. Loved the vid. I was about to make the bowie aerial but I just saw yours which is different. The vid gave me heaps of ideas. Just a shame my gaming den is stuck in the only room without any digital wall plug, go figure... I was thinking would a 3d copper spiral work? That way it it should pick up different frequencies as well as it has larger to smaller coils...
russtew1: I'd like to see how it was actually made as well. Sounds interesting and makes total sence