The 01MM-DG27 contains the following components, a front 609mm boom, a back 714mm boom, 5 snap-on X elements, X-type dipole balun, 2 corner screens and a G-unit with a built-in balun.

Step 1: Snap on the five X-type elements to the first five moulds located on the front 609mm boom.

Step 2: Click in the X-type balun to the sixth mould located on the front 609mm boom. Ensure the connection points on the X-type balun face the back of the antenna.

Step 3: Install the two corner screens onto the top and underbody of the front 609mm boom behind the X-type balun, using 3/16″ x 1.75″ Philips head bolts and two pre-drilled holes. Make sure you install the spring washer and wingnut on the underbody of the boom body.

Step 4: Snap out the three riveted swivel lock elements on the back 714mm boom.

Step 5: Attach the G-unit to the back 714mm boom underbody with the balun closer to the front of the antenna, lining up the pre-drilled holes located on the G-unit and boom. Bolt these two units together using the 1/4″ bolt, flat washer, spring washer and wingnut provided in the small plastic bag. Ensure you install the flat washer, spring washer and wingnut on top of the boom body.

Step 6: Join the front 609mm boom to the back 714mm boom using the 3/16″ Philips head bolt, spring washer and wingnut provided in the small plastic bag. Make sure you install the spring washer and wingnut on the underbody of the boom body.

Step 7: Connect the supplied 550mm interconnecting flylead by screwing one end onto the X-type balun labelled “Input” connection. Then, connect the other end to the G-units built-in balun. Finally, twist and push the rubber boots over the connections to create a weather seal.

Step 8: Attach the antenna to the mast using the U-bolt and point to your nearest transmitter. Slide the rubber boot seal into your coaxial cable. Strip the coaxial cable, attach the connector provided, and connect to the antenna’s X-type balun. Fix the coaxial cable down the mast using UV-grade insulation tape and cable ties.

Antenna Selection Guide

Hi and welcome to the Matchmaster tutorial on how to find the perfect antenna suited for your area and where to find one.

To begin, click on the antenna selection guide or type in www.matchmaster.tv. There, you will find the homepage of the antenna selection guide. We are going to take you through step-by-step on what to do.

Firstly, please type in the address that requires the antenna. It can be your house, an apartment or commercial property. When typing in the address, a tab will pop open underneath, please click on the correct address. There are four basic questions below, for this example we are going to be using these. Question 1: how many outlets required? Today let’s go with 4 outlets. One in the lounge, two in the bedroom and one in the kitchen. Do you live in an apartment? No. Is satellite pay tv required? Let’s go no. Are any FM outlets required? No. Click the find antenna button.

This will take you to a summary page of your recommended antenna. Today we have the 03MM-DC21V. As you scroll down, you will see the picture and basic specs, the installation diagram, the required parts list and your nearest wholesalers.

You will notice on the right hand side of the wholesalers, you have one or two options. Enquire now, which allows you to send the parts list to your selected wholesaler or a buy now button that instantly adds the parts list to the wholesales online shopping cart.

To find the direction to point the antenna, when installing, please check transmitter details and on the map, the red line will show you which transmitter to point towards to get the best reception.

Once finished viewing this page, simply download it as a PDF or you can email the report to yourself. Also, if you would like to modify your selected antenna, you can change it by clicking on alternate antennas at the top of the page, which will recommend other antennas for your area.

For further information, please give us a call on 1800-AREIAL or visit out website matchmaster.com.au. Thanks for watching.

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