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You will notice they are all Red or Grey. Looking at using a signal combiner I figured I could combine the two bands and offer my teen-age football playing sons the Super Bowl. This new model packs a powerful punch in a compact, easy-to-install package! I run Kasp Antivir and thats about it. Things came to a head this year when the Super Bowl was on Fox 13 Utah. If you were trouble shooting a problem, you can tell at a distance if the Power supply was good or if power was making it to up the amp. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources.

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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. I am not one to write many reviews and tend to only do so for products I like. This is one that interests me enough to be worth my time writing. Originally I home built "Hoverman" style antennas and offered them to my neighbors as we live in what is knows as "Deep Fringe" for Television reception.

As Commercial Versions of the "DB4 and DB8 antennas became available I was able to offer them to neighbors or just tell them which type to buy and help get them aimed correctly as they are VERY directional. From the beginning I have been pretty successful in getting most the Networks in our area but I did have trouble picking up one or two of the Networks we wanted.

Well just because I am not into TV very much doesn't mean the rest of the family isn't. Things came to a head this year when the Super Bowl was on Fox 13 Utah.

This has been the most stubborn one for me and I have never been able to get it locked in or stable and even at its best it was plagued with "macro-blocking" in the picture. When I say deep fringe I mean it with almost miles to Farnsworth Peak from my house AND most signals are basically scattered "knife edge refractions" off the local mountain peaks between us.

Moving up on the Super Bowl I considered trying a high gain directional Yagi to try to scavenge a very weak Translator Version of Fox 13 still on the VHF band from the opposite direction. Looking at using a signal combiner I figured I could combine the two bands and offer my teen-age football playing sons the Super Bowl. As it moved closer I was just going to begin ordering what I would need for that project when I noticed The Super Bowl was to be streamed via Roku and my problem was solved, or so I thought and the project put on hold.

Well by half time my son was really griping that our Roku stream was almost 30 seconds behind the commercial OTA and Sat versions and all his friends where spoiling things on FaceBook. At half-time he left to go watch the end of it with his friends and after a few "buffering" breaks I realized the Roku based stream, while better than nothing, really did have a lot to be desired.

Fast forward to last week. I decided to clean up the coax spaghetti factory where my amps and distro amps are located. There just wasn't enough clean signal and I really had given up on it years ago.

Since we have 6 TVs I had a combinations of splitting style Distro amps and pre-amped splitters. These were not crappy amps in fact the main amp was a 'Blonder Tongue' commercial amplifier. To my surprise this bumped my station count up from about 34 to 51 when you count the sub-stations, most of which are rock solid including the long sought after KSTU Fox 13 signal. While the project was more just to clean things up I ended up finding a resolution to an issue I have dealt with for a long time!

The only explanation I can see is this amp is extremely "quiet" or sometimes called "Low Noise". Any time you amplify a signal it can almost make things worse as the amplifiers also bring up the "noise-floor" when they amplify the desired signal. Just because the signal strength is greater after amplification it doesn't guarantee a good strong signal or solid picture as the surrounding noise or static is also amplified.

Apparently this amplifier is clean enough that it finally brought the remnants of some of those weaker channels up high enough to receive and two of those TVs still go trough and additional splitter as they are located on the far end of the house. TIPS If you already have mediocre reception especially if you are splitting between multiple bedrooms than this is the one you want. If you have checked your area frequencies and your digital stations are all up on UHF now, even though they have the legacy low designator numbers then I would say pair this with a roof-top DB-4 or DB-8 antenna as they have worked better than most "Yagi" or "Lave" style for this application.

Spend some extra time aiming it correctly and you won't be dissatisfied. At miles just a degree or two makes the difference between receiving a solid picture and no reception at all.

If you simply slap this amp on a noisy indoor set top antenna expecting miracles I don't thing you will get what you are looking for. A couple Pos and Cons Pro: If you were trouble shooting a problem, you can tell at a distance if the Power supply was good or if power was making it to up the amp. The power supply mechanism not common. I used a 3 foot jumper coax. If mounting at or near the antenna you would need to run an additional Coax for power above and beyond the distro cables.

Lastly to end I will include a screen shot of the stations for my area. You will notice they are all Red or Grey.

I can now successfully receive ALL the weak channels highlighted in Red and even a couple of the gray channels! Device gets fairly hot however. Once the connections were made, I could scan around channels. There is one input to connect your antenna to, and 4 outputs to connect to the cables running to your TVs. At first I was a bit concerned because this amplifier gets fairly warm - you could say hot. However six months later, the antenna and this amplifier is still working like a charm up in the attic.

Regular and Hi-Def channels come in beautifully and for free. Six months later this amplifier is still working great. I just dont get how it can just happen from 1 day to the other.

Oh and the whole win7 "Troubleshoot" didnt detect any problems. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question David Vinod Replied on December 1, In reply to Beowulf's post on December 1, Hi, If the issue persists then, create a Windows user account and check if this issue occurs with the new user account.

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