High Gain Low Noise HDTV Antenna Amplifier / Signal Booster
- The number of channels you got in your area is determined by what's being broadcasted in your area.
- The amplifier / booster can enhance the signals weakened by the obstacles between you and the towers but it can not add new signals.
- If your TV picture is not crystal clear, or you can not get strong signals from far away towers, you can use this amplifier to boost the weakened signals.
- We do NOT recommend to use this amplifier / booster if your house is very close to the broadcast tower and the signal is already very strong.
- We offer a 30-day money back guarantee in case of this booster doesn't help in your current situation.
Frequency Range: 47 - 862MHz
Output Level: 100dBuV
Noise Figure: less than 4dB
Power Supply: DC 6V 100mA by external adapter.
Note 1: The number of channels you got in your area is determined by what's being broadcast in your area. Channel reception will vary depending on how far away you are from broadcast towers, and your surroundings (i.e. obstructions between you and the towers).
Note 2: The amplifier / booster can enhance the signals weakened by the obstructions between you and the towers, but can not add signals.
Note 3: We do NOT recommend to use this amplifier / booster if your house is very close to the broadcast tower and the signal is already very strong. A booster will cause self-oscillate and you may get fewer signals than without.
Note 4: The amplifier works with passive antennas and cannot work with antennas which already are amplified.
We DO offer a 30-day money back guarantee in case of this booster doesn't help.
There are some channels that aren't coming in great. Would it improve the signal to hook 2 of these up in series?
Not likely. An amplifier can't create a signal where none exists. If noise or interference is overwhelming your signal, an amplifier will amplify that noise as well as the signal. If the 20db gain from the first unit isn't enough, adding a second is not likely to help. Especially with digital TV, where a strong and a weak signal will produce identical quality pictures (assuming there's enough signal to produce any picture.)
That being said, back in the days of analog broadcasts, I did attach a 30db amplifier to the output of an antenna with a built-in 10db amplifier, and it did help. But that was analog, where a stronger signal can improve a marginal picture to acceptable quality. Digital is not going to behave the same way.
does the moho leaf work without a converter box ON an analog tv
No, it won't, this is an antenna and is incapable of converting the signal for you.
can you use this booster with another hd antenna.
Randy, see response by gbm. Before I got the booster, I had two antennas hooked to the "outputs" of a cable splitter, then ran the single "input" to the TV. I put the booster on just one antenna, with enough improvement in reception to leave it that way.