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AntennaCraft 30dB High Gain TV/FM Mast-Mounted Amplifier 10G212

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  • Improves poor picture quality caused by weak signals
  • Allows the ability to adjust gain based on intended application
  • Boosts HDTV, VHF, UHF and FM stereo signals up to 30dB
  • Switchable FM trap reduces or eliminates FM interference
  • Power light shows when the amplifier is operating
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Product Description

Boosts HDTV, VHF, UHF and FM stereo signals up to 30dB Used when your antenna is more than 100 feet from the TV, or when a single antenna supplies signals to several units including TVs, VCRs or FM receivers Adjustable gain control provides up to 10dB reduction of signal to prevent overload or allow custom matching of amplification to signal strength Switchable FM trap reduces or eliminates FM interference Power light shows when the amplifier is operating Automatic protection circuit guards against cable shorts and prevents damage to connected receivers HDTV ready Adjustable Gain

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Brand NameAntennaCraft
Item Weight1.5 pounds
Product Dimensions11 x 8 x 8 inches
Item model number10G212
  
Additional Information
ASINB0039WTXK4
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Shipping Weight1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableFebruary 25, 2010
  
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JaSto
Antenna Craft outdoor TV Amplifier This amp works very well, I was able to use a two-way splitter, and run 2 tv's!
WES STATON
It boosts all my channels from where my antenna is pointed to the very good signal strength.
Stephen Tillmann

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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Mary H. on June 2, 2010
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Got this to replace the failing amplifier on our old Terk indoor antenna, and it does indeed bring our OTA (over the air) TV signal back to the same level as when the Term amp worked well, there would be more gain on an outside antenna. The adjustable gain does increase or decrease the signal by 7 to 10 db but only on our clearest signals. On the plus side, the unit seems to be fairly sturdy and well made, comes with pretty good instructions, and was easy to install, and gives a decided boost to the digital signal. Our digital decoder box signal meter runs from 0 to 100, with a signal in the low 30's necessary for decent viewing. This amp boosts some stations reading in the mid 20's into the low 30's, but I expect to see better performance in the winter when the leaves are gone. It won't work miracles, but if you need a modest boost in signal strength it's worth the modest price.
(Warning: RANT: This digital signal stuff stinks. With analog, we were able to get decent to great signals from towers in three different directions at distances of 20 to 60 miles with the Terk. Analog signals were affected by weather and time of day but not nearly to the extent of these digital signals. Now, we can count on losing signal when the trees leaf out, blackbirds flock, rain, sun, mist, clouds, no clouds , traffic jams on the Blue Ridge parkway and for all I know someone on the fourth floor of a building moving their ficus tree onto the balcony in the path of the digital signal. End rant. Excuse me.)
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Mathwiz on January 25, 2013
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I use an antenna preamp because I split my antenna's signal for multiple TVs. I had been using a Channel Master 7777 and when it failed, I was dismayed to learn that the new version wasn't as good, so I replaced it with this instead.

I'm impressed by the packaging. They included everything you need to add a preamp to your outdoor TV antenna: an outdoor coax cable (with weather boots) for the preamp itself, another coax cable (w/o weather boots) for the power injector; they even included a balun in case your antenna didn't have one! Many other products provide only weather boots and leave it to you to assemble your own weather-proof cables.

This particular model has very high gain (~30 dB), which might be too much for areas where some TV signals are strong and some are weak. Luckily, they thought of that: on the power injector there's a variable attenuator to reduce the gain by as much as 10 dB. If you have a mix of strong and weak signals, turn this down to keep your TV receivers from being overloaded with too much signal.

There's also a switchable FM trap on the power injector to filter out strong FM radio signals, which could otherwise cause overload as well.

It's only weaknesses are: it doesn't have separate VHF/UHF inputs (but Antennacraft makes other models with this feature if that's something you need), and its noise figure, 2.6 dB, isn't quite as good as the old CM 7777 (but about as good as I've seen among TV antenna preamps available today).
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Chris Mason on January 5, 2012
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I live between Richmond, VA and Washington DC and I was getting very poor reception with two previous major named brand amplifiers so I started to research what would be a better amplifier so I could start receiving a better picture that would not be fuzzy or fade out or always showing a a weak HD signal. After reading all the reviews on Amazon and different sites concerning the performance of the different amplifiers I decided to go with the AntennaCraft 30dB High Gain TV/FM Mast-Mounted Amplifier 10G212 from amazon.com. I could not be more pleased, the reception is perfect. The amplifier was to two to three times less expensive the more expensive brands.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By pelagicsailor on February 4, 2012
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I was having trouble bringing in a few stations around 42 miles from my home using an indoor amplifier. This product did exactly what it advertised and I now can pick up several more digital channels.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Worm Person on February 9, 2013
I live just over 50 miles east of the broadcast antenna on Mt. Wilson north of Los Angeles and am using an aerial antenna to receive digital TV. I was experiencing some weaker sub-threshold signals and tried the AntennaCraft 10G212, which claims to be a 30 dB signal amplifier, as an upgrade from the 10-dB Radio Shack signal amplifier. However, both gave similar performance. For example, with the Radio Shack amplifier, CBS (channel 2-1) came in at 40% signal strength, and with the 10G212 (turned up to maximum gain) the signal strength was still 40%. Without any amplifier, the station did not come in at all. Hence, both units produced a similar result even though the AntennaCraft model says it can amplify the signal "up to 30 dB" while the Radio Shack model says it can do so up to 10 dB. The signal strength of other channels (e.g. NBC, 4-1; ABC, 7-1; FOX, 11-1) was also similar between the 10G212 and the Radio Shack model. In the end, it turns out that my antenna is highly directional, and that turning it about 10 degrees caused all channels to be improved substantially. I left the Radio Shack model in place as the part that goes near the antenna is much smaller and does not need mounting to the mast. Even its indoor amplifier is very small and does not need to be mounted on a wall. I will keep the 10G212 anyways as a possible replacement should the Radio Shack model fail.

Short review: The Radio Shack In-Line Signal Amplifier (15-1170) performed indistinguishably from the AntennaCraft 10G212 and was a simpler installation.
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