Titan 2 High Gain Preamplifier
Television Antenna Booster CM 7777
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The Titan 2 High Gain Preamplifier will amplify signals received by your antenna. This antenna amplifier is a high gain, low noise preamplifier used to allow weaker signals at the antenna to be amplified to a viewable strength, and is ideal for installations in which all broadcast towers are located at a distance of more than 80 miles. The Titan 2 High Gain Preamplifier is a two part unit, an outdoor amplification unit which is mounted on the mast of your antenna system and an indoor unit which powers the outdoor amplification unit. The indoor unit is stationed indoors and connects to the outdoor unit via coaxial cable. The Titan 2 High Gain Preamplifier is recommended for professional installers only. Due to the high gain output of this product, it can result in over amplification if not used in the appropriate scenario. Over amplification can cause issues with the television tuner’s ability to receive and display some or all channels.

30dB TV antenna signal preamplifier

What’s Included

Titan 2 High Gain Preamplifier
Power inserter
Power adapter
Coaxial cable
User Guide

Features

Improves signal quality
Decreases pixilation
May increase number of channels
Ultra low noise
Gain - 30 dB
Selectable FM signal pass-through
Heavy duty rating for outdoor use
Mast mounted for close proximity to antenna

90 days Limited Warranty Limited Warranty

parts and labor 90 days of parts and labor
support 90 days of support through phone, online chat and/or e-mail

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Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 24 Write a review.

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Worked great for me! January 28, 2016
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from NPR, FL  
I was having issues with my OTA reception this along with the 4-port signal distribution amplifier fixed my issues.

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Titan 2 High Gain Preamplifier November 5, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from North Texas  
I added this amp to my system.  Before adding we received 38 digital channels.  We are about 60 to 70 miles from towers.  After adding we now receive 81 digital channels.  We do not watch all of them due to the fact some are not in my language, but we get all the major networks.  No more $99.97 bill from directv or having to call a third world country for tech support.

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TV Enthusiast November 5, 2015
Reviewer: Rod in Lakeland from Lakeland Florida  
Before the Amp, Local Channels up to 55 miles, After Amp up to 180 Miles. Was worried about overload since Local antenna farm is 20 miles away, but no problems with overload.

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Great High Gain VHF/FM/UHF preamp October 20, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Colorado  
This is a very well built high gain VHF/FM/UHF  preamp.  

I am 40 miles from where all of the local stations broadcast from and I am using a relatively small VHF/FM/UHF outdoor antenna. I am driving 2 TV's and 6 FM tuners with just this preamp and a couple of passive splitters.  

Make sure you follow the instructions to turn off the FM filter in the preamp if you are going to use this of the FM band.

Plenty of output level post the splitters and no indication of overload on any of the high powered UHF HDTV stations.


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CM7777 August 18, 2015
Reviewer: Jeff Ward from Lino Lakes, MN United States  
Works perfectly. Installed at a weekend camping location at Mille Lacs lake in zip 56431. 100 miles from mpls. Bought a 13' antenna with an old vhf only amp on a 23' pole with a rotor. With no amp didn't get any channels and with the old amp only got 2 channels, 12.1 and 12.2 With the 7777 pointed at mpls we now have 34 channels, haven't even bothered to check other broadcast directions. Worth every penny.

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