Titan 2 Medium Gain Preamplifier
CM 7778 TV Antenna Preamplifier
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The Titan 2 Medium Gain Preamplifier will amplify signals received by your antenna. This antenna amplifier is a medium 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 broadcast towers are located at widely varying distances. The Titan 2 Medium 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.

16dB TV antenna signal preamplifier

What’s Included

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


Improves signal quality
Decreases pixilation
May increase number of channels
Ultra low noise
Gain - 16 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: 29 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Seems to do the trick January 12, 2016
Reviewer: Roland from USA Midwest  
We're about 50 miles from major-city transmitters, in the woods, and on the wrong side of a hill, so I installed a rooftop antenna with a distribution amplifier in the basement when we built our house 26 years ago. Since the switch to digital, some channels break up occasionally, and we can rarely pick up the PBS station at all. Installing the CM-7778 properly would have meant taking the antenna and mast down (not a task I really want to tackle in the winter), so I decided to install it in the basement first to see if it would help. I connected the cable coming from the roof to the Titan 2 and then fed the outgoing signal into the existing amplifier. I am now getting all of the channels in our area with no problems on the five receivers we have throughout the house. Not sure whether I will bother with installing it on the roof. I'll see how it goes when we get leaves on the trees again, but for now I'm happy!

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Three tv's 100 Ft of cable December 30, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person  
Works great

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Worked but not a Miracle December 1, 2015
Reviewer: Mark from Portland Or  
I live 16 miles from broadcast towers but my signal is blocked by a hill. I have tried 2 antennas and raising  them and some other amps. This one did actually improve my signal. KATU and KOIN would drop out when ever it rains and this is the Pacific North Wet. Now I do get some pixiliazation and some drop out but it has been a marked improvement.

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Cleared up reception October 20, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Florida  
We bought this preamplifier to help boost our reception and to clear up pixilation that was interrupting our programming.  Instead of constant picture interruption, we now have only very brief instances of interruptions and pixilation.  Easy to install also.

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makes for a good-working antenna system July 2, 2015
Reviewer: Gary Fisher from San Angelo, TX United States  
My attic antenna system evolved over time, beginning with finding a hot-spot in the attic with a pair of rabbit ears which were subsequently replaced with a higher gain antenna.  Splitting the signal four-ways to feed all of the sets in the house found that there was not enough signal for passive splitting.  So the next step was to install a Channel Master CM 3414 distribution amplifier.  The complicating factor was in that all of my stations are on UHF and are in one direction from my address...EXCEPT ONE, which is on VHF and is 27-miles from my location and at right-angles to the UHF stations.  So the Titan-2 antenna amplifier was added ahead of the distribution amplifier and the system now works beautifully and reception is dependable.  A lot of success with such devices is choosing the right device for the need of your system.

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