Titan 2 Medium Gain Preamplifier
CM 7778 TV Antenna Preamplifier
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Price: $65.00

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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
U-Bolt and Weather boots
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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OTA Improvement December 27, 2016
Reviewer: Gary from St Joseph MO.  
The products performed as expected. Great support from the technical engineer.
Very satisfied with the Channel Master products and customer service.

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Great Product November 25, 2016
Reviewer: Paul from Lebanon, CT  
Purchased to replace a 15 year old Channel Master pre-amp.  The Titan is better weatherproof and spider proof than the older model.  I live in Connecticut and pick up stations in Mass and RI.  Don't know why anyone wants to pay for TV. most don't even know that free TV is available, that they pay for through a cable or satellite provider.  I'm considering upgrading to the Titan High Gain if Channel Master offers me a good deal.

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Med Gain Preampifier November 11, 2016
Reviewer: Hank Sheffer from Va Beach, VA  
Purchased a $20 unit from local big box hardware store and found the unit to perform as well as Channel Master's $65 unit.  Not impressed.

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Titan 2 Mid Gain Pre-Amp October 27, 2016
Reviewer: Jim from Northeast Indiana  
Replaced 14yr CM Pre-Amp that worked fine but had too much cable and when teed into the signal for the upstairs TV neither one worked.  
Called CM Tech prior to ordering the new unit, they prescribed Titan 2 Mid.  Installed in one day, new cable, shorter runs, per directions, works great - 98%.  RG6 cable runs approximately 20' mast-unit to power inserter, 6' mast-unit to 2-wire / cable transformer*, 1’ power inserter to three way splitter, 15' splitter to main TV, 70' splitter to upstairs TV.  
The upstairs TV pixelated 2x since, briefly.  Maybe I can improve by rotating the antenna a bit, maybe not.  Downstairs never a problem and it's the one used most so guess it's the extra wire run to upstairs.
* The unit came with a rubber boot to cover the transformer, but no transformer.  I had to descend, drive an hour, and spend $1.50 at Menards to complete the installation.  Overall recommended if installed per directions.  CALL CM TO DISCUSS YOUR APPLICATION

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install a pre-amp October 27, 2016
Reviewer: Anonymous Person  
The addition of the pre-amp and filter did exactly what I hoped it would.   Simple to do.

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