MicroAmp Indoor Antenna Amplifier

MicroAmp Indoor Antenna Amplifier CM-7776

Price: $29.00

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Channel Master's MicroAmp indoor antenna amplifier is designed to be used with any indoor TV antenna that does not have built-in amplification. The MicroAmp boosts indoor antenna signals using low-noise amplification technology and is an ideal upgrade for the Channel Master FLATenna or any non-amplified indoor antenna. When installed between the antenna and television, the MicroAmp will help with hard to receive channels and reduce issues such as pixelation and intermittent signal loss.

The Channel Master MicroAmp is one of the highest quality indoor TV antenna amplifiers on the market.

Most amplifiers packaged with or intended to be used with an indoor antenna are typically constructed of plastic housings with poor shielding potentially causing signal interference, not the case with the MicroAmp. Its heavy duty construction and metal housing sets it apart from the competition.

Another advantage the MicroAmp has over the competition is the amount of amplification it provides is enough to enhance signal reception but not so much that will cause issues.

The MicroAmp is intended to be installed between the indoor antenna and the television, powered from a standard wall outlet or from an available USB port on the back of the television.

What’s Included

MicroAmp Indoor Antenna Amplifier (CM-7776)
Power Inserter (CM-7777HDXPI)
Mini USB Power Cord
USB 5V Power Supply Wall Adapter
3ft RG6 Coaxial Cable
Instruction Sheet
1-Year Limited Warranty


Works with all Over-the-Air Antenna Installations
Improves Signal Strength
Decreases Pixelation
May Increase Number of Channels
Micro Size Allows for Quick and Easy Installation
Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 5 Write a review.

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Good product August 4, 2020
Reviewer: Josh from Lake Villa  
Had some pixelation on my new CM 7600 in the DVR mode. It's the longest coax run in the house, had a cheap RCA amp installed on that run. Installed the micro amp, the pixelation is gone and the picture quality went from ok to incredible. If you have that problem this might be the product for you at a decent price.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
4 of 5 indoor antenna amp March 3, 2020
Reviewer: Shelah from Columbus Miss  
it helped with pixelation some and brought in 3 more channels.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 antennas & converters February 10, 2020
Reviewer: flint from Texas/Colorado  
So far -- everything I've purchased from Channel Master has worked flawlessly.  I continue to watch for what they come up with next.  I live part of the year in a very remote area where the only signal I get is from a TV tower on a mountain about 25 miles away.  I don't get as many over the air channels as I do in the city but I get enough to enjoy the TV now and then.  I tested the Digital Converter Box while in the city in my computer room that doesn't have cable TV, just an over the air antenna in the attic. After a channel scan, I wound up getting 72 channels identified as being connectable.  Of course some of these are foreign language and others are shopping, but there are enough to keep my occupied.

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5 of 5 Micro amp antenna amplifier February 7, 2020
Reviewer: Thomas Vazquez from CT  
No problems so far, it works great, would recommend this product to anyone!

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
4 of 5 New Indoor Antenna Amp Works Great! February 7, 2020
Reviewer: GlennR from Troy, NY  
Missed out on the first wave of the MicroAmp Indoor Antenna Amplifier, but got one in the second wave.  Easy to set up once you figure out where the nearest electrical socket is into which plug in the power cord, while, at the same time, figuring out the antenna-to-amp distance and the amp-to-tuner distance for the two coaxial cords. I do wish there was some type of status light on the amp to tell me 1) it's getting power and 2) the filter is working correctly. As I is, I had to tune in for a long time to a channel that usually pixelates and see how it goes. The amp does seem to take some time (maybe 10-15 minutes?) to warm up and start working. If the amp had some type of status indicator, I'd give it 5 stars, but, for now, it gets 4 stars. I would recommend this amp to anyone who gets way too much pixelation and way too many weak signal messages.