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ClearStream™ In-Line Amplifier USB and Power Adapter

ClearStream™ In-Line Amplifier USB and Power Adapter

 The ClearStream™ In-Line Amplifier is designed for high-gain and low-noise to provide added range and maximum signal reception to receive more channels. You can provide power to the in-line amplifier through a USB port on your TV or use the USB power adapter and a wall outlet. 





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Adding the ClearStream™ In-Line Amplifier to your HDTV antenna increases available signal strength, so you can receive a clearer picture and more channels. When using the USB port on your TV, the in-line amplifier will only draw power when the TV is turned on, eliminating power consumption. If you do not have a USB port on the back of your TV, the kit also includes a USB power adapter for use with any standard AC wall outlet. 

ClearStream In-Line Amplifier USB and Power Adapter Instructions

UPC #: 8-17848-01173-6
DIMENSIONS: .63"L x 1.5"W x 3.0"D
INCLUDED: 5 ft. USB CAble, 110V USB power adapter, 3 ft. coaxial cable
FEATURES: Gain: 20 dB
75 ohm F-connector input and output
3.5 dB noise figure
For VHF/UHF frequencies
COLOR: Black
WARRANTY: 90-day warranty on parts
ClearStream In-Line Amplifier USB and Power Adapter is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 40.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great in-line amp I was searching for a cost effective high gain in line amplifier to solve 2 problems with off air reception. I was limited to the number of ways to split the signal and had 2 stations, while well within the range of my antenna, that were prone to dropouts or no signal at all. This amplifier answered the mail, reasonable cost, 20db gain, no more dropouts and am pushing the signal through a passive 8 way splitter. Also went from 28 local stations to 42. I purchased a second amp and did a similar setup for one of my neighbors. 2 very happy customers.
Date published: 2016-10-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Amplifier I have had a ClearStream 4 antenna for five years. It worked great for a couple of years but with growth in this suburban area (south of Kansas City, MO), there is a lot more interference with broadcast signals. All signals are less than 20 miles from my house. I recently had the antenna re-positioned in the attic, which helped. Then I ordered the amplifiers, which has increased the signal strength substantially. Weather also has an effect on the signals. A couple of signals are still in and out. Overall, I am happy with the antenna and amplifiers. I am determined to not pay for the high cost of cable TV.
Date published: 2017-12-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not working at all Installation was easy with my antennadirect antenna but it is not amplifying the signal. Where I live there is sometimes sketchy cbs reception aNd I bought this to get reliable cbs reception especially on football sunday. But it did do anything in fact it added more noose to other channels. Disappointed for the product since I paid $6 shipping for $20 product
Date published: 2015-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It Work For Me" Picture on two or three Channel came bad,Got Clear Stream Amplifier & WOW
Date published: 2016-04-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Extremely pleased with the difference! This amplifier was extremely easy to install. Last summer I had a tornado rip my external roof antenna off my house. I decided to replace the antenna with 2 "Antennas Direct" antennas in my attic. No matter which way I turned the antennas I could not get all of the major networks. After installation, the number of stations I received grew from 24 to 35 and the strength of the signals was markedly improved.
Date published: 2016-01-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not helping my problem I live approximately 28 miles from the broadcast centers I'm trying to pick up. I have an indoor 35 mile range clearstream antenna, but I was getting weak signal and the stream was choppy, coming in and out periodically. I tried moving the antenna to several different places, at different angles, even moved it outside, ran a longer coax line to put it up on the roof, etc. Nothing helped. I thought this $20 signal booster would do the trick, but alas I have all the same issues. It seems to have not improved it even a small amount! So yeah, I bought $75 worth of junk and I still have to leave my house on Sunday to watch football unless I decide I don't mind watching the TV 5 seconds on 2 seconds off. Frustrated with the quality of both products, but open to suggestions so that this doesn't go into my box of useless electronic junk.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Clearstream inline amplifier I used this product to send a signal through approximately 80 feet of cable line from a Clearstream 2v. It worked perfectly sending signal to 2 other TV's in the house. I installed it directly after the antenna before any splitters. Problem solved. The signal is also pretty good per a signal meter with no channel dropout.
Date published: 2016-04-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from More than I really needed, but please read why... I live in a city with several local broadcast stations, and the farthest broadcast tower is only 18 miles away. The closest one is about 3 miles from my home. I added the in-line amplifier to my ClearStream 2V (mounted in my attic), hoping to bring in more channels than I was already getting, but doing severely over-amplified the closer stations, fractalizing the image and causing drop-outs. It actually decreased the number of stations that I was able to receive. To be sure, this is definitely NOT a flaw in the product. Rather, the behavior that I observed has been well-documented by other cord-cutters who likewise over-amplified their OTA signals. In my case, the in-line amplifier wasn't needed, but I'm going to re-purpose it for my camper trailer to pull in the long-distance signals when I'm camping. In short, if you're in close proximity to the broadcast towers in your area, you probably won't need the in-line amplifier. But if you're further away from them, I'm sure that this would be a welcome addition.
Date published: 2016-03-25
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