Mast-Mounted Boost XT LNA 200 Preamplifier Unit
The LNA 200 Preamplifier with TwinAmp Technology separately amplifies VHF and UHF signals for maximum performance on any non-amplified outdoor antenna.
Ultra-Low Noise Preamplifier Delivers Ultimate Digital TV Picture and Sound Quality
Boost XT outdoor LNA 200 preamplifier works with any passive outdoor TV antenna and extends the signal range. What sets the Boost XT apart from other preamplifiers is that it boasts a true dual-path design with separate filtering and amplification paths for both frequencies, which greatly enhances signal selectivity and reduces noise and interference to the lowest levels of any product in this category thanks to our revolutionary Clear Circuit Technology™ and TwinAmp Technology™.
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LNA 200 Preamplifier Specifications:
- Gain: 20 dB L-VHF, 15 dB H-VHF, 16.5 dB UHF
- Noise Figure: 3 dB VHF, 1 dB UHF
- Power: USB +5 Volts at 130ma
- Includes: Preamplifier, USB Power Cable, 110V Adapter, Power Inserter, Weather Boots.
- Powered through Coax Connection—No Additional Electrical Wiring Required.
- Gain: 18 dB
- Ultra-Low Noise Figure—1.0 dB Typical
- Power: +5 Volts
- Energy Saving USB Power Supply with LED Power Indicator
- Made in USA
- Replaces and Performs Better Than the Winegard AP 8700 and HDP 269 Preamplifiers
How are preamplifiers powered?
Q. "Denny, Your LNA 200 TV antenna mast mount pre-amplifier. How are preamplifiers powered? I don't see any easy way to get 120VAC up to an antenna if they are AC powered. Thanks, Paul"
A. "Paul, TV antenna Preamplifiers are two part units. The mast mounted preamplifier and the indoor power inserter. The power inserter is located indoors and requires an electrical outlet. The coax cable down lead from the mast mounted preamplifier feeds into and out of the indoor power inserter. The power injector converts the 120V electricity to low voltage DC inserts it into the coax cable and sends it up the cable to supply the preamplifier with operating power.
The answer is, the LNA 200 mast mounted preamplifier receives power via the coax cable from the indoor power inserterr. Signal splitters should not be installed in line between the mast mounted preamplifier and the power inserter unless voltage blocks > are in use. Proper preamplifier installation > is crucial but quite simple."
Q. Does the LNA 200 preamplifier come with installation directions? I want to make sure I do it right.
A. Yes, the directions that accompany the LNA 200 preamplifier are very good. Plus, you can visit our page LNA 200 preamplifier installation >
Can I add the LNA 200 preamplifier to my amplified antenna?
Q. My antenna already has a preamplifier built into the antenna. Can I add the LNA 200 anmd improve reception?
A. No, adding the LNA 200 or any preamplifier would make reception worse.
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