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[Amazon Canada] Channel Master CM-3414 4-Port Distribution Amplifier for Cable and Antenna Signal $39.40

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[Amazon Canada] Channel Master CM-3414 4-Port Distribution Amplifier for Cable and Antenna Signal $39.40

Edit: Deal is over, back to $53.06

The Channel Master CM-3414 4-Port Amp for Cable and Antenna Signal booster is on lightning deal, 36% claimed.

https://www.amazon.ca/Channel-Master-CM ... 414+4-Port
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1GHz ceiling. No go for modern cable/internet systems.
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So is this item used to combine two antenna signals?
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beachlover wrote:
Jan 6th, 2017 7:20 am
So is this item used to combine two antenna signals?
It's a 1 into 4 splitter. It takes the signal from your OTA antenna and spits it into 4 outputs to drive 4 TVs

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Another Canadian seller on Amazon is selling it new for $37 + $7 shipping but no tax
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this is a high quality signal amplifier, ideal for ota antennas.

I have this exactly the same model, and this thing is amazing.
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Glad to hear some of the possitive feedback. I'm going to use this for 3 tvs OTA and my receiver for radio stations Thanks OP!
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Just got mine today after ordering it through that other seller on Amazon for $37 + $7 shipping. Originally it said expect it between Jan 13 - 30 but it only took a couple of days after ordering this weekend. Pissess me off when Amazon will give you options for 2 day shipping at a cost but the standard free shipping arrives on the same schedule or even earlier. </rant>

Anyways, just wanted to ask and hope it's the right spot but, how do you it's working properly? I hooked mine up and it had power (green light on) but it made no difference for my setup at home. I honestly thought I was going to overload a channel or two but nothing. Shouldn't I have seen some kind of % strength increase when checking on the channel's menu?

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