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Freeview TV Signal Booster - August DTB110-IEC - Amplifier for Television Aerial Reception

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  • Product Dimensions: 6.6 x 1 x 11 cm ; 50 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 9 g
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  • Freeview Signal Booster - Amplifier for digital TV aerials
  • USB Powered - Connects to your TVs USB port
  • Standard Coaxial Inputs - Works with existing cables
  • Maximum Gain: 15dB
  • Frequency Range: VHF & UHF 50 - 860MHz

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Name Freeview TV Signal Booster - August DTB110-IEC - Amplifier for Television Aerial Reception

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Works, but not magic cure for bad reception! Review by Patrick W.
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The basics.....this device works great and is the best for price I could find out there. It makes the tv channels you get a lot clearer. However, if you have trouble with static filled channels or weather restricted channels it won't help stop the static. I do live in an area where reception is really hard to get, and still overall we are very happy with the clarity of the channels we get now with the device. I would definitely recommend this over any others out there. (Posted on 30/05/2014)
Digital tv signal booster . .August DTB110 Review by robert lynch
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All I know is that I get more channels when I use it. . . . . .Less when I don't (Posted on 21/05/2014)
Doesn't seem to work for us Review by Derrick Smith
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We bought this to work with a Mohu leaf. There was no visible signal improvement using it, nor did we get any additional channels. (Posted on 25/03/2014)
It Works Review by Tom Browder
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It does what it says it will do. I picked up a couple of channels I didn't have before. Great price, too. (Posted on 24/03/2014)
Made signal worse (only slightly, but it should have worked?!) Review by John Miller
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Ya I have this antenna that I have to move around to get different channels but I can get them all, so I thought maybe a signal booster would help.. nope, plugged it in and it didn't do anything, then left it for a while and it seemed harder to get channels so I unplugged it and it was slightly less picky on the location... so in actuality this thing didn't work but it made it worse, not to mention using a slight amount of electricity so why bother with it (Posted on 22/03/2014)
Doesn't seem to make a difference Review by John
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Once it is installed, the reception is about the same. Unless you forget to plug in the UBS cord, in which case you get zero reception. Even though it is only $10, save your money and buy something else. (Posted on 05/03/2014)
I expected better Review by Twin Mom
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So I bought a Leaf antenna, but the channel I got it for (PBS), didn't come in consistently or clearly. I checked the signal strength on three channels, and the signal strengths without the amplifier were 66%, 83%, and 37%. So I got the amplifier (which is powered by plugging into the USB port on the back of my TV) and rechecked the signal strengths. 80%, 86%, and 38%. The first channel got quite a boost, the second channel got an okay boost and the third channel didn't experience any significant improvement. Of course, the third channel is the one I really wanted and that's the one that refuses to get reception. The cost of the product isn't bad, and certainly isn't worth sending back. After the cost for return shipping is deducted because it's not "defective" I might as well just keep it. (Posted on 12/02/2014)
Don't waste your time or money. Review by Lotsahops "Lotsahops"
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I really wanted this to work. I actually tried two of these on separate orders. The first one I ordered was defective (it came apart when I tried to install it) and I had to return it. I have an OTA antenna and have to deal with periodic pixelated images on one channel. Initially I liked the idea I didn't need to plug it into a regular power outlet and could plug it into a usb port. The second one that did not appear to be defective actually made the pixelation issue even worse. Too bad. Not the quick fix I had hoped for. (Posted on 08/02/2014)
Worked good for me Review by IT
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did improve the TV signal and I started to get the HD channels I didn't get before.. very happy with this (Posted on 02/01/2014)
They work as adverstised. Review by Azim Khoddjibaev
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They stabilized my weak signal enough that it doesn't jump around and get pixelated. It was very good with HD ATSC signal (Posted on 25/12/2013)

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