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Model #JUICE

ClearStream JUICE Preamplifier

  • Ideal for antennas located in urban, suburban & rural locations
  • Low-noise provides signal amplification without adding artifacts
  • Internal LTE filter removes noise from cellular signals
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Product Overview

The ClearStream Juice Preamplifier from Antennas Direct helps increase available signal strength in urban, suburban and rural areas. It provides a gain of 17.5dB VHF and 19dB UHF. Its housing is weatherproof and has a built-in grounding lug. This preamp comes with a 90-day warranty.
  • Overload protection prevents strong signals from compromising the TV tuner's ability to deliver the best picture and sound available
  • Includes cast weatherproof housing with built-in grounding lug, two 36 in. coaxial cables, power inserter, power supply and 2 zip ties
  • Dimension: 1.9 in. H x 3.25 in. W x 1.4 in. D
  • 90-day limited warranty
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.5 in
Product Height (in.)
2 in
Product Width (in.)
3.25 in

Details

Antenna Gain (dB)
17.5
Display Resolution
Standard
Electronics Included Components
No additional items included
Features
Reception amplified
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor/Outdoor
Range (miles)
0
Returnable
Non-Returnable
Signal Type
UHF,VHF

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
90 Days

Questions & Answers

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Where does the juice pre-amp 110 electric plug get attached? Up at the antenna end on the roof (am I supposed to put an extenion cord up there out in the elements?) or the TV end indoors? I saw no instructions for installation here on your web site.

Asked by Sherrie April 15, 2018
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You will run your down lead coaxial cable from the JUICE into your home, close to the TV, use the power inserter, and then plug the adapter into a wall outlet by the TV. Here is a link to the JUICE product page https://www.antennasdirect.com/store/JUICE.html?page=1. Click on documents and there is an illustration showing you how to install the preamplifier. Thank you for your question.

What if it doesn't pass any signal at all? First of all, I get signal from the antenna without the Juice booster, but when I hooked it up, now I got no signal at all. Why?

Asked by Catman March 30, 2018
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Typically, when this happens, it is because power is not getting from the power inserter to the preamp. Please ensure that the coax cable connecting the preamp to the power inserter is contiguous with no junctions, splitters, or "boxes" of any kind in between them. If you have done so, and still receive no signal, please contact our Technical Support team at your earliest convenience. They can provide more specific trouble shooting options and can be reached either on the phone @ 877-825-5572 or via form submission here https://www.antennasdirect.com/customer-service.html. Thanks for your time!

If I place the power inserter 10’ away from the antenna instead of using the 3’ cable, will it still work?

Asked by Pied Piper440 August 22, 2019
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The further from the antenna the less signal it has to work with. But use the best cable you can get your hands on (no matter how close or far from the antenna)

Will I half to supply power the amplifier? I see that it comes with a power cord I was told by a support agent that I didn't half to supply power to the unit.

Asked by April 20, 2020
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I would whole supply it, half might not be enough.

Which port is the in and out? It is not labeled on my unit. I looked all over it. Thanks!

Asked by Imalookin August 7, 2019
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When looking at the Clearstream Juice preamplifier from the front, the port on your left is the IN and the port on your right is the OUT. Please contact our Technical Support team for more support. You can reach them either on the phone @ 877-825-5572 or on our website @ https://www.antennasdirect.com/customer-service.html. Thanks for your time!

Will this take dual antenna lines

Asked by Sk49 October 5, 2018
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We actually have three antennas! We couldn't ask for a better antenna or better service.

Why DC power why not AC must of us don’t have dc power outlets around the house?

Asked by Oldump62 April 25, 2018
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There is a DC transformer that gets plugged in line into the coax cable that goes up to the antennae 

What is the power draw of this amplifier from a 110VAC outlet? Does it consume power all of the time it is plugged in or just when the TV is on?

Asked by kman18 February 10, 2018
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It’s plugged in all the time and draws power all the time it is plugged in and has green light to let you know it’s working. The power draw is minimal.

How long is the power cord for the Clear Stream Juice preamp.?Is it suitable for outside use?How is it connected?Im referring to the power supply part of the installation.

Asked by twoiredred April 5, 2018
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The power supply connects to the power inserter which is inside the home. The power supply is built into the power inserter and that cable is about 5 ft long. It is not rated for outdoor use, but the preamp itself is. Feel free to contact our Technical Support team for more support. You can reach them either on the phone @ 877-825-5572 or fill out a form submission here https://www.antennasdirect.com/customer-service.html. Thanks for your time!

If i have 2 Tv's on 1 antenna does each tv need one of these to work? Or can 1 work for both TV'S?

Asked by PDH01 July 20, 2020
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You just need one amplifier. Place it as close to antenna as possible and definitely before you split the cable to go to each TV set.

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West, TX, United States
Juice works Great but 2nd One had to purchase
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The original antenna design and review with your company was great and outstanding. The Rep (Benjamin) and I looked up our location on Google Earth, studied the elevation and determined correct antenna, correct antenna height, correct antenna direction all with a money back guarantee. We were able to get 14 channels in to watch news, weather sports, etc..- whole hunting group very excited. The group probably hunted for 20 days or so for the year and this fall (less than 1 year) we have no signal. I do the troubleshooting myself and believe that the Juice has failed already. Hard to believe since this is a passive device (no power applied to it) and another problem is we have to purchase whole Juice Pre-Amplifier system and not just the Juice. We cannot afford to do this every year based on cost and having to take down antenna and put this back on. We did not have an RMA number but mailed the Juice back to your company yesterday so that your lab and engineers can study it to see what happened. The product has a defect or the manufacturing has a problem. This passive device should last 10-20 years normally. We sent it back in hopes you determine the problem and eliminate this from happening to others. Thanks
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Charlotte, NC, United States
Worked for six years
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This is a CPA-19 that I bought in the year 2012 to work with my DB8 antenna bundle. It had worked continuously for six years. When it failed, it caused total antenna signal loss and its power supply felt noticeably hot. I removed it and hooked my DB8 antenna directly. I re-scanned the channels and compared it to the signal strength I was receiving when the AMP was working. I discovered there was little difference in signal strength on all channels. My conclusion is: An AMP might be appropriate in certain situations. However, It adds a potential failure point in your configuration and I would recommend trying an AMP as a last resort. Antenna size, height, quality cables, and minimizing the number of televisions connected simultaneously are areas I would concentrate on before buying an AMP to improve signal strength. Benchmark your before after results, before committing to use an AMP.
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North West Minnesota
Wish I'd have done this years ago!! GREAT VALUE!!
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Before you buy, call their customer support and have them recommend the correct unit for your location and situation. I'm in the middle of nowhere in NW Minnesota, and I still get 30 channels, including ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, PBS. Most of my signals are coming from between 80 and 120 miles away, and are very consistent and clear. Only rarely does weather of any kind effect the signal, and then it never effects all the channels. I credit this to the Juice amplifier. My antenna is mounted on the peak of my attached garage, and is only about 22 feet in the air at the top. Installation was very easy, and you don't need to be "tech savvy" to do it.
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Smithfield va
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Good Amplifier
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After installing this amplifier I was able to receive 2 more channels which are 80 miles away!
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It amplified my vhf channels but took away my uhf...
It amplified my vhf channels but took away my uhf channels
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Wisconsin Rapids,WI
Juice burnt out after 1 day
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Lowered my tower (time consuming task) replaced antenna w/ Antenna Direct 8 element bowtie, and Juice Amp. Everything worked great. Had rain move through overnight (no lightning) next morning no t.v. Took tower down again, amp gets really hot when plugged in. Now looking for something different.
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Works fine Need bigger. Antenna...
Works fine Need bigger. Antenna
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