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.
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!
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)
I would whole supply it, half might not be enough.
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!
We actually have three antennas! We couldn't ask for a better antenna or better service.
There is a DC transformer that gets plugged in line into the coax cable that goes up to the antennae
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.
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!
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.