Model # CM-7778

Internet #203763053

Channel Master Titan 2-Antenna Booster
0020572077781

Channel Master

Titan 2-Antenna Booster

  • Amplifies digital and HD signals received by your antenna
  • Combined VHF/UHF inputs
  • Includes a switchable FM trap
$ 59 41 /each
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Product Overview

  • Amplifies digital and HD signals received by your antenna
  • Combined VHF/UHF inputs
  • Includes a switchable FM trap
The Channel Master television antenna booster (preamplifier) will-Amplify digital and HD signals received by your antenna. This antenna Amplifier is a high gain, low noise preamplifier used for medium to weak signal areas to allow a weak signal that is present at the antenna to be-Amplified to a viewable strength. The CM 7778 preamp offers less gain than the CM 7777 but still has plenty of gain to get the signal from the antenna to the TV set. This preamp is a perfect choice if you are in a medium strength signal area but are still having trouble receiving good signals. Preamplifiers are also used if you anticipate distributing your signal with a digital splitter to multiple outlets throughout your house as splitters reduce the signal strength available at each output.
  • Combined VHF/UHF inputs
  • Gain: 16 dB, 54 to 860 MHz
  • Includes a switchable FM trap
  • Outdoor rated housing
  • Mast mounted amplification unit with indoor power supply which connect via coaxial cable
  • Preamplifier and its power supply can withstand up to 140˚F temperatures
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Product Overview

  • Amplifies digital and HD signals received by your antenna
  • Combined VHF/UHF inputs
  • Includes a switchable FM trap
Model #: CM-7778
Internet #: 203763053

The Channel Master television antenna booster (preamplifier) will-Amplify digital and HD signals received by your antenna. This antenna Amplifier is a high gain, low noise preamplifier used for medium to weak signal areas to allow a weak signal that is present at the antenna to be-Amplified to a viewable strength. The CM 7778 preamp offers less gain than the CM 7777 but still has plenty of gain to get the signal from the antenna to the TV set. This preamp is a perfect choice if you are in a medium strength signal area but are still having trouble receiving good signals. Preamplifiers are also used if you anticipate distributing your signal with a digital splitter to multiple outlets throughout your house as splitters reduce the signal strength available at each output.

  • Combined VHF/UHF inputs
  • Gain: 16 dB, 54 to 860 MHz
  • Includes a switchable FM trap
  • Outdoor rated housing
  • Mast mounted amplification unit with indoor power supply which connect via coaxial cable
  • Preamplifier and its power supply can withstand up to 140˚F temperatures
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
3.25
Product Height (in.)
7.75
Product Width (in.)
5.25

Details

Antenna Gain (dB)
16
Electronics Included Components
No additional items included
Features
High definition compatible,Reception amplified
Indoor/Outdoor
Outdoor
Range (miles)
0
Returnable
30-Day
Signal Type
FM,UHF,VHF

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
90 day

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
3.25
Product Height (in.)
7.75
Product Width (in.)
5.25

Details

Antenna Gain (dB)
16
Electronics Included Components
No additional items included
Features
High definition compatible,Reception amplified
Indoor/Outdoor
Outdoor
Range (miles)
0
Returnable
30-Day
Signal Type
FM,UHF,VHF

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
90 day

Questions & Answers

how do you plug this to electric outlet?

how do you plug this to electric outlet?
Asked by: mollie
This item does not need to be plugged in to an electrical outlet.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2018-01-27

will this work on any antenna

i have an hd omni directional antenna with a power supply that came with it and it hooks to a 4 way spliter then to the tv's will your product work and where do i put it at in line i now get 23 channels but 4 have pixelating going on
Asked by: sappo
Install it coming rite off your antenna. Follow directions for running coax from amp to power supply and to your splitters inside. Use some type of grease on your fitting out to help prevent rusting.
Answered by: Estoptop17
Date published: 2018-05-14

I have antenna installed in attic where I have power. can power supply be located at this locat...

I have antenna installed in attic where I have power. can power supply be located at this location? It will run to a splitter that is presently used for Direct TV that is outside, so I do not want the power supply out there. Antenna presently works okay for one TV but running it through splitter to several stations are pixelating or not coming in at all.
Asked by: Mike
Yes. I put my Channel Master booster in my attic powered from an attic outlet, with a 4 ft. coax from the antenna. Then a 100 ft. coax from the booster to my splitter in the house. I get about triple the channels with the booster vs. without. Make sure you use good coax cables. I had connection issues until I realized I had a bad connection from an old coax cable.
Answered by: MLipenk
Date published: 2018-09-15

Is it made in China?

Is it made in China?
Asked by: JonS
It would last more that 120 days if it was
Answered by: Unhappy1
Date published: 2018-08-04
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Customer Reviews

Titan 2-Antenna Booster is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 39.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The location of your home will greatly affect your ability to pull channels. I tried this Titan ... The location of your home will greatly affect your ability to pull channels. I tried this Titan 2 in two different houses in which I lived. The first home was located in a valley between two wooded bluffs, with a clear line of site in only one direction, and many mature trees in the neighborhood. At this first house, HDTV Reception was poor to begin with, and the Titan 2 seemed to make little difference. The booster seemed like a disappointment. Then I moved across town. My current house is located up on a hill with a high roofline and big open attic. With my antenna in the attic I pulled in about 8 channels without the booster. When I hook up the booster, I get about 48 channels, including all my local channels (NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX, PBS), strong and clear. In my current house, the booster makes a huge difference. So I can attest that the booster does indeed boost my antenna's signal. The biggest difference is my line of site to the HDTV signals to begin with.
Date published: 2018-09-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 48 miles from tower site, great reception! I like this setup as it passes the DC power to the amplifier through your coax up to the box on your roof instead of needing an AC outlet on your roof or in your attic. Best price was on Home Depot, the signal prior to changing the setup without the Titan 2 was nominal for a few stations, and a few others didn't come in at all. Replaced antenna with ClearStream, which I'd also highly recommend for it's smaller footprint and strong reception and added the Titan 2, all channels were bombing at 48 miles, rained hard the next day, no problem. Highly recommend cutting your cable. In this case, the people I worked on this for were paying $48 per month for basic local channels with DISH, the whole setup pays for itself in 3-4 months! P.S. the Titan 2 comes with a nice cable, but you'll need 2 more short jumper coax cables (3 feet is all you'd need), if you have them lying around great, if not they're a very cheap purchase anywhere.
Date published: 2016-08-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from What a piece of junk. Lasted 120 days and stopped working. Mounted and used exactly as is says ... What a piece of junk. Lasted 120 days and stopped working. Mounted and used exactly as is says on the instructions. Did not abuse, in fact it was mounted in my attic. CM only warranties for 90 days - shows how little confidence they have in their products - and now I know why.
Date published: 2018-08-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product worked just as advertised. It improved reception on... This product worked just as advertised. It improved reception on the main tv, as I had hoped, but best of all, two sets in other rooms now receive all 25 channels, as on the main set, instead of the four or five that they received before installing this amplifier.
Date published: 2018-08-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from number of stations picked is good. reception is pragmatic currently... number of stations picked is good. reception is pragmatic currently with interference, still trying to resolve the issue
Date published: 2018-09-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from In Emory Texas, transmitter 67 miles away This weekend (10-2015) I installed an antenna here in Steamboat Shores Emory Texas 75440. I didn’t want a “Dish” monthly bill but 20 years ago we could only get 1 maybe 2 channels with an antenna. Since the digital conversion of TV signals I wanted to see if over the air antenna TV would work better. I bought a channel Master CM4228HD antenna, $98 and a Channel Master Titan 2 Preamplifier, $65, (2) 10 foot 1”steel pipes, coax wire. I pointed the antenna South Southeast 150 degrees toward KETK station 64 miles away transmitting 626 Kilowatts. I let the TV’s search for channels and they found 10 channels. 7.1 – 7.2 – 51.2 – 54.3 – 56.1 + 1 church & 3 Mexican & 1 not transmitting. So Sunday I got to watch TV Shows, Nascar, and Football on NBC & ABC channels. Total 1 time investment $240… I am happy with that.
Date published: 2015-10-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Improved Signal Strength I needed an extra boost to the TV antenna because we are on the other side of a hill from the TV transmitting towers. This amplifier worked very well in increasing the signal strength. It was very easy to install. Fortunately, I had power easily accessible so getting the power adapter plugged in was not an issue.
Date published: 2013-03-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Reception for weaker signals Without this amplifier (CM7778), I could not receive several of the more distant UHF and VHF stations that were beyond 40 miles. I routed the output of the antenna directly to the preamp which was attached directly below the antenna, and all signals received very strong, without any picture pixilation.
Date published: 2014-03-31
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