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TV Antenna Amplifiers


Extend the range and signal quality of your non-amplified digital HDTV antenna with a Winegard TV antenna amplifier. Winegard's ultra low-noise amplifiers offer maximum signal quality. Watch more free shows than ever before!





Winegard Boost TV Amplifier

Clear Circuit Technology


Boost Clear Circuit Technology features the lowest noise figure (1 dB typical) to deliver more range and reduce signal dropout and pixelation. The Boost enhances any non-amplified antenna!
Winegard Boost XT Twin Amp Technology

TwinAmp Technology


TwinAmp Technology separately amplifies VHF and UHF signals. This separation of bands increases signal handling capability for up to 10 times more and reduces intermodulation, thereby maintaining the purest signal path possible.
 
LNA-100 Boost Indoor Digital TV Antenna Amplifier

This indoor amplifier increases range and delivers a crystal clear TV signal to HDTVs so viewers can get more broadcast TV channels in high definition than with an antenna alone. Using the latest advances in amplifier technology, Boost enhances any indoor non-amplified antenna, delivering more range and available channels.

 

 

 

LNA-100

Size, Compatibility & Features

  • Dimensions: 8.5″ x 0.8″ x 1.5″
  • Boost any Non-Amplified TV Antenna
  • Minimize Pixelation and Dropouts
  • Receive More Channels
  • Gain (typical): 20 dB
  • Noise Figure (typical): 1dB
  • Power: +5V

 
In the Box

  • LNA-100 Boost Indoor Digital TV Antenna Amplifier
  • USB Power Cable
  • 110V Adapter
  • Printed Documentation

 

 

Warranty & Support

  • One Year Limited Warranty
  • Complimentary Telephone and Email Support
  • Online Technical Manuals and Instructions

 

 

 









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LNA-200 Boost XT Outdoor Digital TV Antenna Amplifier

Boost XT outdoor preamplifier with TwinAmp Technology separately amplifies VHF and UHF signals for maximum performance on any non-amplified outdoor antenna. Signal selectivity is greatly enhanced and noise & interference is reduced to the lowest levels of any product in this category.

 

 

 

LNA-200

Size, Compatibility & Features

  • Dimensions: 6″ x 4″ x 4.8″
  • TwinAmp Technology™ separately amplifies VHF and UHF signals
  • 10x more power handling
  • Bandpass filters remove interfering RF signals
  • Installs on any outdoor non-amplified TV antenna
  • Maximum Gain (typical): 18 dB
  • Noise Figure (typical): 1dB
  • Power: +5V at 130mA

 
In the Box

  • LNA-200 Boost XT Preamplifier
  • 110V Adapter, Power Inserter, Hose Clamps
  • Printed Documentation

 

 

Warranty & Support

  • One Year Limited Warranty
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  • Online Technical Manuals and Instructions

 

 

 









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HDA Series Distribution Amplifiers

HDA Series Distribution Amplifiers are designed to meet the market demand for a heavy duty, quality built, cost effective solution for the amplification and distribution of analog/digital broadcast signals from Off-Air and cable TV stations.

 

 

 

HDA Series Amplifiers

 

 

Size & Weight

  • Housing Dimensions: 4.90″W x 3.92″H x 1.5″D
  • Weight: 0.6 lbs

 

HDA-100 Specifications

  • 15 dB Gain
  • 54-1000 MHz
  • -2 dB 2-Way Bi-Pass

 

HDA-200 Specifications

  • 24 dB Gain
  • 54-1000 MHz
  • Variable gain Control 0-18 dB
  • Switchable FM trap
  • +12 dB gain on 2-Way Bi-Pass

 

Warranty & Support

  • 90 Day Limited Warranty
  • Complimentary Telephone and Email Support
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LNA-100 Boost Amplifier FAQs
Boost Indoor Antenna Amplifier FAQs

LNA-100 Boost Indoor Digital TV Antenna Amplifier

Q: Why do I need a Boost amplifier?

A: The Boost amplifier helps pick up channels that your non-amplified antenna alone may not be able to pick up. Additionally, the amplifier minimizes pixelization and drop-outs.

Q: Does the Boost amplifier work with any antenna?

A: The Boost amplifier works with any passive/non-amplified antenna.

Q: Does the Boost amplifier work with VHF & UHF signals?

A: Yes. Typical gain for VHF is 15 dB and for UHF is 20 dB.

Q: Does the Boost amplifier have an FM trap?

A: Yes. The Boost amplifier has a built-in FM trap that attenuates FM signal so that it does not interfere with digital TV channels.

Q: What parts are included with the Boost amplifier?

A: Included with the Boost amplifier are a 3’ USB cable and 110 V wall adapter.

Q: What is the noise figure of the Boost amplifier?

A: The Boost amplifier has a typical noise figure of 1 dB.

Q: How do I set up the Boost amplifier?

A: 1.) Connect the coax running from the antenna to the “ANT/AMP” port of the amplifier. 2.) Connect the cable running from the “TV/TUNER” port of the amplifier to the “Antenna In” port on the back of the TV. 3.) Plug the mini USB into the “USB PWR” port of the amplifier. 4.) Power the amplifier by plugging the regular USB into a USB port on the TV or 110 V adapter. If plugging into a 110 V adapter, then plug the 110 V adapter into a 110 V outlet. 5.) Run a channel scan.

Q: When do I need to run a channel scan?

A: To receive maximum programming, you have to run a channel scan after setting up the Boost amplifier with your antenna. To keep your channel line-up up-to-date, it is a good idea to run a channel scan monthly and anytime a channel is lost.

Q: What should I do if the light on the amplifier does not turn on when plugging in to a USB port on the TV?

A: Try plugging in to the USB port on the 110 V adapter instead; the USB port on the TV may not be providing power to the Boost amplifier.

Q: Can I use the Boost amplifier as a distribution amplifier?

A: Yes. The Boost amplifier can be used to distribute signal to multiple TVs.

Q: How do I use the Boost amplifier to distribute signal to multiple TVs?

A: Connect the coax running from the antenna to the “ANT/AMP” port of the amplifier, and connect the cable running from the “TV/TUNER” port of the amplifier to a splitter. Then, use the provided USB cable to connect the amplifier to power.

Q: Is there anywhere that the amplifier shouldn’t be used?

A: The amplifier is designed for indoor use only. To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the amplifier to moisture.

Q: How do I run a channel scan?

A: Using the television remote, select “Menu” and then “Settings.” Then, select “Channel Setup.” Select “Antenna” or “Air,” depending on your TV. Make sure you are not on “Cable.” Select “Channel Search” or “Channel Scan.” Keep in mind that steps to perform a channel scan may vary. If the wording in your TV differs from the options shown, refer to your TV user manual for help. Tip: Running a channel scan is NOT the same as pressing Channel UP/DOWN on your remote.
LNA-200 Boost XT Preamplifier FAQs
Boost Outdoor Antenna Preamplifier FAQs

LNA-200 Boost XT Outdoor Digital TV Antenna Preamplifier

Q: Why do I need the Boost XT preamplifier?

A. The Boost XT preamplifier helps pick up channels that your non-amplified antenna alone may not be able to pick up. Additionally, the preamplifier minimizes pixelization and drop-outs.

Q. Does the Boost XT preamplifier work with any antenna?

A. The Boost XT preamplifier works with any passive/non-amplified antenna.

Q. Does the Boost XT preamplifier work with VHF & UHF signals?

A. Yes. Typical gain for VHF is 20 dB (lo) and 15 dB (hi) and for UHF is 18 dB.

Q. Does the Boost XT preamplifier have an FM trap?

A. Yes. The Boost XT preamplifier has a built-in FM trap that attenuates FM signal so that it does not interfere with digital TV channels.

Q. What parts are included with the Boost XT preamplifier?

A. Included are a preamplifier, power inserter, 3’ USB cable, 110 V wall adapter, two zip ties, and two weather boots.

Q. What is the noise figure of the Boost XT preamplifier?

A. The Boost XT preamplifier has a typical noise figure of 1 dB for UHF and 3 dB for VHF.

Q. How do I set up the Boost XT preamplifier?

A. 1. Using zip ties, mount the preamplifier to the mast with “winegard.com” facing up. 2. If using weatherproof connectors, it is not necessary to use the provided weather boots. If not using weatherproof connectors, slide a boot on the coax cable running from the antenna and on the coax cable that will run to the power inserter. To slide the boots onto coax cable, the connectors must not yet be installed on the cable, or an ‘X’ must be cut in the bottom of the boots. 3. On the preamplifier, connect the cable running from the antenna to the “ANT” port and the cable that will run to the power inserter to the “TV” port. Leave sufficient slack in the cable running from the antenna to form a drain loop. If using weather boots, then push the boots over the boot collars of the preamplifier. 4. Route the coax cable running from the “TV” port of the preamplifier inside to the power inserter, and connect to the “ANT/AMP” port of the power inserter. Do not connect a cable from the “ANT/AMP” port of the power inserter to the TV. Incorrectly connecting the power inserter will overload & damage the power inserter. 5. Connect a coax cable from the “TV/TUNER” port of the power inserter to the “Antenna In” port on the TV. If splitting the signal, it is recommended that the power inserter be installed between the preamplifier and splitter (not provided). 6. Plug the mini USB into the “USB PWR” port of the power inserter. 7. Power the Boost XT preamplifier by plugging the regular USB into a USB port on the TV or 110 V adapter. If the light on the power inserter does not turn on when plugging in to a USB port on the TV, try plugging in to the USB port of the 110 V adapter, and plug the 110 V adapter into a 110 V outlet.

Q. When do I need to run a channel scan?

A. To receive maximum programming, you have to run a channel scan after setting up the Boost XT preamplifier with your antenna. To keep your channel line-up up-to-date, it is a good idea to run a channel scan monthly and anytime a channel is lost.

Q. What should I do if the light on the power inserter does not turn on when plugging in to a USB port on the TV?

A. Try plugging in to the USB port on the 110 V adapter instead; the USB port on the TV may not be outputting power.

Q. Can I use a splitter with the Boost XT preamplifier?

A. Yes. The Boost XT preamplifier can be used to distribute signal to multiple TVs. If splitting the signal, it is recommended that the power inserter be installed between the preamplifier and splitter (not provided).

Q. How do I use the Boost XT preamplifier to distribute signal to multiple TVs?

A. After connecting the coax cable running from the “TV” port of the preamplifier to the “ANT/AMP” port of the power inserter, connect a cable from the “TV/TUNER” port of the preamplifier to the “In” port of a splitter (not provided). Connect coax cable(s) from the “Out” port(s) of the splitter to the “Antenna In” port on the TV(s).

Q. Is there anywhere that the Boost XT preamplifier shouldn’t be used?

A. For best performance, the preamplifier is designed to be mounted on the antenna mast. The power inserter is designed for indoor use only; to prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the power inserter to moisture.

Q: How do I run a channel scan?

A: Using the television remote, select “Menu” and then “Settings.” Then, select “Channel Setup.” Select “Antenna” or “Air,” depending on your TV. Make sure you are not on “Cable.” Select “Channel Search” or “Channel Scan.” Keep in mind that steps to perform a channel scan may vary. If the wording in your TV differs from the options shown, refer to your TV user manual for help. Tip: Running a channel scan is NOT the same as pressing Channel UP/DOWN on your remote.
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