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Tristar 4 way Distribution amplifier

Tristar 4 way Distribution amplifier

£27.50
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Product information

This non-adjustable coax socket distribution amplifier from TriStar used to improve picture and sound quality by amplifying weak UHF TV signals or FM/dab radio signals, helping you to get the best quality available. It's been specially designed for interior use.

    Features and benefits

    • Integrated 4G filter to remove interference
    • Built in bypass for use with sky satellite receivers
    • Amplify the signal to 4 secondary outlets
    • Full automatic adjustment
    • Switched power supply
    • Frequency - VHF: 47-230 MHz
    • WEEE compliant

    Specifications

    BrandTristar
    Connection typeCoax socket
    Gain12dB
    Model name/number28132TR
    Number of inputs2
    Number of outputs4
    Pack quantity1
    Product code5057741032420

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    5 / 5(1 reviews)

    Very good - Easy to install

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    Cook124 - 6 months ago

    We bought this to replace an old "One For All" 4 way booster/splitter that stooped working after 5 years. It was easy to install and set up with good instructions in the box.
    Please be aware that all the sockets on this item need a "male" cable input, so check your current aerial cables as you might need some adaptors.
    After fitting the box we also had to re-set the TV to factory settings to get the correct region BBC channels, but overall very good buy and not small and flimsy like some other current splitters/boosters on the market.