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Choosing the Right Amplifier

 

 

SETUP #1: I have a Cable Modem in my house that works just fine, however, I could use a product that will clear up my Cable Television reception and/or boost the signal.

If your cable modem is operating properly, you don't want to mess with it. The best way to deal with this type of situation is to install a two-way splitter at the cable source. One leg of the splitter should run directly to your cable modem. The other leg of the splitter should be connected to the amplifier of your choice. Which amplifier? Choose the amplifier that most closely matches the number of cables you need to connect. If you have 3-4 cables, choose a 4-port. If you have 5 or more cables, go with an 8-port. 

 

 

 

 

 

SETUP #2: I have a Cable Modem in my house, however, it is slow, often unreliable and/or frequently loses sync.

If your cable modem is not operating properly, you might need amplification to fix your problems. However this is not always the case. before installing an amplifier, you should make sure that your cable modem has a clear path for communication. If at all possible, you should not have any splitters on the same line as your cable mode. splitters decrease the signal and make it more difficult for the cable modem to communicate. The best way to deal with this type of situation is to install a two-way splitter at the cable source. One leg of the splitter should run directly to your cable modem in order to provide the best path for communication. The other leg of the splitter should be used to feed the TVs and cable boxes in your home.
If connecting your cable modem as directed here fixes your cable modem problem, then GREAT! All you need to do is follow the directions in the section above (I have a cable modem, and it works just fine) to determine the best amplifier for your situation.

If the above suggestions do not resolve your cable modem problems, then an amplifier will likely help. the best strategy for this scenario is to do one of two things:

OPTION 1. Connect a 1-port amplifier into your cable line at the cable source. This is the simplest way to boost the signal for your entire home. Install the amplifier before any splitters or cable equipment.

OPTION 2. Connect a 2-port amplifier in place of the splitter provided by the cable company. Connect one output of the amplifier to the cable modem, and the other output to all of the TVs/VCRs/Cable Boxes in your home.

 

 

 

 

 

SETUP #3: I do not have a Cable Modem, however, I wish to clear up my Cable Television reception and/or boost the signal.

Which amplifier? Choose the amplifier that most closely matches the number of cables you need to connect. If you have 3-4 cables, choose a 4-port. If you have 5 or more cables, go with an 8-port.

There are situations where you might make a different selection. The simplest way to boost your entire home signal is to connect a 1-port amplifier into your cable line at the cable source. Install the amplifier before any splitters or cable equipment. As long as there is no cable modem involved, the choice is mostly up to you.

IMPORTANT: Keep your signal split as evenly as possible.

     

 

 

 

 

 

SETUP #4: I do not have a Cable Modem, however, I wish to clear up my Cable Television reception and/or boost the signal, and I have the need to run a cable that is over 150 feet long.

Which amplifier? Long cable runs require an amplifier that can compensate for problems that long cables cause. Long cable runs cause the higher frequency signals to degrade more than the lower frequencies. The result is that some channels will look fine, while other channels may be weak or snowy. An equalizing amplifier compensates for long cable runs by varying the amplification across the frequency spectrum. The result is a clear picture on all channels. Choose the EDA-EQ3100 if you need to run a very long cable.

 

 

 

 

 

SETUP #5: I do not have Cable, only an outdoor antenna

Which amplifier? Choose the amplifier that most closely matches the number of cables you need to connect. If you have 3-4 cables, choose a 4-port. If you have 5 or more cables, go with an 8-port.

 

 

 
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