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Hi guys, pls guide me for satellite amplifier, anyone using this product at time and where to buy satellite amplifier.
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Those small cable-inserters cost a lot and give nothing to better performance of sat-system. The best satellite amplifier is bigger dish.
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a biger disk its only solution. sat amplifiers its only to spent Money....
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All the satellite amplifiers I have tried only increase the background noise from the Universe & do nothing to improve the transponder signals,

They do block out some transponders so satellite amplifiers are not a good thing to add to your set up,

If you want more signals then the Inverto Black Ultra 0.2 Lnb + mentioned above a bigger dish.
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An inline satellite amplifier is an amplifier that the cable is directly plugged into and provides a direct amplifier signal from the satellite. They are great for improving the quality of a marginal satellite signal and gaining a more stable connection.
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They are great for improving the quality of a marginal satellite signal and gaining a more stable connection.
Did you try it or you just think they are great? In my opinion those amplifiers are crap, as I've tried one and it gave completely nothing to improve reception.
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I have used them several years ago and got mixed results.

If you do use them, you do need to fit them as close to the LNB as possible to minimise amplifying any noise.
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used it in past
playing with Nile sat made no diff at all
like people say get a bigger dish only cure
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