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Nikkai HQ Aerial Amplifier with Digital Bypass 4 Way (Used)

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• A modern range of digital-ready aerial amplifiers suitable for boosting Freeview and FM signals• Split and distribute the signal from an aerial, satellite box or Freeview box• Built-in digital bypass for use with Sky remote extenders (such as our PT73Q Sky Eye Link)• Attractive piano-black finish to complement modern AV equipment• Side mounted terminals provide easy cable management• Up to 10dB gain to each output, 12dB on the 2 way• 2, 4, and 8 output versions available• Short circuit protection on each output• Surge and spike protection• Less than 5W power consumption• 8-way version will also accept and distributed FM radio signal

A range of plug-in signal amplifiers for use with TV, FM and Digital (DAB) Radios, when fed from a suitable aerial. The amplifiers can also be used to link a satellite receiver to a TV and/or a video recorder. These units are housed in an attractively styled box fitted with a mains lead for plugging directly into a 13A socket. Unlike most on the market these amplifiers have a digital bypass built-in. If you are using a Sky remote control extender such as our PT73Q, regular amplifiers prevent them from working.Make sure that everyone in your household can watch TV from the comfort of their own space. This complete kit will transmit digital TV to another room in your house easily and without any fuss and any mess. You also get the benefit of a higher frequency of 5.8GHz to stop interference from other items such as cordless phones and wireless networks.