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I currently having problems on my vip 722 on a certain off air channel my strength is going from 80 and then drops to 60 in between. The transmitter is about 50 miles away. Do you thing a channel master outdoor amp will help the situation. I bought a Model 3041 Spartan, but I can always return it since I bought at Fry's. Any input I will appreciated.
 

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I have the CM 7777 and it works great. I use it to pull in a VFH HI channels that is a little weak from about 70 miles away. It did the the trick for me.
 

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Another cool thing about the CM 7777 is that you can turn off the UHF side if it is overloading the signal or the VHF side.
 

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If it were me I would install what I had already purchased and see if it worked if not, take it back.
 

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Did you have any luck with it gordo?
 

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It works great. I am going to keep it. In my area I couldn't get CBS since it's only broadcast in VHF 7 on now with the pre-amp it works great. Now I can watch the football games in HD and also I got a chance to watch elite XC in HD over the weekend on CBS.
 

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Cool, glad it worked out for you.
 
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