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LNA-2000-B Pre-Amplifier
LNA-2000-B Pre-Amplifier

MSRP: $99.95
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Product Code: 24-531042

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The LNA-2000-B pre-amp is a great solution for those who are seeking big boosts in signal gain from their wide-band discone or single-band yagi (beam) antenna. Note that in urban settings or in areas near transmission towers boosting the signal by 20db of gain will overpower the front end of most scanners. But in quieter areas the LNA-2000-B can provide excellent gain to pull in those hard to hear distant stations. (You can never guarantee how far you'll be able to hear -- that's dependent on dozens of factors that vary at each location.)
This is a new model of the wide band preamp. Powered via a feedthrough capacitor, i.e. via separate cable. (Not via coax cable). A separate power line (2 leads for power and ground) must be run to the pre-amp and is to supply 12 volts DC. This is an improved model against vulnerability to possible damage problems due to supply peaks when supply voltage is turned on/off or from static electricity in the air.
Our N-Male to F-male (1-meter long) RG58 Cable is recommended for connecting the LNA-2000-B pre-amp to either a discone or beam antenna (or any antenna with a female N connector on it) for those who mount the pre-amp at the antenna mast (the preferred mounting method). For those who cannot mount the pre-amplifier at the mast and instead mount it behind the scanner (not the recommended method as you will amplifier spurious noise received over the coax line) you can use this cable with a separate N-female to male BNC adapter).

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1 of 5 Made it worse. October 19, 2020
Reviewer: Patrick from Commerce City, CO United States  
Maybe I have a dud but I put this guy in on the line in from my discone antenna. Made sure it had a steady 12v dc soldered on and the antenna was on the input, output to the scanner. The moment I plugged this guy in everything went out, completely. Nothing had any signal except a weak signal from nearby places. I immediately took it out of the line and replaced it with a barrel connector and suddenly everything came back, though weak as usual. Tried reversing it, etc... there isn't a whole lot you can do to troubleshoot these. Extremely disappointing since I paid $80 for this thing and it doesn't do it's job. What happened to quality Amplifiers.

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