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Old 16-Aug-2014, 5:56 AM   #4
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Have you tried removing the CM-7777 and it's power supply? The CM-7777 is for applications were no strong signals are present. If you need a preamplifier to drive a long run of coax or to overcome the losses incurred while splitting the signal, preamplifiers such as the RCA TVPRAMP1R or distribution amplifiers like the CM-3410 are better suited to the stronger signal levels shown in your report.

It sounds like this is a continuation of your earlier thread, http://forum.tvfool.com/showthread.php?t=14300
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