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Old 16-Jan-2012, 8:16 PM   #1
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Has Channel Master dropped the Jointenna

I went looking for links to the Channel Master CM-0580 CH-10 Jointenna yesterday. It appears that all Jointenna product has been removed from the Channel Master websites. Also, Amazon is indicating the products are no longer available.

This leaves few options for combining semi-adjacent VHF channels.

Tinlee.com seems to be one of the few remaining options available.
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Old 17-Jan-2012, 4:56 PM   #2
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Channel Master discontinued production of the Jointennas a couple of years ago.

As recently as last month, they were blowing out their remaining inventory of VHF units. Looks like they're gone, now.

Warren Electronics is the only online retailer I've run into who indicates some Jointennas are available. Pickings are getting slim, though.
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Old 25-Jan-2012, 4:32 AM   #3
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That leaves us with only the AC7 and CMN7 series tuned combiners as an option. (And what little stock may be available at Warren.)

http://www.tinlee.com/MATV_headend.p...IGNALINJECTORS
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Old 25-Jan-2012, 10:13 PM   #4
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Ahh, the good old Jointenna! This thread reminds me, I have a Ch 15 Jointenna that I'm not using any longer. I'm sure someone can make use of it. Was hoping there might be a For Sale forum here. I guess I can always try ebay or CL.
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Old 11-Feb-2012, 11:19 PM   #5
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elmo, do you still have that channel 15 jointenna?
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Old 12-Feb-2012, 3:15 PM   #6
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elmo, do you still have that channel 15 jointenna?
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