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Antennas Direct ClearStream JUICE Preamp

14 Reviews
  • Low-noise provides signal amplification without adding artifacts
  • Internal LTE filter removes noise from cellular signals
  • Overload protection prevents strong signals from compromising the TV tuner’s ability to deliver the best picture and sound available

$63.81

The ClearStream Juice Preamplifier from Antennas Direct helps increase available signal strength in urban, suburban and rural areas. It provides a gain of 170.5dB VHF and 19dB UHF. Its housing is weatherproof and has a built-in grounding lug. This preamp comes with a 90-day warranty.
  • Low-noise provides signal amplification without adding artifacts
  • Internal LTE filter removes noise from cellular signals
  • Overload protection prevents strong signals from compromising the TV tuner’s ability to deliver the best picture and sound available
  • Ideal for antennas located in urban, suburban and rural locations
  • Includes cast weatherproof housing with built-in grounding lug, two 36-in coaxial cables, power inserter, power supply and 2 zip ties
  • Dim: 10.9-in H x 30.25-in W x 10.4-in D
  • 90-day limited warranty
Weight 0.95 lbs
Dimensions 8.3 × 5.1 × 2.2 in

Latest reviews

  1. WilliamW

    This is a CPA-19 that I bought in the year 2012 to work with my DB8 antenna bundle. It had worked continuously for six years. When it failed, it caused total antenna signal loss and its power supply felt noticeably hot. I removed it and hooked my DB8 antenna directly. I re-scanned the channels and compared it to the signal strength I was receiving when the AMP was working. I discovered there was little difference in signal strength on all channels. My conclusion is: An AMP might be appropriate in certain situations. However, It adds a potential failure point in your configuration and I would recommend trying an AMP as a last resort. Antenna size, height, quality cables, and minimizing the number of televisions connected simultaneously are areas I would concentrate on before buying an AMP to improve signal strength. Benchmark your before after results, before committing to use an AMP.

  2. JWLeo

    Before you buy, call their customer support and have them recommend the correct unit for your location and situation. I’m in the middle of nowhere in NW Minnesota, and I still get 30 channels, including ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, PBS. Most of my signals are coming from between 80 and 120 miles away, and are very consistent and clear. Only rarely does weather of any kind effect the signal, and then it never effects all the channels. I credit this to the Juice amplifier. My antenna is mounted on the peak of my attached garage, and is only about 22 feet in the air at the top. Installation was very easy, and you don’t need to be “tech savvy” to do it.

  3. John

    Added many additional channels and also brought current channels signal strengths up significantly. Used in NC mountains about 70-80 miles away from the transmitter site.

  4. Jim924

    Back in May 2017, one local station sold their high power license (1000 kW to 100 kW), so is now a low power station. Per the station engineer, we should have been able to receive the signal. However, before the change, I had no problem; after, no signal at all. The recommendation was to try the Juice preamp. Installation was easy. After relocating the antenna to a more suitable position, the low power station, as well as another that was iffy, came in strong. Not only that but I also received another 15 but they necessitate clear days for reception, as the antenna is not aimed in their direction. All in all, a great solution.

  5. antman

    I recently purchased the ClearStream juice preamp to go with my 10-15 year old Antenna’s Direct DB2 that’s mounted in the attic. I live in San Diego, and socal is a great place for an antenna because all the transmission towers are on mountains. I have my antenna pointed at the Los Angeles transmitter’s that are about 130 miles away and I get the L.A. and S.D. channels, 81 total. Before I got the preamp I had some weak and intermittent signals but the “juice” fixed that problem. I still get an occasional drop out from the L.A. stations, but that’s minimal (maybe 5% of the time). After all they are 130 miles away.

  6. Nell2

    The 2 Max antenna and juice amplifier on my roof got fewer channels and poorer reception;ion than my ClearStream indoor Eclipse. I used to get Channel 9.1 (Syracuse, NY) part of the time and now the channel does not register when I reprogram. I plan to speak to you about this in the near future for suggestions as I am puzzled about this. Remarkably when I reattached the Eclipse, it did not pick up Channel 9 on reprogramming as it had done consistently in the past. My reason for getting the antenna was that it was not highly directional and I had good reception with it from a cottage 60 miles to the north.

  7. shayne

    I installed the Juice preamplifier today. It is exceptional. I live 30 miles from downtown Atlanta, GA which has many broadcasting towers. I am using the clearstream 2V longrange antenna. It did receive all channels that had strong transmitter signals but, it didn’t receive the weaker stations. So, after installing the Juice, I did an auto channel search on my Samsung TV. I was thrilled to get about 30 more stations that had weaker broadcast signals. Most importantly, the Juice has overload protection. So, it want get burned out and overloaded from the TV stations that have much stronger transmitters. Come on and join the bandwagon to cut the cable cord…..thank you antennasdirect

  8. Kevink

    The amp mounted to my Clean Stream 4 Max antenna provided a limited number of additional channels but not as much as I had hoped. When the antenna was first installed a few months ago I was overly impressed by the number of new channels I could receive at my northern Michigan Cabin, but after a few weeks of use, the antenna ceased to pick up the same channels for some reason…nothing at all changed with the setup and install. I decided to purchase the Juice to hopefully improve it back to the level it was originally, however, I still cannot get all the same channels I did by the antenna itself….

  9. GL 71

    I have played with antennas and amplifiers since I bought a 210 pound cathode ray tube 32″ hd RCA television in 2002. No one can tell me “they” have an answer for CONSTANT uninterrupted reception with all broadcasts available in a given geographic area in all weather conditions.I have tried all types of amps, but the Juice is the best I have used! I am in an advantageous location , have always received LA stations but with the Juice I receive, during some weather conditions, San Diego locals! The Juice has a good chance of meeting your needs in receiving problem free ota reception.

  10. Ron99

    I live in an area where the topography is rolling terrain, many trees and signals from significantly different directions and distances. Had no problems with signals from 20+ miles away, but signals coming from towers in a different direction 35-40 miles either were to weak to create any picture, good only during very clear weather or were signals that froze regardless of weather. If the signal was being received at the antenna, this amp cleared all the problems. Still can not receive the Fox stations, but there is no signal at the antenna, so nothing is going to help that problem.

  11. B___

    The original antenna design and review with your company was great and outstanding. The Rep (Benjamin) and I looked up our location on Google Earth, studied the elevation and determined correct antenna, correct antenna height, correct antenna direction all with a money back guarantee. We were able to get 14 channels in to watch news, weather sports, etc..- whole hunting group very excited. The group probably hunted for 20 days or so for the year and this fall (less than 1 year) we have no signal. I do the troubleshooting myself and believe that the Juice has failed already. Hard to believe since this is a passive device (no power applied to it) and another problem is we have to purchase whole Juice Pre-Amplifier system and not just the Juice. We cannot afford to do this every year based on cost and having to take down antenna and put this back on. We did not have an RMA number but mailed the Juice back to your company yesterday so that your lab and engineers can study it to see what happened. The product has a defect or the manufacturing has a problem. This passive device should last 10-20 years normally. We sent it back in hopes you determine the problem and eliminate this from happening to others.
    Thanks

  12. Cable Slasher

    The performance of this amplifier is similar to other high end amplifiers I have used at my house. For me that extra power allows me to pick up a few more channels I wouldn’t otherwise have with just a roof antenna. Typically there is a drawback to these devices in that the need an outdoor power source directly to the amp. This amp is different. You mount it on your antenna and connect it via coxial cables but the power it requires can be placed indoors, next to your television. This makes it a much safer and convenient device.

  13. Mike Schulte

    We purchased the Clearstream 2. It is installed on our roof. Works very well. We are getting 33 channels. I purchase the amplifier, maybe I didn’t need it but it gave us more channels and better reception after installed. Had to call customer service a couple times. I got a real live people each time, thumbs up. Very knowledgeable, friendly and everyone they gave me suggestions it worked just as they said.
    Very satisfied with Clearstream and would suggest it to anyone wanting to get away from satellite or cable.

  14. Colli

    Installed this amplifier to increase signal over a 80′ cable run to the splitter and it WORKED! prior to this amp, we only received 2 of the strongest signals. Once installed, we received all channels that we have access to and it seems to stabilize the channels that we lose during weather events and just living in the woods with no visibility to transmitters.

    If you hook your TV up to the antenna with a 1 foot coax you can see what channels you can get. Once you add a long run 20+ you will lose weak signals. This amp will get them back for you, even with an 80′ run and a splitter.

    Don’t fall for the amps that are installed down stream without power. You need to amplify your signal at the source (antenna) to get the best quality signals possible. That’s just radio engineering 101.

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