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Labgear LDA2061LR 6 Way TV Amplifier £23.97 @ Amazon
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Labgear LDA2061LR 6 Way TV Amplifier £23.97 @ Amazon

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Posted 21st Feb

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Probably not much use to most, as you either need one or not, but seems a good price for the 6 way. Here's the blurb....

This fully screened distribution amplifier carries analogue/digital TV and radio, FM/DAB, Freeview, DVB-T and DVB-T2 HD TV signals and has:


  • Separate inputs for VHF (Band III TV, FM and DAB digital radio) and UHF (Freeview, DVB-T and DVB-T2 HD digital TV)
  • Automatic line powering on the UHF input to power a masthead pre-amplifier for fringe reception areas or if you have a long cable run from aerial to amplifier
  • FULL (17dB) output which can either be used for very long cable runs or via a signal splitter to feed up to 8 further points.
  • A built-in Class 3 4G filter providing 45dB interference protection
  • More efficient Switch-Mode Power Supply which runs cooler
  • Improved gain flatness delivering a better balance across the performance range
  • Lower noise figure for optimised signal quality
  • Greater signal handling capacity to cope with more channels
  • Better impedance matching and therefore improved signal transfer from amp to cable
  • Compliant with the Radio Equipment Directive 2014/53/EU* and meets harmonised standard EN 303 354 for product Type D, Class 3
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Seeing this reminded me I have one of these in the loft switched on. 2014 was the last time I watched TV through the aerial. I've just been up there and switched it off.
Cheers OP
Edited by: "HerefordCiderApples" 21st Feb
zcaprd721/02/2020 10:21

Care to work out 6 years of electricity usage?


17.88 GBP based upon 3 watts of usage at 16 pence per kWh.
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What's this for then? Can you make one of those giant screens, with 8 little ones, like they used to have in the 80s? Or it sits in your loft to boost the ariel signal...
Edited by: "zcaprd7" 21st Feb
Seeing this reminded me I have one of these in the loft switched on. 2014 was the last time I watched TV through the aerial. I've just been up there and switched it off.
Cheers OP
Edited by: "HerefordCiderApples" 21st Feb
HerefordCiderApples21/02/2020 09:40

Seeing this reminded me I have one of these in the loft switched on. 2014 …Seeing this reminded me I have one of these in the loft switched on. 2014 was the last time I watched TV through the aerial. I've just been up there and switched it off.Cheers OP


Care to work out 6 years of electricity usage?
zcaprd721/02/2020 10:21

Care to work out 6 years of electricity usage?


17.88 GBP based upon 3 watts of usage at 16 pence per kWh.
zcaprd721/02/2020 09:21

What's this for then? Can you make one of those giant screens, with 8 …What's this for then? Can you make one of those giant screens, with 8 little ones, like they used to have in the 80s? Or it sits in your loft to boost the ariel signal...


Sits in your loft and splits and amplifies the signal to various aerial points around your home. Also the 4g filter built in is good, and necessary to most these days.
Lab gear one at my mums broke after 10 years hard labour. This replacement worked a treat. It's been 23 for a while but it is a good deal. I've seen 2 way ones cost more.
hemelskonijn21/02/2020 10:29

17.88 GBP based upon 3 watts of usage at 16 pence per kWh.


Not totally wasted either, as it goes into warming the house...
Not sure this is sk remote eye compatible
zcaprd721/02/2020 11:20

Not totally wasted either, as it goes into warming the house...


Yes because residual heat rising from this 3 watt device in the attic will heat your roof?
hemelskonijn21/02/2020 12:39

Yes because residual heat rising from this 3 watt device in the attic … Yes because residual heat rising from this 3 watt device in the attic will heat your roof?


Mostly wasted then...
zwarder21/02/2020 11:52

Not sure this is sk remote eye compatible


Amazon Q&A says no.
Seems a good deal? seems the reguar price from a quick glance.
I have fitted about 10 of these, very reliable.
I have a TV point in just about every room in the house and have a 4 way one of these in the loft which then has 2 x Y connectors branched off. I would have been interested in this but now the kids have left home we just watch TV in 2 rooms and the both have sky.

Heat added though as it's not a bad price for a 6 way.
zwarder21/02/2020 11:52

Not sure this is sk remote eye compatible


Not sure Sky is compatible with HUKD but each to their own..
I had a problem with the signal to one of my tvs (with a long cable) and it would not pick up channels including itv even though it was coming from one aerial in the loft. - ie poor signal with one tv attached to the aerial and only one tv being connected to it.

I have installed the 4 way booster and am now getting very good reception. I then tried connecting other tvs in the house and I am now able to run THREE tvs from the same aerial.

For those of us still using aerials to receive tv signals, this is a good purchase
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