Tv booster

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Tv booster

Postby dralla » 30 Nov 2018, 15:15

Hi,
Here's a newbie question: i found a Recoton 4 way 10db uhf/vhf/fm amplifier in the new house we bought.
Is it possible if i change the input and output jack, to use it as a splitter? or maybe a booster?
I was thinking to use something like this to split my signal on my pedalboard.
It will be great if i can use it since it's free.
Thanks alot!
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Re: Tv booster

Postby tonyharker » 30 Nov 2018, 19:28

Only if your guitar works at 50 MHz or higher!

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Re: Tv booster

Postby dralla » Yesterday, 04:31

Ok great thanks alot!!
I have another question, is it possible to use old computer speaker box, change the input and speaker for 1/4 jack.
Put it in an enclosure and use it as maybe a boost..or kind of preamp..?
Is it worth to try or will i blow something?
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