Winegard 2-Way Dual TV Antenna Coupler Combiner (CC-7870)
- Brand: Winegard
- P\N: CC7870
- UPC: 615798100285
Works well to combine identical antennas
The tech guys at Solid signal said my location is hopeless for OTA antenna reception. I’m in a valley with the highest point in the county between me and the Atlanta TV Towers. I used this combiner on 2 HDB8X Solid Signal 8-bay antennas. Placed about 5 Ft apart with identical length cables. One is pointed West toward Atlanta, the other NW toward other stations. 3 Ft below this coupler is an RCA pre-amplifier. I receive 55 channels, which includes the local channels I was getting on cable. I’m using solid copper core quad coax cable. Without the RCA Preamplifier I get 4 channels.
Winegard is king
by Jim Navotney
A excellent outdoor combiner
Awesome. Reliable. Strong. Steady. Stable. Great Pricing. What more do you even need?
Well I've had this so long that I couldn't even find my solidsignal receipt in my email archive. That's like 7 years ago. It's held up to extreme nasty temperatures, never hiccuped or had any issues. Would recommend VERY much. Have it hooked up to 2 attic antennas, each about 30' away from the combiner. Signal then goes another 20' to amp, then to a 12-way splitter for runs up to 100' long. All TV's everywhere get 30+ HD channels from 2 distinct metro areas over 50 miles away. Take that Comcast!!!!
Large transformer inside along with two capacitors, a resistor, and a smaller transformer. Combines two antennas with power pass-through to one.
The parts inside are larger than the items inside a typical splitter/combiner and so they probably have better performance. My UHF antenna is separate from the VHF and I had an obsolete 7777 amplifier with two inputs. This combiner with no amplifier gives me adequate signal strength on all UHF and VHF channels.
Works like a charm.
Got one of these couplers and used the Solid Signal Xtreme Signal HDB91x High Definition Blade Xtreme VHF/UHF TV Antenna along with an older antenna. Both antennas were mounted in the attic about 25 feet above ground. I picked up channel 5 in Mobile that is over 71 miles away. I was very impressed with both coupler and antenna.
by video man
Antenna coupler performed perfectly...Solid Signals recommendation wasright on!
The winegard combiner works great.
by ROBO COP
The combiner worked as advertised and I am completely satisfied with it.
Double antenna connection.
Easy to install. Two antennas into one connection worked very well.
A Great Antenna Coupler...
This the best coupler for co-phasing two antennas together I have found and I have tried several..Channel A let you run a preamp thru it.Channel B is passive.I run a UHF antenna with a preamp thru channel A..And a VHF/UHF antenna thruchannel B. With the preamp before the coupler.Works great very little if any signal loss...
Works as Described
Long term reliability is the big concern since it is mounted high atop the mast. So far all is well.