Originally Posted by Rockin M
I talked to Travis today at Forest River Technical support about not finding the antenna booster. After a couple of failed suggestions of places to look for the booster we determined that the video switch box, which is mounted under the TV has a built in antenna booster. The switch box has 12vdc running into the back of it. So the theory is that when I switch the box to "antenna" the booster is energized and de-energized when I switch it to another input device. This is the first switch I have ever with power running to it.
That is correct. 12volt input means booster. I have a VCS-10. A word of caution. If you are doing coax work, cutting and adding new ends, unplug the 12volt from the box otherwise, you could short the box, if you cross the stinger and shield on the coax. Of course, you can find replacements on Amazon. The bad thing about these boxes, no indicator of power or booster. You will not know if it is shorted. The TV will just not receive a signal.
Yes, the flat Rayzor from Wineguard is a boosted antenna.
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